Negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program would continue until November.
Baseball in Iran attracts a variety of misfits, says the coach of the country’s little-known national team.
The pilot’s reported death marks the first confirmation of Iran’s presence in Iraq amid fighting against extremists.
Unchecked development, subsidized water and bad agricultural practices leave Iran dry.
The move is a response to calls from Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to increase the country’s population.
Iran's top official quiets speculation of cooperation with the U.S. on Iraq.
Iraqis in Iran back their compatriots, but more as cheerleaders than prospective combatants.
Rouhani, Kerry signal the possibility that Iraq could prove a testing ground for rapprochement.
In remarks a year after his election, country’s president signals a willingness to work with adversaries.
As tensions begin to ease, one visitor says that to ignore Iran “is to ignore the way the world is going.”
Iran’s biggest movie star blames the man who kissed her.
Iran executed Mahafarid Amir-Khosravi, the central player in a banking scandal.
Six Iranians were released three days after being arrested and shown repenting on television for involvement in a fan video for the Pharrell Williams song “Happy.“
The arrests show the complicated nature of Iran’s power structure and point to disagreements within it.
A small peck on the cheek in France has stirred a big controversy in Iran
Ahead of talks in Vienna, rivals warn the president against compromises that go against Iran’s long-term interests.
One modest treatment center, run by women for women, is part of a wider effort to face a rising problem.
In Iran, the honeymoon is over for president Hassan Rouhani as criticism over policies mounts.
Iran, home to some of the world's cheapest gas, will test the patience of a public awaiting economic recovery.
Stopping the stipends received by more than 90 percent of Iranians will test President Rouhani’s popularity.