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  • 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....
  • Hundreds of banks help finance nuclear weapons, report says

     
    More than 300 banks, insurance companies and other institutions are helping to finance nuclear weapons around the world, according to a new report from an activist campaign that aims to prod banks to divest from the makers of nuclear weapons....
  • Map: Where nuclear work is done in North Korea

     
    North Korea is offering to halt nuclear activities as part of a deal that would bring in 240,000 metric tons of food aid from the United States. Where are the nuclear facilities in this isolated country? The nonprofit Nuclear Threat Initiative has an...
  • Mitt Romney, the pandering chicken hawk on Iran

     
    Mitt Romney's hard line on Iran and its nuclear program is pure political gamesmanship. He seems anxious to get other Americans' kids killed in the name of pandering to pro-Israel voters....
  • Iran could allow U.N. nuclear watchdog to visit military complex

     
    Iran announced Tuesday that it would allow the International Atomic Energy Agency to inspect its Parchin military complex “one more time.” The words “one more time” imply that this could be a last chance for cooperation with the...
  • How close is Iran to getting a nuclear weapon?

     
    Debate is swirling about how to stop Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, should it take the decision to develop one. In the United States, Republicans argue that President Obama is doing too little to confront Tehran, despite his pledge to use military...
  • Clerical hard-liners appear headed for big victory in Iran

     
    Iran, Ahmadinejad, Islamic Revolution, elections, nuclear, Obama: Iranian officials Saturday were touting a high turnout in parliamentary elections that most analysts predict will bolster clerical hard-liners and do nothing to defuse global tension...
  • Poll: Majority of Americans don't want Israel to attack Iran

     
    Most Americans do not want Israel to attack the Iranian nuclear program and believe Iran could rebuild its program in less than five years if it were attacked, according to a new University of Maryland poll....
  • Iran's supreme leader warns of retaliation if Israel or U.S. strikes

     
    Iran insists it has no nuclear weapons and isn’t building one -- but it will strike back with equal force if the United States or Israel attacks over its nuclear program, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned in an address from the eastern city of Mashhad...