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  • U.S. aircraft carrier sails through strategic Strait of Hormuz

     
    A U.S. aircraft carrier sailed through the Strait of Hormuz Sunday, the first transit since Iran warned American ships this year against using the strategic waterway....
  • European Union bans Iranian oil

     
    The European Union adopts an embargo on Iranian oil over the Tehran regime's nuclear program. The ban goes into immediate effect on all new and proposed oil contracts....
  • Air time check: Who got the most words in edgewise during Monday night's GOP debate?

     
    Running a word-count program on the transcript of last night's GOP presidential primary debate I get: Mitt Romney -- 4,649 (34%) Newt Gingrich -- 4,118 (30%) Rick Santorum --2,898 ( 21%) Ron Paul -- 2,095 (15%) This does not include......
  • Israel misguided on Iran [The conversation]

     
    If Israel really planned on attacking Iran's nuclear facilities, skeptics ask, would it be talking about it so publicly? Still, rumors that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may attack Iran before this summer has opinionators screaming...
  • Aid groups welcome U.S. nuclear deal with North Korea

     
    The State Department’s announcement that North Korea will halt nuclear activities in exchange for 240,000 metric tons of U.S. food aid was welcomed by aid groups that have long struggled to raise money to feed hungry people in an unpopular regime......
  • North Korea: What does 240,000 metric tons of food mean?

     
    North Korea food aid: Hunger is a known menace in North Korea. In most of the country, even a bowl of rice is a rare treat. North Korea and the U.S. are poised to strike a deal that would bring 240,000 metric tons of food aid to the impoverished country...
  • North Korea nuclear deal: Five ideas about what it means

     
    North Korea has offered to suspend nuclear tests and enrichment to receive 240,000 metric tons of food aid, U.S. officials have announced. What does this mean? The Times turned to four experts for their insights....
  • North Korea nuclear deal tied to food aid

     
    North Korea’s willingness to readmit nuclear weapons inspectors and suspend key parts of its weapons program is linked to a condition the U.S. has long-insisted should not be part of any nuclear talks: providing the North Koreans with desperately...
  • U.S., North Korea hold first talks since Kim Jong Il's death

     
    Negotiators from the U.S. and North Korea met Thursday in Beijing to begin talks about Pyongyang's nuclear weapons program, the first such diplomatic face-off since North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's death in December....
  • Iran continues defiance over nuclear program, U.N. agency reports

     
    Iran is continuing to defy the international community by refusing to answer key questions about its nuclear program, the U.N.’s nuclear watchdog agency declared in a report issued Friday....
  • Possible new economic sanctions aimed at Iran

     
    U.S. lawmakers are seeking to pile additional economic sanctions on Iran to force it to negotiate limits on its nuclear program, which many countries fear is aimed at developing a nuclear bomb....