Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is a rising star in the Middle East, but his hands are tied.
The spontaneous protests across Iran have taken traditional opposition by surprise.
Men held for 444 days in Tehran see President Trump as the man to give them what they want: Recognition and compensation.
More than 20 people died in a week of protests in Iran, and Moscow's support for the regime's "nefarious designs" is a problem, the White House's top security adviser said.
Iran has blamed domestic unrest on foreign interference ever since the CIA helped foment a coup in 1953.
French President Emmanuel Macron said the U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia have been trying to revive the “Axis of Evil” in their stance toward Iran.
At least 21 people have been killed in the protests, the largest in Iran since 2009.
President Donald Trump seemed to suggest that the U.S. might intervene to back protesters in Iran, only to delete his tweet less than a minute later.
Moscow is rushing to the defense of its ally, suggesting that the unrest in Iran is no worse than clashes in the U.S. in recent years.
In 1953, the CIA backed a coup against democratically elected Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh, restoring absolute power to the Shah.
In 2017, Trump was sued on First Amendment grounds over blocking his critics online.
Iranian officials accused the U.S. of once again meddling in their internal affairs and offered to help Trump address his own hunger problem.
Tens of thousands of demonstrators challenged those protesting Iran's government, which told Trump to stay out of its affairs.
In Kermanshah, where the largest demonstrations took place, protesters shouted slogans against the Iranian leader Ayatollah Khamenei.
Deadlines around the deal in January will put Trump in the position to reevaluate the agreement.
Syria, Iran and Hezbollah's so-called axis of resistance may have found itself new Palestinian and Iraqi partners opposed to Israel and the U.S.
Saudi Arabia’s former intelligence chief, Prince Turki al-Faisal, said the country would not give up its “sovereign” right to a civilian nuclear program.
The animated video, titled “Saudi Strike Force,” has been played nearly a million times on YouTube.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said the attack on the Saudi capital bore “all the hallmarks" of an attack by Iran.
The report spotlighted the "rogue regime" of North Korea and "evil dictatorship" of Iran while criticizing Russian and Chinese initiatives to develop "advanced weapons and capabilities that could threaten our critical infrastructure."
Ambassador Ron Prosor says Israel and Saudi Arabia are becoming closer over their opposition to Iran.
Will U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley, like former Secretary of State Colin Powell, regret her presentation on the alleged threat posed by Iran?