Former U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton was not the only target by an Iranian being sought by the Department of Justice for multiple charges.
In a video, the country detailed its purported capability to quickly "turn Iran's peaceful nuclear program into a nuclear weapons program in an instant."
"The only thing worse than the Iran that exists now is Iran with nuclear weapons," the president said in an interview that aired Wednesday.
Here is what happens when a country cedes control of its foreign policy.
After promising to treat Saudi Arabia like a "pariah state" during the 2020 presidential campaign, it looks like President Biden has been brought to heel, just like virtually all of his predecessors, by America's unending thirst for cheap oil.
"This, of course, poses a serious challenge to our ability to continue working there," said the International Atomic Energy Agency's director-general.
Iran should not be offered the opportunity to press for additional concessions from America and the West—and the Biden administration should stop begging.
The simulation, dubbed "Chariots of Fire," is reportedly the largest military drill in Israel's history.
On Tuesday, Secretary of State Antony Blinken testified that Iran has accelerated its nuclear program from a year to a couple weeks.
"We must not be shortsighted in the use of sanctions relief to mitigate our present energy challenges," Manchin wrote.
We must embrace Israel as the linchpin of peace in the Middle East.
Both the GOP and Israel's prime minister slammed Biden's proposal to restart the deal, which could happen as soon as this week.
Senators opposed to the not-yet-announced deal state that it is expected to lessen sanctions in exchange for only minor limitations to Iran's nuclear program.
The Biden administration must not skirt the law.
The Biden administration is on the verge of announcing a new nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The International Atomic Energy Agency said Iran has increased its uranium stock by 15.5 kilograms since November.
"That act is called cannibalism, because you're literally robbing a part from one airplane putting in another one to make it work," an expert told Newsweek.