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  • McConnell skeptical of Iran deal after leading freshmen on Middle East trip

    WASHINGTON Fresh off a trip to the Middle East, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell reaffirmed Monday afternoon that his chamber would weigh in legislatively regarding the framework agreement between the United States, Iran and international...
  • A new age of Middle East insecurity

    A new age of Middle East insecurity
    Back in 2010, I interviewed Gerard Araud, who is now the French ambassador in Washington, D.C., while he was still serving as France's envoy to the United Nations in New York. We talked at length about Iran, and this was the first thing he told me: "The...
  • Israel: Military action against Iran still 'on the table'

    Israel: Military action against Iran still 'on the table'
    A senior Israeli government minister on Monday warned that taking military action against Iran's nuclear program is still an option — despite last week's framework deal between world powers and the Islamic Republic. The comments by Yuval Steinitz,...
  • James Largay: Iran nuclear deal shows why Netanyahu spoke to Congress

    James Largay: Iran nuclear deal shows why Netanyahu spoke to Congress
    To provide a different take on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's unprecedented controversial speech before Congress last month and the issue of Israel's security, I draw on my travels in Eastern Europe. In spring 1998 I stopped in Krakow,...
  • Senator: Congressional oversight needed on Iran nuke deal

    The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee says Congress will exercise its "rightful role" to scrutinize and approve any agreement to curb Iran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting international sanctions. "It's very important that...
  • College Park Rotary helps Orlando student become a peace scholar

    College Park Rotary helps Orlando student become a peace scholar
    Kari Williams was a student at the University of Central Florida, pursuing her students, when she developed an interest in exploring the world. “I started getting the bug to see the world, and for international travel,” she said. Eventually...
  • Outcome of Iran nuclear pact has high stakes for Clinton

    Hillary Rodham Clinton can claim a piece of the victory if the U.S. and other world powers ultimately complete a final nuclear deal with Iran. She will own a piece of the failure if the negotiations collapse or produce a weak deal. Her statement after...
  • Israel to detain female Palestinian lawmaker for 6 months

    The Israeli military has placed a female Palestinian legislator under detention for six months without trial, a lawyer for the lawmaker said Monday. Khalida Jarrar, a senior political leader of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a left-...
  • Mohammed Khaku: Iran nuclear deal path toward peace

    Mohammed Khaku: Iran nuclear deal path toward peace
    On the eve of Good Friday, one of the holiest days on the Christian calendar, Iran and other nations, including the United States, reached a historic agreement on a broad framework for resolving a long-standing dispute over Iran's nuclear program....
  • AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from the Middle East

    In the Middle East this week, a coalition of Iraqi security forces, Shiite militias and Iranian advisers backed by U.S.-led airstrikes dislodged the Islamic State group from the Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Iraqi authorities called the rout of...
  • Senator: Congress needs to scour final Iran nuke deal

    Congressional scrutiny and approval of any nuclear agreement with Iran are essential and will help ensure the deal isn't a bad one, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said Sunday. Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., said Congress has a...