Iranian President Hassan Rouhani accused the United States on Tuesday of trying to overthrow his government, rejecting bilateral talks after President Donald Trump denounced Iran's leaders and predicted stepped-up U.S. sanctions would get Tehran to negotiate over its nuclear program.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
Officials said the group will be headed by Brian Hook, who is currently the State Department's director of policy planning.
By Amir Vahdat, Mehdi Fattahi, Associated Press
From deciphering President Donald Trump's tweets on Iran — including one demanding "WORLD PEACE" — to trying to figure out how much their cratering currency is worth, Iranians appear divided on how to respond.
By Nick Schifrin, Larisa Epatko
National Security Adviser John Bolton on Monday criticized North Korea’s denuclearization efforts, saying leader Kim Jong Un was not living up to the commitment he made to President Donald Trump at their June meeting in Singapore. Bolton talks with Nick…
By Josh Lederman, Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The Treasury Department license, issued in February 2016 and never disclosed, would have allowed Iran to convert $5.7 billion it held at Oman's Bank of Muscat from Omani rials into euros by exchanging them first into dollars.
By Lorne Cook, Raf Casert, Associated Press
Major European powers sought Tuesday to keep Iran in a landmark international nuclear agreement after President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the pact and promised tough economic sanctions against Tehran.
President Trump's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal was cheered in some quarters, and jeered in many others -- nowhere more so than in Iran, where many saw his move as the final straw. Special correspondent Reza Sayah reports.
Iranian lawmakers expressed outright fury over the U.S. decision to walk away from the 2015 nuclear agreement. Iran's supreme leader was no more measured, lashing out at President Trump and accusing him of lying. William Brangham gets analysis on what’s…
By Nasser Karimi, Amir Vahdat, Associated Press
The government backlash reflected broad public anger in Iran over Trump's decision, which threatens to destroy the landmark agreement.
From nuclear deal to no deal, President Trump on Tuesday made good on his vow to get out of the 2015 agreement with Iran -- his predecessor’s signature foreign policy achievement. Nick Schifrin looks back at Trump’s determination to derail…
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