A member of an influential Iranian council says Tehran should end its commitments to the 2015 nuclear deal. The comments point to a shift by the country’s leadership to pressure western powers under a threat to fully withdraw from the deal.
Iran’s Ayatollah regime is facing a tightening oil embargo by the U.S., although several waivers still allow the country to sell some of its energy products. One America’s Kristian Rouz looks into the matter.
As President Trump puts maximum pressure on the Iranian regime, his allies on Capitol Hill met with representatives from the Iranian resistance. One America’s John Hines spoke to some of the those allies on Capitol Hill and has more.
Iran offered contradictory statements about a former FBI agent, who mysteriously disappeared in the country nearly a decade ago. One America’s Mary Holman has the latest.
A new report shows internet freedom has declined for users here in the U.S. and across the globe for yet another year. According to the democracy and human rights research group Freedom House, internet users around the world are experiencing less freedoms online as several governments increasingly use social media to monitor their people and spread disinformation.
The Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff is saying less than one thousand U.S. troops will remain in Syria to keep the pressure on ISIS. During a Sunday interview, General Mark Milley estimated about 500 to 600 troops are expected to stay in Syria, but did not confirm any other specifics.
President Trump spoke with One America News about what to watch for next regarding Iran. He made those remarks before departing for Kentucky on Monday. One America’s Emerald Robinson has more from the White House.
House Republicans are moving to dismantle the last remaining portions of the controversial Iran nuclear deal. Congresswoman Liz Cheney will reportedly introduce legislation that would revoke sanctions waivers given to Ira’ by the Trump administration.
Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is urging Iran to draw back its nuclear activities. While speaking in Budapest Monday, Maas said the Ayatollah regime must go back to complying with the 2015 nuclear deal and engage in talks with world powers to resolve disagreements.