"No doubt about it," Trump said on Friday.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard claimed in a statement that the tanker was seized for "violating international regulations."
The capture of a British-flagged vessel by Iran on Friday has escalated tensions between Iran and the UK.
DNI Dan Coats announced Friday he has appointed a career official, Shelby Pierson, to serve as the first intelligence community election threats executive.
Analysis: The nation's two most populous states, California and Texas, are at the heart of Democrats' geography problem.
Instagram has struggled to crack down on the sellers of counterfeit goods, who use the platform's photo-focused network to show off their wares.
Footage from a television station's helicopter has captured a man climbing down a tall building during a fire.
"Anything other than complete candor can have very serious consequences," Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler wrote to the ex-Trump aide.
A 27-year-old man feeds wild crocodiles on the banks of River Tarcoles, Puntarenas province in Costa Rica for tourists willing to pay money for the spectacle.
A range of faces, reminiscent of a Tamagotchi, play across the planter's face to tell users when the plant is thirsty.
Scientists made the discovery by studying rocks that had oozed to Earth's surface from the deep mantle.
Authorities issued a 24-hour ban in large swathes of Lyon and parts of Paris to prevent a repeat of the violence observed after the African Cup of Nations semi-final last Sunday.
In a bid to regulate the social media marketing industry, the UAE has made licenses for commercialised influencers mandatory.
The governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, is unlikely to succeed Christine Lagarde as the boss of the International Monetary Fund.
Depending on the plan, a public option could be a small fix to the system or a fast-track to "Medicare for All."
Joaquin Guzman will spend the rest of his days behind bars in the United States after a judge sentenced him on Wednesday to life in prison plus 30 years.
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