The U.S. sanctions returning on November 5 target an Iranian government that uses its money to fund terror rather than support its people.
Iran may soon return to a blacklist of countries banned from engaging in the international finance system for failure to comply with anti-terrorism norms.
Iranians are running out of water in cities, towns and farms all across the country due to badly managed water resource policies and government corruption.
The United States and Morocco are spearheading a new initiative to help countries identify and stop terrorists by stopping terrorist travel.
New U.S. sanctions against Iranian companies supporting the Basij force that uses child soldiers serve as a warning to international businesses.
A foundation of Iranian businesses funnels money to a paramilitary group that trains child soldiers to fight in Syria and elsewhere.
The malign behavior of the Iranian regime victimizes the people of Iran and countries throughout the world where it supports war and terrorism.
U.S. sanctions suspended under the Iran nuclear deal return November 4. President Trump promises "severe consequences" for countries who fail to comply.
Senior U.S. officials spoke to Iranian Americans about the Iranian government's human rights abuses at a discussion during the U.N. General Assembly.