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  • Negotiators start writing a deal on Iran's nuclear program

    Negotiators from six world powers and Iran on Friday began composing the text of a comprehensive agreement on Tehran's nuclear program, but remained far apart on key issues as they closed out a fifth round of talks. With one month to go to their...
  • Criminal wrongdoing and the CIA

    Too often "the law" is nothing more than prejudice embedded in jargon. So the Obama administration, in its attempt to hammer another national security leaker, is directly challenging the right of journalists to protect confidential sources....
  • U.S., Iranian officials to hold nuclear talks in Geneva next week

    U.S., Iranian officials to hold nuclear talks in Geneva next week
    With nuclear talks stalled and a deadline approaching, a delegation of top U.S. officials will confer with Iranian counterparts at a hastily organized two-day meeting in Geneva next week, officials announced early Saturday. Deputy Secretary of State...
  • Backlash after Iran's Rouhani calls foes of nuclear deal 'cowards'

    Backlash after Iran's Rouhani calls foes of nuclear deal 'cowards'
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani found himself in a political firestorm Tuesday, the day after he denounced his hard-line critics as “political cowards” who oppose his efforts to reach an agreement with the West over the country's nuclear...
  • Did Los Alamos fire a researcher for questioning U.S. nuclear doctrine?

    Did Los Alamos fire a researcher for questioning U.S. nuclear doctrine?
    Los Alamos may be a government laboratory with lots of classified secrets, but it also guarantees its researchers intellectual freedom on a par with that enjoyed by university professors. Political scientist James Doyle says that freedom was violated when...
  • Activists mark Hiroshima and Nagasaki in seven-mile bike ride

    Scores of anti-nuclear activists marked the 69th anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings by riding bikes in a seven-mile loop around Washington to show the blast radius of a nuclear weapon. The 100 or so riders, in a protest called "Bike...
  • EGYPT: On anniversary of Khaled Said's death, complaints of police brutality, corruption

     
    Police brutality was part of what motivated people to take to the streets and protest during Egypt’s revolution, which culminated in the ouster of former President Hosni Mubarak on Feb. 11. Among the most famous cases was that of 28-year-old......
  • IRAN: Tehran says no to nuclear swap

     
    Iran says it’s no longer interested in talking with the West about swapping nuclear fuel rather than making its own....
  • Iran's supreme leader warns nations against making threats

     
    Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, warned Thursday that “steel fists” await any nation that threatens the Islamic Republic. Khamenei's comments reflect the heightened tension and war of words surrounding Iran’s disputed...
  • Iran looms

     
    If even the see-no-evil crowd at the International Atomic Energy Agency is convinced that Iran is developing¬†nuclear weapons, is there any doubt? An IAEA report this week concluded there is “credible” evidence that “Iran has carried...
  • Iran accuses West of concocting evidence on nuclear program

     
    Iran nuclear weapons United Nations IAEA: Iranian officials rejected a report by the United Nations nuclear inspection agency that accuses Iran of taking steps to develop a nuclear bomb. Iranian state-run television claimed the allegations were...