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Iranian Nuclear Program

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  • Iran says GOP letter suggests US is 'not trustworthy'

    Iran's foreign minister said Tuesday a letter from U.S. Republican lawmakers warning that any nuclear deal could be scrapped once President Barack Obama leaves office suggests the United States is "not trustworthy." "This kind of communication is...
  • Patriots or traitors? Iran letter sets off furious debate

    WASHINGTON Anger and outrage grew Tuesday over a letter from Senate Republicans to Iranian leaders designed to scuttle a yet-to-be-completed deal on its nuclear program. Congressional Democrats and independents, even some who question a deal with Iran,...
  • Illinois senator sees stroke recovery giving him 2016 edge

    When U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk suffered a debilitating stroke in 2012, he faced a grueling recovery and serious questions about how he could continue his political career. Now the Illinois Republican, who won the Senate seat Barack Obama vacated to run for...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EDT

    Democrats denounce GOP move aimed at undermining nuclear talks with Iran Democrats in the White House and Congress accused 47 GOP senators of undermining President Barack Obama in international talks to curb Iran's nuclear program, saying that trying...
  • Netanyahu is working to keep the peace

    Netanyahu is working to keep the peace
    Contrary to Adil Shamoo ("Netanyahu wants war," March 4), Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu advocates for greater restrictions on Iran's nuclear program not because he is a war monger but because absent such restrictions, Iran is likely to develop...
  • GOP aim: Make Menendez's troubles about Reid

    WASHINGTON Republicans may not realistically smell another Senate seat about to become available, but they're moving quickly on the very real scent of political blood. And their nose for scandal has them salivating at more than the fate of Sen. Robert...
  • 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...
  • Iran leader says GOP senators' letter implies U.S. 'not trustworthy'

    Iran leader says GOP senators' letter implies U.S. 'not trustworthy'
    Iran’s foreign minister on Tuesday said that a letter from 47 Republican senators warning that any agreement on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program must receive congressional approval suggests that the U.S. is “not trustworthy.”...
  • To Iran With Love

    To Iran With Love
    It’s not very often I get to draw three top contenders for the oval office in one cartoon. They’re all pretty easy to draw, too, except for Sen. Mark Rubio. He doesn’t have much character in his face. He looks like a guy who should be...
  • Hard-line Iranian cleric elected leader of influential panel

    Hard-line Iranian cleric elected leader of influential panel
    An influential panel of Iranian clerics chose a hard-liner as its new chairman Tuesday in a decision seen by one analyst as troubling for nuclear negotiations with the international community. Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi, 83, defeated his more moderate...
  • The GOP's poison pen note

    Congress has a long history of criticizing the White House's handling of foreign policy, but the letter sent by 47 Republican senators to Iran's leaders this week was virtually unprecedented. Signed by all but seven Senate Republicans, it bluntly warned...