Trump on Russia: Time to move onPresident-elect reacts to Obama’s new sanctions against Russia, says the U.S. needs to “move on to bigger and better things”.
Washington blacklists alleged ISIS backerTreasury announces sanctions against money exchanges in Iraq and Syria and an individual financier accused of funneling cash to ISIS.
Iran's foreign minister: Sanctions won't break usIranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says it's in the interest of the United States to remain committed to the nuclear deal.
Rouhani to Obama: Don't sign extension of sanctionsIran's President demands that Obama not sign an extension of sanctions on his country, says he is "obliged" to let sanctions expire.
Iran threatens to resume its nuclear activitiesIran's parliament threatens to approve resumption of nuclear activities, in response to the United States extending its sanctions on Iran.
Trump reportedly mulling non-nuclear sanctions on IranTrump’s transition team reportedly examining options for imposing sanctions on Iran that would not technically breach the nuclear deal.
North Korea threatens 'countermeasures' following UN sanctionsNorth Korea warns it will take "tougher countermeasures for self-defense" following new UNSC sanctions on the country.
Senate unanimously votes to extend Iran sanctionsUS Senate votes 99-0 to extend the Iran Sanctions Act by 10 years.
UN imposes toughest sanctions yet on North KoreaSecurity Council places a cap on North Korea's coal exports, in response to its ongoing nuclear tests.
Security Council to vote new North Korea sanctionsUN Security Council to vote on Wednesday to impose new sanctions on North Korea.
Iran angry after U.S. House extends sanctionsSenior Iranian officials threaten Washington after House passes bill renewing the sanctions on the Islamic Republic for 10 years.
House extends Iran sanctions for 10 yearsHouse of Representatives reauthorizes the Iran Sanctions Act for a period of 10 years.
Washington sanctions financiers of HezbollahTreasury Department imposes sanctions on four people and a firm believed to be financiers of Lebanon-based terrorist group.
Western countries considering sanctions over Aleppo bombingUnited States, Britain and Western allies considering imposing sanctions against economic targets in Syria and Russia.
United States announces more sanctions on AssadTreasury announces fresh sanctions targeting the arms and financial networks of the Syrian President's government.
14 Democratic senators call for Iran sanctions extensionOn the anniversary of the Iran nuclear deal, Democratic senators call for extension of the existing sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Republicans to introduce measures against Iran dealAmerican lawmakers to consider three Republican-backed measures targeting nuclear agreement with Iran.
North Korea threatens to respond to American sanctions on KimNorth Korea warns it plans a tough response after the United States blacklisted its leader, Kim Jong Un, over human rights abuses.
United States imposes sanctions on North Korean dictatorFor the first time, the United States sanctions Kim Jong Un for human rights abuses.
Hezbollah is broke thanks to US sanctions, says officialTreasury official tells Congress that sanctions have led to Hezbollah being in “its worst financial shape in decades.”
Western powers encourage banks to do business with IranUnited States and European partners appeal for European banks and businesses to invest in Iran following nuclear deal.
Treasury secretary: Make clear some Iran sanctions are liftedJacob Lew says United States is obliged to make clear certain sanctions no longer apply to non-American banks when dealing with Iran.
Kerry and Zarif to discuss nuclear deal implementationSecretary of State will meet Iran's Foreign Minister amid Iranian complaints that it is not getting the sanctions relief it deserves.
GOP bill seeks to block easing of financial restrictions on IranMarco Rubio and Mark Kirk's legislation would bar easing the rules on using American dollars in trade transactions with Iran.
United States designates Paris suspect as 'global terrorist'Obama administration imposes sanctions on Salah Abdeslam, the sole surviving suspect of last November’s Paris attacks.
Cong. Meng demands answers on financial relief for IranU.S. Rep. Grace Meng asks Kerry to clarify whether reports that Iran will be allowed to use American dollars are true.
Obama considering easing financial restrictions on IranRepublicans outraged following reports that Obama is considering allowing dollars to be used in transactions with Iran.
Republican senators unveil stricter sanctions on IranNew legislation would require stricter sanctions on every sector of Iran's economy that supports its ballistic missile program.
Obama imposes fresh sanctions on North KoreaObama administration imposes sanctions on broad sectors of the North Korean economy following its nuclear tests.
EU could sanction Iran over ballistic missile testsFrance's Foreign Minister warns Iran it could face European sanctions over its recent launch of ballistic missiles.
Israel eases sanctions on Gazan ArabsCOGAT Major General Yoav Mordechai confirms Israel is providing more exit permits to Gazan residents wishing to travel abroad.
House Speaker vows to continue to push for Iran sanctionsPaul Ryan says American lawmakers would continue to press for new sanctions against Iran until it stops its provocations.
UN imposes toughest sanctions to date on North KoreaSecurity Council adopts tough new sanctions following North Korea nuclear test and rocket launch.
UN resolution would require inspections on North Korean cargoUnited States drafts new UN resolution that would impose stricter sanctions on the North Korean regime.
Obama signs new North Korea sanctions into lawObama approves new sanctions on North Korea passed overwhelmingly by Congress earlier this month.
Gazan with ties to ISIS sanctioned by United States TreasuryTreasury blacklists three people for working for ISIS, including Palestinian accused of trying to establish a foothold for ISIS in Gaza.
Senate unanimously approves new North Korea sanctionsSenate approves tougher sanctions on North Korea over its nuclear program, human rights record and cyber activities.
United States blacklists Hezbollah's 'money launderers'United States Treasury adds two Lebanese men to its sanctions blacklist for laundering money for Hezbollah.
UN removes Iranian bank from sanctions listSecurity Council cancels sanctions that were imposed on Iranian bank Sepah in 2007.
Rouhani: Only the 'Zionists' are against the nuclear dealIran’s President hails the lifting of the sanctions on his country, lashes out at opponents of the deal - including Israel.
Obama glows as Iran nuclear sanctions are liftedObama says 'this is a good day' as sanctions drop on Iran, same day US imposes new sanctions on Iranian missile program.
Clinton: Sanction Iran over ballistic missile testsDemocratic presidential candidate calls for sanctions on Iran over its testing of ballistic missiles in violation of UN resolutions.
Netanyahu: We will warn of any Iranian violations of dealAs sanctions on Iran are lifted, PM Netanyahu warns the Islamic Republic is still seeking nuclear weapons.
White House: We're not yet ready to lift sanctions on IranWhite House says Iran's compliance with the nuclear deal has not yet been verified.
House approves greater oversight of Iran dealRepublican-backed legislation would give Congress greater oversight of Iran deal. White House threatens veto.
House votes in favor of sanctions on North KoreaLegislation that would broaden sanctions over North Korea's nuclear program passes by a 418-2 vote.
United States blacklists Hezbollah financierUnited States Treasury names Ali Youssef Charara and his telecommunications company to its sanctions blacklist.
Lawmakers to Obama: Impose sanctions on IranA group of lawmakers demand action against Iran in response to its ballistic missile tests.
State Department discussing Iran sanctions over missile testState Department in discussions with other agencies on imposing sanctions against Iran for an October 10 ballistic missile test.
One day later: Obama backs off new Iran sanctionsWhite House delays plan to impose new financial sanctions on Iran for its ballistic missile program, a day after announcing them.
Obama planning new sanctions over Iran's ballistic missilesOfficials say Obama administration is preparing new sanctions on companies and individuals over Iran's ballistic missile program.
House approves Hezbollah sanctions billBy a 425-0, lawmakers approve sanctions on banks found to be knowingly handling transactions with Hezbollah.
Republican senators to Obama: Don't lift Iran sanctions36 senators urge Obama not to lift the sanctions on Iran following its ballistic missile tests.
American lawmakers seek state sanctions against IranBipartisan group of lawmakers introduce legislation that would endorse continued sanctions by state and local governments against Iran.
Upping the ante: Putin sanctions TurkeyIn further escalation following downing of plane, Russia launches economic sanction package, banning organizations, imports, and workers.
US lifts sanctions on Italian firm helping Iran cheatGreen light for Italian company that helped Tehran cheat nuclear sanctions; move before implementation day 'shows sanctions regime is dead.'
French Bank Fined for Violating American Sanctions on IranCredit Agricole to pay a $787 million fine over charges it violated American sanctions on Iran and other countries.