President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who is scheduled to make a speech at the UN on Wednesday, is expected to stay for the second straight year at the posh Warwick New York Hotel.
Missed in all the controversy over Romney’s 47% don’t pay taxes remark is Romney’s callous and downright dangerous remarks that a crisis sparked by Iran would be good for his election prospects.
World leaders will be converging on Manhattan’s East Side next week for the United Nations General Assembly and the NYPD says it’s ready.
The victim of what a court said was Iranian terrorism wants that country’s leader to pay up, at least in part.
The relationship between President Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu has often been frigid, but they may now have entered sub-zero territory.
The magistrate’s recommendation is largely symbolic since it would be nearly impossible to collect any damages.
It turns out Romney either lied to the American public or filed an incomplete and incompetent IRS return in 2010. W. Mitt Romney is hiding the document that reveals more information about the money he is hiding in financial institutions favored by despots, terrorists, drug dealers, money launderers and tax cheats.
Iran’s proxy terror group, Hezbollah, has set up an outpost in New York City. That was just one element of stunning testimony by the NYPD’s intelligence guru, who also disclosed new attempts by the Iranians to develop potential terror targets.
The drugs were allegedly hidden in chocolate boxes and rolled up in Persian rugs before being driven to Hamburg, Germany and shipped to New York, Los Angeles and Washington D.C.
They may not agree on much, but one thing that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told President Barack Obama had a certain ring of truth: Israel and the United States are both enemies of Iran.
The United States and Israel are engaged in high stakes diplomacy over what to do about the nuclear threat from Iran. The allies disagree about whether to, when to, and who should bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities.
At $3.53 a gallon, prices are already up 25 cents since Jan. 1. And experts say they could reach a record $4.25 a gallon by late April.
New York City officials are on the alert for what they are calling an “off the shelf” terror attack by Iran, a plot the nation’s spies may have already developed for use when the timing is right. The fear is Iran may think the right time is now.
“Any invasion of Iran would be a repeat of what happened in Iraq,” said protester Corrine Willinger.
The NYPD says that security has been increased at the Israeli consulate, synagogues and other Jewish cultural institutions throughout the city.