As the full slate of US-imposed sanctions on Iran kicks back into effect on Monday – as a consequence of the Trump administration pulling out of the Iran Nuclear Deal in May – civil unrest is expected to only deepen across the economically embattled nation. But from the vantage point of several Iranian women long opposed to the reigning religious regime, such unrest and protest is the only way to bring about change; even if it means life on the run as a labeled “terrorist.”
Syrian government troops backed by forces from Russia and Iran may be about to launch a final offensive designed to crush the remaining opposition in the country's seven-year civil war; the U.S. warns of dire consequences if the assault happens. National security correspondent Jennifer Griffin reports from The Pentagon.
The heads of different national security and intelligence agencies spoke out from the White House about Russian election meddling. They detailed some of the efforts being made to combat it including sharing classified information with social media executives and tech companies so they can help monitor their platforms.