Ramez Alghazzouli and Asmaa Khadem Al Arbaiin say they believe this site's coverage helped put pressure on the State Department.
Iran announced it has begun using advanced centrifuges to enrich uranium.
Roughly 7,000 Syrians will retain legal status in the U.S. for another 18 months.
The State Department said Washington would "respond quickly and appropriately" if Assad was found to have launched a chemical weapon attack.
One word -- solidarity -- links Brace Belden's disparate activities.
Human rights groups tallied more than 1,600 civilian deaths caused by U.S.-led forces in Raqqa, Syria.
The figure is hundreds more than the number the U.S.-led coalition claims over the entire four-year campaign against IS, the groups said.
John Moore's haunting photo was among the dozens of winning images that show the power of photojournalism.
“I wake up in the morning and I’m just ready to serve the country ... and yet they tell me, 'Your wife is not allowed to come here,'” said the federal employee.
These snaps include an interesting Cara Delevingne sculpture, Mozambique recovery and a boot-licking artist.
Recognition of the disputed land would mark a dramatic shift in U.S. policy and boost Benjamin Netanyahu's re-election bid.
This week marks the eighth anniversary of the Syrian war’s start.
The senator reportedly called the president's pullout plan the "dumbest f**king idea" he'd ever heard. Now he's giving Trump props for a small backpedal.
The secretary of state said Hoda Muthana doesn't have any legal basis to come back to the U.S. from Syria.
Hoda Muthana, who married three ISIS fighters, left the U.S. for Syria to join the terror group when she was 19.
Joseph Votel, head of U.S. Central Command, said ISIS is still functioning and needs "our continued military pressure."
The congresswoman and Democratic presidential contender was engaged in a tense discussion on "Morning Joe."
A big, bipartisan majority voiced opposition to a "precipitous" military drawdown in Syria and Afghanistan. Democratic presidential contenders sided with Trump.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government is liable for $302.5 million in damages, a judge ruled.
Most Senate Democrats likely to or already declared as running for president in 2020 opposed the move.