Freed Washington Post reporter thanks KerryJason Rezaian, released from an Iranian prison after 18 months, makes his first public appearance.
Congressional report: Bergdahl swap was 'illegal'New congressional report says prisoner swap for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl may have violated several laws.
Washington Post: Detained reporter is in dangerWashington Post warns that Jason Rezaian, who is detained in Iran, is in “immediate danger” as his health deteriorates.
Post reporter sentenced to prison in IranIranian court sentences Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian to a prison term. No further details provided.
Iran Reaches Verdict in Case of Post ReporterIran says a verdict has been reached in the case of Jason Rezaian. No further details available.
Iran Jails More 'Israeli Spies'Iran has sentenced two people to ten years in prison each for spying for the U.S. and Israel, with a third likely to be sentenced this week.
Iran: No Plans to Swap Post Reporter for PrisonersIranian diplomat says Tehran has no plans to swap Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian for prisoners held in the United States.
Verdict for Reporter Held in Iran Next WeekWashington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, who is charged with espionage, could receive his verdict as early as next week.
Monday: Final Hearing for US Reporter Held in IranWashington Post reporter Jason Rezaian has been accused of 'espionage' by Iranian government; paper files complaint with UN.
Wapo Op-ed Written by Al Qaeda-Aligned JihadistsWashington Post controversially gives a platform to jihadist group Ahrar al-Sham to condemn America and call itself 'moderate.'
Bennett: Annex Area C, Or 'Agree to Disagree'In a wide-ranging Washington Post interview , Education Minister Naftali Bennett presented his views on the future of Judea and Samaria.
Trial Against WaPo Reporter Begins in IranJason Rezaian has been detained for nine months over 'spying' charges; proceedings begin behind closed doors.
Iran Charges Post Reporter with 'Espionage'Jason Rezaian, detained in Iran for over eight months, accused of "espionage" and "acting against national security".
Ya'alon: No Iran Deal is Better Than What We GotIn an interview with the Washington Post, Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon argues West could have done much better on the Iran deal.
U.S. Support for Two States Lowest in 20 YearsA new poll finds that support for a “two-state solution” is less popular in the United States than it has been in at least two decades.
Washington Post: PM Arguments 'Deserve a Response'Even if, as in President Obama's words, there was nothing “new” about the Prime Minister's Iran views, they still deserve to be considered.
Washington Post Journalist Indicted in IranWashington Post journalist Jason Rezaian, detained in Iran for months, has been indicted over unknown charges.
NSA Able to Record '100%' of Others' Phone CallsSources reveal that the NSA has built a system capable of recording “100 percent” of a foreign country’s telephone calls.
Video Shows Nabbing of Libyan TerroristWashington Post presents video which purportedly shows commandos capturing Al-Qaeda operative Anas al-Libi.
Washington Post Critical of Iran-West DealThe deal with Iran "makes several major concessions to Tehran," warns the Washington Post.
John Kerry a 'Self-Deceiving Bumbler'?In contrast to NYT attacks, Washington Post says critics of US position highlight 'troubling points' which must be addressed.
Turkey's FM: We Didn't Expose Israeli SpiesAhmet Davutoglu says a report that his country deliberately exposed Israeli spies in Iran is "just a smear campaign."
Bennett: We won't Allow 'Maniacal' Iran with NukesRegarding Palestinian state, Bennett tells Washington Post: “Should I commit suicide in order to appease everyone?”
Lapid: ‘Talk Until the White Smoke Comes Out’Yair Lapid shares his views on Israel-PA talks, settlements, and his friendship with Naftali Bennett.
Washington Post: Time to Thank NetanyahuU.S. paper says those who prefer diplomacy over war on Iran should thank Netanyahu for his ‘red line’ speech.
US Target of Cyber Espionage CampaignThe report identifies China as most aggressively seeking to penetrate the computer systems of US businesses and institutions.
Iran, Hizbullah Building Militia Network in SyriaIran and Hizbullah are building a network of militias inside Syria to preserve their interests in the event that Assad falls.
Washington Post Rejects Indian Call For ApologyThe Indian PMO wants the Washington Post to apologize for a damning article on Singh's ineffectiveness.
U.S. Confident in Egypt's New Defense MinisterU.S. surprised by Morsi’s sacking of the leadership of the country's defense establishment but confident in the new defense minister.
Iranian Hate ‘Worst since Nazi Germany’Award-winning columnist denounces Iranian anti-Semitism in Washington Post article.
Editors Against ObamaPres. Obama’s new positions regarding Israel and the Pal. Authority have earned strong criticism by leading analysts and opinion-formulators.
Wash Post's Anti-Abbas EditorialWashington Post editorial says the recent US veto might have one positive effect: A reevaluation of “weak and intransigent” Mahmoud Abbas.