James Cartwright was questioned over malicious computer software program 'Stuxnet,' designed to disrupt Iran's nuclear program and allegedly co-developed by Israel.
Trump’s pandering call-out to the 'dumbest' Iran deal was more cement in Netanyahu’s strategic alliance with the Republican candidate, American Jews be damned.
'Small technical mistakes, small failures in implementation can become big political issues that could have a large negative influence on the agreement,' says IAEA head.
The liberal Middle East policy group spent over $5 million last year in a successful bid to keep U.S. Congress from killing the nuclear agreement with Tehran.
U.S. and allies worry that the Islamic republic's ambition to put satellites into orbit could be used to develop long-range missiles, which Tehran insists is not the case.
U.S. responds saying Iran is disappointed by international caution about doing business with Tehran.
Addressing the UN General Assembly, Iranian president also blames world powers for spread of terrorism.
The State Department welcomed Khartoum’s cooperation in fighting Islamic extremist groups.
The Iranian military displays long-range missiles, tanks and Russian-supplied S-300 surface-to-air missile defense system at a parade in Tehran.
Gen Mohammad Hossein Bagheri, chief of staff of Iran's armed forces, offered remarks during annual military parade marking anniversary of 1980 Iran-Iraq war.