Latest "hezbollah" stories
The Senate voted down a resolution to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria amid dozens of attacks from Iran-backed proxies in the war-torn country.
A woman who worked as a contract linguist for the U.S. military in Iraq pleaded guilty Friday to sharing classified information with a romantic interest linked to the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah.
A federal judge has issued a ruling for Iran to pay damages to a handful of victims of the 1996 Khobar Towers bombing and their families.
By Todd South
Mariam Taha Thompson, a linguist with the Defense Department, allegedly delivered classified information to a co-conspirator who has “apparent connections” to Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shiite group designated a foreign terrorist organization. Thompson held a Top Secret clearance at the time of her arrest, where she was attached to a special operations unit in Iraq.
By Dylan Gresik