Britt, just back from a bipartisan trip to Israel, told host Neil Cavuto that Iranian attacks on U.S. assets in the region were a product of Biden's weakness.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt and multiple other lawmakers are calling on President Joe Biden to reverse course on freeing up $6 billion for Iran.
Several members of Alabama’s delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives weighed in on the warfare that erupted in Israel over the weekend following a terrorist attack near the Gaza Strip.
Pearl argued that given the brutality of the attack, Israel has the right to do what it takes to defend itself and ensure it doesn’t happen again.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi entered the United States for the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York City on Monday.
Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl continued to speak out against President Joe Biden's deal with Iran to swap prisoners and issue a waiver for international banks to transfer $6 billion in frozen Iranian money from South Korea to Qatar without fear of sanctions on 9/11.
Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl criticized the Biden administration this week for a deal made with Iran to swap prisoners and issuing a waiver for international banks to transfer $6 billion in frozen Iranian money from South Korea to Qatar without fear of sanctions.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) joined other Senate colleagues in demanding answers from the Biden administration for the $6 billion it paid in “ransom money” to Iran in exchange for American prisoners.
U.S. Sen. Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) criticized the Biden administration Thursday over reports it had reached a deal with Iran to release five American prisoners in exchange for five Iranian prisoners and $6 billion.
On Wednesday, Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl took to social media to blast President Joe Biden's handling of Iran.
Auburn head basketball coach Bruce Pearl took to Twitter to thank a group of U.S. Senators for penning a letter to President Joe Biden urging him to "strengthen efforts to deter" the Iranian nuclear program.
A Madison County man faces up to 40 years in prison after being arrested in connection to an illegal scheme to export goods from the United States to Iran.