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  • Regime can't be trusted to honor agreement: Front Burner

    Regime can't be trusted to honor agreement: Front Burner
    The emerging nuclear deal with Iran has numerous flaws that could dangerously undermine U.S. national security. It lets Iran maintain a huge nuclear infrastructure that already far exceeds legitimate civilian needs. That includes illicit nuclear...
  • Alternatives to diplomacy might be worse: Front Burner

    Alternatives to diplomacy might be worse: Front Burner
    The announcement of a framework agreement for further negotiations with Iran should be treated — cautiously — as good news. It is a sign that some painful progress has been made toward getting Iran to agree to halt, for the time being, its...
  • Nuclear Iran: Deal or no deal?: Front Burner

    Nuclear Iran: Deal or no deal?: Front Burner
    It's not often these days that Republicans and Democrats in Congress see eye-to-eye. So it was striking this week when Senate Foreign Relations Committee members unanimously agreed to give Congress a vote on whether to lift sanctions against Iran as...
  • Obama could ease many Iranian sanctions without Congress

     Obama could ease many Iranian sanctions without Congress
    Even if Congress rejects his final Iranian nuclear deal, President Barack Obama could use his executive pen to offer Tehran a hefty portion of sanctions relief on his own. Lawmakers have insisted on having a say on what could be a historic accord that...
  • Speak Out

    I'm beginning to think that the Southtown is trying to do away with the Speak Out column because the call-in line always is not answering. And I believe that contributors "Oak Forest Bob" and "Terrmiester from Burbank" must be editors because they're in...
  • Iraqi prime minister caught between U.S. and Iran

    Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi found himself caught between his government's two most important allies - the United States and Iran - during his four day-visit in Washington. Abadi's trip was intended to shore up U.S. military support for the...
  • Thousands of teachers in Iran demand higher wages

    Iran's semi-official ILNA news agency says thousands of teachers have staged nationwide protests demanding higher wages. The report says peaceful protests were held Thursday in several cities, including the capital, Tehran. It says the teachers gathered...
  • Quickly for April 15: 'Try mandatory voting and 6-week campaigns'

    Quickly for April 15: 'Try mandatory voting and 6-week campaigns'
    What's Quickly? It's where readers sound off on the issues of the day. Have a quote, question or quip? Call Quickly at (312) 222-2426 or email quickly@post-trib.com. Just wondering, is anyone else getting repeat phone calls about a supposed back brace...
  • Iran nuclear talks to resume in Vienna April 22-23

    Major world powers and Iran will resume talks next week on Tehran's nuclear program, aiming to come up with a comprehensive deal by the end of June. The European Union said in a statement Thursday that senior negotiator Helga Schmid will meet with Iran's...
  • Congress playing a risky game with Iran talks

     Congress playing a risky game with Iran talks
    The Obama administration is putting a brave face on its acceptance of legislation in Congress that injects the legislative branch into ongoing negotiations over the future of Iran's nuclear program. But while the bill approved unanimously Tuesday by the...
  • Carl P. Leubsdorf: Obama certainly not 'leading from behind' on Iran

    In the two weeks since a U.S.-led coalition agreed on a surprisingly detailed outline for curbing Iran's nuclear ambitions, hardline elements on both sides have dominated the public debate, giving a false impression the complex negotiation is already in...