Russian President Vladimir Putin held an annual news conference Thursday, and he had some thoughts on U.S.-North Korea tensions.
President Donald Trump has the option of backing out of the nuclear deal with Iran in mid-January.
Rep. Elijah Cummings said the whistleblower came to him in June.
The South American country has roughly $140 billion in outstanding debt.
Russia's lower house of parliament passed a bill that would let authorities force certain foreign outlets working there to register.
Syria announced at United Nations climate talks that it plans to join the agreement.
Venezuela and its entities already missed nearly $600 million in payments this month.
Earlier this month, President Trump said he wouldn't recertify the Iran nuclear deal.
The country's faced U.N. sanctions since 2006, and it's unclear if the latest measures will slow down its nuclear program.
President Trump announced his plan to visit five Asian countries to increase international support to rein in North Korea.
The funds will be distributed via United Nations agencies to help North Korean children and pregnant women.
Spain said its ambassador from North Korea must leave soon. Mexico, Kuwait and Peru recently did something similar.