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Robert Levinson Family: Despite Iran Pledge, No New Info on Missing Ex-FBI Agent
Ahead of the ninth anniversary of her husband’s mysterious disappearance in Iran, the wife of former FBI agent Robert Levinson said the Islamic Republic’s promises to help find him have yet to reveal any new information in the case, much less bring the 67-year-old grandfather back to his family.
Hard-Liners in Iran Release Video Showing Detained American
Iran hard-liners release video of detained Iranian-American businessman, seen for first time since arrest a year ago
Family: The 'Inhumane' Conditions Amir Hekmati Survived in Iranian Prison
When ex-Marine Amir Hekmati addressed reporters Tuesday for the first time after being released from an Iranian prison, he said that he stayed strong through "very inhumane and unjust" "pressures" in detention because he “didn’t want to let any of my fellow Marines down.” The happy and
White House: Missing Ex-FBI Agent Robert Levinson Not in Iran
The White House has “reason to believe” that missing former FBI agent Robert Levinson is “no longer in Iran,” and has apparently has thought so for years. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest made the comment today, alleging that the administration had mentioned that belief “several years ago.”
Americans Held Prisoner in Iran on Their Way Home
The families speak out as President Obama suggests this may be the beginning of better U.S. relations with Iran.
Extreme Cold Grips the Midwest
A blast of dangerously cold temperatures in the Midwest threatens residents who are battling the blistering weather.
Levinson Family: We Feel 'Betrayed' By White House
The family of former FBI agent Robert Levinson , who disappeared while on assignment for the U.S. government in Iran in 2007, said they feel “devastated” and “betrayed” by the Obama White House – not just because Levinson was not included in the Iranian prisoner swap that freed several other
President Obama Says US Seeing Results of Diplomacy With Iran
The implementation of the Iranian nuclear deal and five Americans freed by Tehran in a prisoner swap are reasons for optimism, President Obama said Sunday during a rare weekend address, showing the fruits of diplomacy with a still-hostile adversary of the United States. "This is a good day," the
Iran Frees Five Americans in Prisoner Swap
Washington Post reporter Jason Razaian among those released after secret negotiations between Washington, D.C. and Tehran.