Lebanon's new government is slated to review the militant Shiite party's weapons as part of a national defense strategy once it takes office. The prisoner swap with Israel has given Hezbollah new leverage.
The US also hopes to establish a diplomatic presence in Tehran for the first time in 30 years, according to the Guardian newspaper.
Since 2004, 159 court actions have targeted citizen journalists for libel and other charges.
By the end of July, they hope to finalize a deal that would map out the role and "time horizon" for US troops in the country.
Evidence mounts that international sanctions are having an impact.
Iran tested the Shahab-3 missile, which could hit Israel or US Mideast bases.