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US has tendency to violate its end of bargain: Commentator
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi has accused Washington and its allies of having done whatever in their power, over the past year, to throw a wrench in the implementation of the nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), but Iran’s vigilance has foiled all such plots. He said Tehran will not re-negotiate the JCPOA, adding that if US President-elect Donald Trump goes ahead with his campaign pledge to “tear apart the deal, Iran will burn it.”
Winter storm leaves 4 dead, several injured in central US
A major winter storm has descended on the US midsection, bringing freezing rain across much of the Great Plains and Midwest and killing at least four people.
US Justice Department: Chicago police routinely violated civil rights
Chicago police routinely violated the civil rights of people in one of America's largest cities, the US Justice Department said in a report released on Friday, citing excessive force, racially discriminatory conduct and a "code of silence" to thwart investigations into police misconduct.
US envoy: Wise for Trump to uphold Iran nuclear deal
Outgoing US Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power said on Friday urged President-elect Donald Trump to preserve a nuclear deal between Iran and key world powers.
Trump open to lifting Russia sanctions if Moscow cooperates with US
US President-elect Donald Trump has expressed willingness to remove harsh economic sanctions against Russia if it cooperates with the United States in efforts such as counterterrorism, according to a report.
Mexico to 'immediately' react to US border tax measure
Mexico says it should react "immediately" by imposing its own taxes if US President-elect Donald Trump moves to fulfill his promised border tax on Mexican imports.
US needs to be ready to confront Russia: Trump's Pentagon pick
US President-elect Donald Trump's pick for the Defense Department, retired Marine General James Mattis, says Washington must be ready to confront Moscow, urging caution about working with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
US defense secretary pick says Iran deal will be enforced
US President-elect Donald Trump's pick for the Defense Department James Mattis said on Thursday that the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers is “imperfect” but must be enforced.
Smartphone, internet use at record high in US: Survey
More than three-fourths of American adults now use a smartphone, helping to boost internet adoption to a record level, a survey showed Thursday.
Russia says US provoking 'confrontation' with military build-up in Poland
Russian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Maria Zakharova warned on Thursday that a US military "build-up" in Poland was an aggressive step along its borders.
US deploys 3,500 troops to Poland amid tension with Russia
Around 3,500 US troops have arrived in Poland, one of the largest deployments of US forces in Europe since the end of the Cold War in 1991, sparking immediate anger from Russia.
US discussion of Russian hacking 'waste of time': Analyst
US President-elect Donald Trump has conceded for the first time that Russia was behind the hacking of Democratic Party institutions during the presidential election, saying that not only Russia, but many other countries are hacking the US. He made the comments during his first press conference since July, which was dominated by questions about Moscow's cyber-attacks against US political organizations before the election.
Republican lawmakers signing call to move US embassy in Israel
US House Republicans are preparing a letter addressed to US-President-elect Donald Trump, calling on the incoming administration to immediately relocate the American embassy from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.
US spy agencies engaged in Nazi tactics: President-elect Trump
US President-elect Donald Trump has accused the country’s spy agencies of using Nazi tactics over leaking “fake news" and "phony stuff” about him to the media.
Racism, slavery is structural in US: Activist
US President Barack Obama has bid farewell to the nation during a speech to mark the end of his presidency after two terms in office. In his farewell speech, he warned that the country’s growing economic inequality and racial tensions pose a major threat to American democracy. Press TV has spoken to Richard Becker, member of the ANSWER Coalition, as well as Lawrence J. Korb, former US assistant secretary of defense, to discuss Obama’s hits and misses during his 8 years as president.

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