Iran: 80,000 Missiles Pointed at Tel AvivAccording to a top Iranian advisor, Tehran has “tens of thousands” of missiles pointed at Israel, and will not hesitate to use them.
China: US is Wrong, N. Korea Has a Nuclear ArsenalConcerned Chinese allies of N. Korea tells US it has 20 nukes - 40 by next year - as it continues to share technology with Iran.
Iran to West: No Nukes for Us, or For YouAn Iranian official at the UN is demanding a timetable for the world's nuclear powers to disarm.
Kerry: We're There for Our Mideast AlliesThe United States will not allow Tehran to run amok and do as it pleases in the Middle East, said Secretary of State John Kerry.
Concern Over Iran Sanctions After Menendez ChargedWhatever the fate of New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez, the charges he faces could stymie attempts to impose new sanctions on Iran.
Senate Majority Leader: We're by Israel's SideSenate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, on a visit to Israel, said that both the Senate and the House backed Israel on the Iran issue.
Iran Blows Up Mock US Aircraft Carrier in ExerciseIranian forces conducting military exercises in the Strait of Hormuz, blew up a mock US aircraft carrier.
Iran Lobby Spends $200K on anti-Netanyahu NYT AdMost Americans have heard of the 'Israel Lobby,' but few realize that there is an Iranian Lobby in Washington - and it has a lot of money.
Khamenei: Iran Shall Have its Sanctions RevengeOne day, Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said, the tables will be turned - and Iran will be imposing sanctions.
'The Iranians Don't Believe Obama's Threats'Former US Ambassador to the UN John Bolton speaks with Arutz Sheva on why Iran's nuclear program is at a pivotal point.
Iran Arrests Billionaire Who Helped Skirt SanctionBabak Zanjani used web of companies to help regime avoid oil sanctions. Arrest thought to gain trust in negotiations.
Friedman Slams 'Israel Lobby' for Iran Deal HoldupIn his latest screed, Thomas Friedman accused the “Israel lobby” of preventing the US from making an Iran deal
Iranian FM on Youtube: We Need 'Equal Footing'Zarif posts first Youtube video saying Iran needs 'equal footing' to make nuclear deal, meanwhile blames Israel for opposing talks.
Israel Cautions Against 'Partial Deals' With IranAs talks over Iran's nuclear program begin, Israel stresses it is not against a "peaceful program," warns against "cosmetic" concessions.
Kerry: Iran Will Be Judged by its ActionsU.S. Secretary of State promises Israel that Iran will need to prove itself through actions, not just words.
Peres: Israel Too 'Scornful' of U.S. on Iran MovesNot for the first time, President Shimon Peres publicly departs from government line, as Prime Minister heads to Washington.
UN Hails Iran For Attitude on Nuclear ProgramWestern diplomats welcome "significant shift" in Iran's attitude following high-level UN talks, but skepticism remains.
IAEA: Anti-Israel Resolution Narrowly Defeated"Israel-bashing" resolution, backed by Iran and the Arab League, would have exclusively targeted Israel for criticism.
PM Warns Against 'Drawn Out' Talks with IranPM Netanyahu warns world powers against holding "drawn out" negotiations with Iran over nuclear program following election of new president.
Iran Prez: Economic Problems All Israel's FaultThe 'moderation' of Iran's new president appears to stop at Israel, judging from a speech he made on Monday
Putin: Iran Maintains Right to Nuclear ProgramRussian President Vladimir Putin continued to maintain on Tuesday that Iran has the right to a peaceful nuclear program.
Iraq Warns Israel On Airspace for Iran StrikeBaghdad warns Israel that it would respond to any attempts by the Jewish state to overfly Iraq for a strike against Iran.
House Committee to Push for More Iran SanctionsThe House voted Wednesday to urge for a hardening of sanctions against Iran
US Sanctions Iranians for Aiding Nuclear ProgramState Department sanctions four Iranian companies and one individual for aiding Iran's development of nuclear weapon.
IAEA Discussing 'Possible Dates of Iran Meeting'UN atomic agency says it has been discussing with Iran possible dates for 10th round of talks on nuclear program.
IAEA Top Official in Iran Talks ResignsIAEA deputy director Rafael Grossi, one of the top officials in negotiations over Iran's nuclear program, has announced his resignation.
Ahmadinejad: 'We Don't Need Atomic Bomb'Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad defends nuclear program, arguing that Tehran has no use for an atomic bomb.
Ahmadinejad Embarks on Uranium Opportunity TripIranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will travel on Sunday to Benin, Ghana and Niger, the world's fourth-largest uranium producer.
Russia Responds to Iran's New Uranium FacilityRussia: Iran's unveiling of new uranium production facility "does not promote atmosphere of mutual understanding."
Iran Ex-Nuclear Negotiator Joins Presidential RaceIran's former nuclear negotiator has joined the race to succeed President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in upcoming June national election.
Khamenei Urges Iran to Stand Up to SanctionsIran's top leader urges the people to stand up to mounting Western sanctions as the country marked beginning of the Persian New Year.
India May Cease Iranian Oil ImportsIndian refiners may halt imports of Iranian crude oil after insurance firms said refineries processing Iranian oil will no longer be covered
Kerry Insists 'Diplomatic Path' with IranUS Secretary of State John Kerry insisted there a "diplomatic path" can be forged with Iran on its disputed nuclear program.
World Powers to Make 'Significant New Iran Offer'World powers will make Iran an offer with "significant new elements" in a bid to resolve the dispute over its nuclear program.
Iran to France: Take 'Approach Based on Reality'Tehran urged Paris to take "a correct approach based on reality," regarding Iran's nuclear weapons.
Iran Tried Nuke Program Upgrade With China's HelpIran had tried to purchase centrifuge parts that would significantly boost its nuclear production capabilities, a report said
IEA: Sanctions Cost Iran $40 Billion in 2012Sanctions imposed by West on Iran succeeded in cutting Tehran’s oil export revenue by $40 billion in 2012.
IAEA Delegation Arrives in Iran for New TalksA delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency arrived early Wednesday in Tehran for new talks on Iran's disputed nuclear program.
Iran Releases Footage Allegedly From US DroneIran has claimed that it has decoded and released footage on state television allegedly extracted from a CIA drone captured in 2011.
Change of Relations on Horizon for US and Iran?Iranian FM sees VP Biden's call for direct talks between US and Iran as a sign of positive change between the two countries.
Iran: Nuclear Talks to Resume in KazakhstanIranian Foreign Minister said on Sunday that latest round of talks over Iran's nuclear program would be held in Kazakhstan later this month.
Iranian $40 Million Platform Unit Sinks In GulfA $40 million engineering structure belonging to Iran's South Pars gas field, which was to be used in offshore platforms, sank into the Gulf
Iran Warns of Strait Closure If US Chooses 'War'Iran asserted that it would have no qualms about closing strategic Strait of Hormuz in response to any aggression, military or otherwise.
Iran Hopes Religious Edict Will End DebateIran hopes a religious decree banning nuclear weapons will be enough to lessen international pressure and sanctions.
Report: Iran Could Build Nukes By Next YearA report Monday said that Iran could produce enough uranium to build several nuclear weapons by 2014
'Iran is Solely Responsible for Medicine Shortage'"While the inability to obtain medicine for civilians is an unfortunate tragedy, the Iranian regime is solely to blame for the suffering."
Spain Seizes Cargo Bound for Iran's Nuke ProgramSpanish police arrested two people and seized equipment that was to be illegally shipped to Iran for use in its nuclear program.
Ahmadinejad Sacks Cabinet's Sole WomanIranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has sacked Health Minister Marizeh Vahid Dastjerdi, the sole woman in his cabinet.
Iran Slams Canada's Delisting of Opposition GroupIran slams Canada for removing exiled Iranian opposition group from its blacklist of terror groups, saying it adopted a "dangerous" move.
Iran Issues US Travel Warning, Cites 'Iranophobia'Iran has issued a travel warning to its citizens against visiting the United States, an official said.
Minister: Iranian Oil Revenues Halved By SanctionsIran is losing half of its oil revenues due to international sanctions imposed over its disputed nuclear program, says minister.
Iran Condemns US Nuclear TestIran condemned the US for conducting a limited nuclear test, saying it showed Washington's "inattention to full disarmament."
Senate Set to Consider New Round of Iran SanctionsThe Senate is set to consider a broader round of economic sanctions on Friday against Iran's energy, port, shipping and shipbuilding sectors
IAEA 'Confident' No Sensitive Information HackedHead of IAEA said he was "confident" no sensitive information had been stolen during hacking incident.
Iran Launches Massive 'Velayat-4' Defense DrillsIran launched massive air defense drills across half the country on Monday.
Obama Renews 33-Year-Old Iran State of EmergencyObama renewed America's 33-year-old state of emergency, first announced by President Carter following '79 Islamic Revolution
UK Denies US Access to Bases for Gulf BuildupBritain rejected US requests to use military bases as part of build-up in Gulf, saying strike on Iran would violate international law,