The Trump administration’s maximum pressure campaign against Iran's regime has led to plummeting oil exports and skyrocketing inflation.
The Trump administration is strengthening U.S. authority to target terrorist networks and their financial supporters around the world.
Increasing pressure on Iran's leaders, the U.S. is offering a $15 million reward for information that helps disrupt the regime's terrorist financing.
Arms embargoes against Iran expire in late 2020, allowing the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism to buy tanks, missiles and other weapons.
The Trump administration's latest sanctions bar business with the former Maduro regime while providing safeguards for humanitarian aid to Venezuela.
New U.S. sanctions target Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, for profiting from the regime's malign activities and bribing foreign officials.
Associates of Nicolás Maduro used a subsidized-food program for personal enrichment, to reward political supporters and punish opponents.
The latest application of U.S. sanctions shows the Trump administration's intent to enforce restrictions against Iran's regime.
Learn the truth about U.S. sanctions on the Iranian regime. Food, medicine, and humanitarian aid do not fall under U.S. sanctions.