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  • On eve of conference, Egypt president passes investment laws

    Egypt's president approved a package of amendments to investment laws on Thursday, aimed at enticing foreign investors on the eve of a major economic conference that will bring together hundreds of business executives and foreign leaders. President...
  • John Kerry chides a certain governor over 'climate change' ban

    John Kerry chides a certain governor over 'climate change' ban
    WASHINGTON  — Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that elected officials who ban the words “climate change” are unwilling to face the facts, a non-so-subtle dig at Florida Gov. Rick Scott's administration. Kerry, a longtime...
  • German foreign minister heads to US to talk Ukraine, Iran

    Germany's foreign minister is heading to the U.S. for talks with American officials at a critical phase of the nuclear negotiations with Iran and the Ukraine crisis. Frank-Walter Steinmeier said in a statement Wednesday that he would meet with...
  • Kerry: Congress won't be able to change an Iran nuclear deal

    Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday that U.S. lawmakers won't be able to change the terms of any nuclear agreement with Iran because it won't be legally binding, a statement likely to inspire greater congressional opposition. Kerry, Washington's...
  • Edward Brooke, 1st black popularly elected senator, honored

    Political leaders from Massachusetts joined hundreds of others at a funeral service Tuesday in Washington, D.C., for Edward Brooke, the first African-American elected to the U.S. Senate by popular vote. Brooke, a liberal Republican, represented the state...
  • Analysis: Hillary Clinton's long, cautious record on women's rights

    The early reviews of Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state were not so unlike the "texts from Hillary" portrait of her as a superhero in sunglasses: There were more good lines to point to than those delivered in an episode of "Downton Abbey" by...
  • Would Obama really 'walk away' from a bad deal with Iran?

     Would Obama really 'walk away' from a bad deal with Iran?
    In November 2013, the U.S. and its allies appeared to be marching in lockstep toward an interim nuclear agreement with Iran, but then France spectacularly broke ranks. French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius torpedoed the proposal when he called it "a...
  • Pioneering black senator honored at funeral service

    WASHINGTON Former Sen. Edward W. Brooke, the first African-American senator elected by a popular vote, was honored at a funeral service Tuesday as a trailblazer, a remarkable legislator and an inspiration to future generations. Lawmakers, dignitaries and...
  • US, others sponsor 'graphic' photo exhibit on Syria at UN

    With the U.N. Security Council blocked from taking strong action on Syria, the United States and other nations are hoping to shame its government by sponsoring a graphic photo exhibit of detainees who've died in President Bashar Assad's prisons since...
  • US, Europe show solidarity on Iran nuclear negotiations

    U.S. and European diplomats said Saturday they are united in their strategy and goal in trying to achieve a nuclear deal with Iran. "We are on the same page," U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said after talks with French Foreign Minister Laurent...
  • Most agree that Iran deal looks bad

    Most agree that Iran deal looks bad
    I believe that The Sun should be focusing on what Secretary of State John Kerry and President Barack Obama have accomplished with their ongoing negotiations with Iran over its nuclear weapons ambitions ("Netanyahu's pointless speech," March 3). While...