The new administration is currently in a stand-off with Tehran as to who should take the first steps back to compliance with the 2015 accord.
Greene was stripped of her committee assignments by a House vote on Thursday amid outrage over past conspiracy-theory laden remarks.
The president has promised to re-evaluate ties with the Saudi royal family, ending tacit U.S. backing for the war and the kingdom's human rights abuses.
Noor bin Laden, niece of the late al-Qaida leader, has remained loyal to Trump despite his failures at the ballot box and in court.
The senator is facing calls to resign for allegedly inciting the far-right mob that stormed the Capitol in January.
The Russian president is facing international pressure to release the anti-corruption and pro-democracy campaigner who survived an assassination attempt in August.
A report by non-profit Freedom House has accused Tehran of a "full spectrum of transnational repression tactics" against dissidents abroad.
The anti-corruption campaigner was jailed on Wednesday after returning to Russia voluntarily following an FSB assassination attempt.
President Joe Biden is under pressure from Moscow, Beijing and Tehran to come back to the accord as quickly as possible.
The party is split over how to deal with the conservative Georgia lawmaker, whose belief in a range of offensive conspiracy theories has prompted bipartisan outrage.
Allied nations will mostly be relieved that an unstable isolationist is no longer in the White House, but the new president's election alone won't solve long-standing challenges.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said Monday that the new administration's chance to revive the JCPOA "is not unlimited."
The Navy released a video of the Su-24 bomber buzzing the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea on Sunday.
Israeli military chief Aviv Kohavi said this month he had ordered "operational plans" in case the country decides to attack Iran.
China wields great influence in Myanmar and Foreign Minister Wang Yi met with the country's commander in chief when he visited Myanmar earlier this month.
The far-right congresswoman has backed debunked conspiracy theories around the 2001 attacks among a host of other fringe beliefs.
The military seized control early on Monday and announced a year-long state of emergency, accusing the civilian leadership of electoral fraud in the November election.
The president is still trying to win Republican backing for his proposed $1.9 trillion relief bill but said Friday the legislation must pass "no ifs, ands or buts."
Major Corey Britt decided to take the 3-year-old girl to hospital after she suffered second-degree burns on her lower body on Christmas Eve.
The Scottish-born 34 year-old's manager described her as "a pioneer of a new sound" and "icon of liberation."
One of those charged was filmed smashing his way into the Capitol using a Capitol Police riot shield.
Sequim Mayor William Armacost has repeatedly refused to denounce the conspiracy theory, believers in which were among those who stormed the U.S. Capitol earlier this month.
The U.S. and Iran are waiting for the other to make the first move towards reviving the 2015 JCPOA, from which former President Donald Trump withdrew in 2018.
Several accounts with large followings tied GameStop saga to anti-Semitic and electoral fraud conspiracy theories.
Sen. Josh Hawley has been broadly criticized for opposing the certification of November's election results and inciting the storming of the Capitol building by a pro-Trump mob.
The White House is pushing Iran to return to compliance with the nuclear deal before it lifts sanctions, but Tehran wants Joe Biden to make the first move.
Biden has vowed to hold Riyadh to account for its human rights abuses, ending Trump's near-unquestioning support for the conservative royal family.
"This is no longer about a party of limited government, this is about something much more nefarious," Ocasio-Cortez said.
Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said there remained "a rather large number of serious disagreements" between the two leaders.
Both Washington and Tehran are waiting for the other to make the first move, while Israel and other American allies seek to undermine the JCPOA.