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  • Trade loss an ominous sign for Obama in month of challenges

    The trade defeat in Congress was an ominous sign in a month of challenges that could help determine President Barack Obama's standing for the rest of his second term. Fellow Democrats rebuffed last-minute appeals to rescue his global trade agenda, and...
  • Iran launches official matchmaking website

    Iran launched its first official matchmaking website on Monday in a bid to encourage millions of singles to marry, officials said, insisting it is not a dating service. "We have high demand for marriage and 11 million bachelors who are increasing every...
  • 'Jerusalem Post' reporter addresses Iran nuclear accord

    'Jerusalem Post' reporter addresses Iran nuclear accord
    "I will forecast an uncertain murky future on whether Iran's relationships with the United States and the western world will be improved or not after an agreement is possibly reached on the Iran nuclear accord on June 30," said Michael Wilner,...
  • Iran holds mass funeral for soldiers in killed '80s Iraq war

    Tens of thousands of Iranians have attended a mass funeral for some 270 soldiers killed in the 1980s war against Iraq. Authorities recovered the bodies in a mass grave in Iraq in May. On Tuesday, throngs of people gathered in downtown Tehran for the...
  • Kerry: Accounting of past Iran nuclear work not key for deal

    Secretary of State John Kerry said Tuesday that a full accounting of Iran's possible past atomic weapons research is not necessarily critical to reaching a nuclear deal with Tehran. His comments came amid concerns the Obama administration is backing...
  • US official: UN sanctions could be reapplied if Iran cheats

    Two weeks before negotiators hope to reach a nuclear agreement with Iran, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations tried to reassure Congress that sanctions could be easily re-imposed on Tehran if it cheats. Rep. Ed Royce, chairman of the House...
  • Rouhani hits welfare roadblock in readying Iran economy for deal

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates President Hassan Rouhani could be two weeks from persuading world powers to begin releasing Iran's economy from the shackles of sanctions. Convincing Iranians that they must shoulder part of the burden of recovery may take...
  • Iran nuke talks impeded by disagreement on all main elements

    Iran and six powers are still apart on all main elements of a nuclear deal with less than two weeks to go to their June 30 target date and will likely have to extend their negotiations, two diplomats tell The Associated Press. Their comments enforce...
  • Why the Iran nuclear deal is a hard sell

    Why the Iran nuclear deal is a hard sell
    With the June 30 deadline for a deal with Iran over its nuclear ambitions looming ominously, the Obama administration is having a hard time persuading a skeptical public that these negotiations are going to tame the Tehran regime. On the two critical...
  • State Department lags on sanctions reports to Congress, GAO says

    WASHINGTON The U.S. State Department isn't meeting the legal deadlines to tell Congress which foreigners should be sanctioned for doing business with Iran, Syria and North Korea, a necessary step before penalties can be applied. The Government...
  • See no evil, speak no evil on Iran?

    See no evil, speak no evil on Iran?
    For years, the U.S. and its allies have accused Iran of violating U.N.-imposed nuclear sanctions. A special panel of experts set up by the U.N. has investigated a steady torrent of those complaints. Now the panel has a complaint of its own: Where are...