After being heavily criticized on social media for campaigning on women's rights but not furthering them when in power, President Hassan Rohani changes his proposed cabinet
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will remain in his position
Iranian president says that 'those who want to tear up the nuclear deal should know that they will be ripping up their own political life'
The sanctions, which were passed in response to Tehran's missile development program and human rights abuses, are likely to embolden President Ronahi's critics
'Do not look at the bluster of this guy who has just come [to office as president] in America,' Iran's supreme leader says
Iran's newly reelected president tells Qatari ruler Muslim world should take steps 'toward peace and brotherhood'
Hezbollah Congratulates Iran's Rohani: Vote Shows Greatness of Islamic Rule in Area Ruled by Dictators
U.S. takes harsher tone, calling on Iran to cut ties to terror groups as Saudis urge Iran to stop ballistic missile tests
Iran election: Voting extended by two hours ■ Man self immolates outside Iranian embassy in Bangkok ■ Economy, not security, will decide Rohani's fate
In the close race, citizens have a choice between the current president and pragmatist Hassan Rohani and the hardline challenger Ebrahim Raisi
Analysis Iran Elections: Struggling Economy, Not Security or Foreign Policy, Will Determine Rohani's Fate
Voters in Iran face rising unemployment, high costs of living and inflation. Now they must decide if they want their next president to be a supreme leader-in-training, or a leader who wants a second chance