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  • Obama, Congress may find common ground on fighting Islamic State

    President Obama and Republican lawmakers are renewing efforts to officially authorize the fight against Islamic State terrorists, an issue that could become one of the earliest areas of cooperation between the White House and the new GOP-led Congress....
  • Kerry in Geneva for nuke talks with Iranian foreign minister as March target date approaches

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Geneva for talks with his Iranian counterpart on how to speed up nuclear negotiations as a March target date approaches to conclude a deal. Kerry arrived in Geneva late Tuesday and is to meet Wednesday with...
  • Ann Curry leaves NBC News to form her own production company

    Ann Curry has negotiated an early exit from her contract with NBC News. The network announced Tuesday that Curry would leave to form her own independent production company that will cover international stories for TV and other platforms. An NBC...
  • Nuclear talks in Geneva will be test of Iran's flexibility

    Nuclear talks in Geneva will be test of Iran's flexibility
    High-level meetings in Geneva in coming days will offer an early test of whether Iran is willing to show new flexibility in the stalled international negotiations on its nuclear program. With only six weeks before the next deadline in the negotiations,...
  • En route to India, US Secretary of State Kerry stops in Germany to visit ailing sultan of Oman

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry stopped briefly in Germany on Saturday to meet with the ailing ruler of Oman, the Mideast country that's served an important intermediary role in negotiations over Iran's nuclear program. Kerry, headed to India for an...
  • 'Dumbest thing a wannabe presidential candidate ever did'

    Gov. Christie is obviously not the sharpest spoon in the drawer of possible 2016 presidential candidates. He would have lost fewer voters by supporting Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood or Iran's nuclear program, or perhaps by inviting the Taliban to New Jersey....
  • Iran supreme leader: US 'cannot be trusted' to lift sanctions in nuclear deal

    Iran's supreme leader said Wednesday the United States cannot be trusted to lift sanctions in a future nuclear deal and that Tehran should instead develop an "economy of resistance." Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who makes the final decisions on all matters of...
  • Iranian reformers oppose government's nuclear ambitions

    This winter, Tehran has been a place of conferences and complaints. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday addressed a conference on the economy and bemoaned that "the economy cannot develop in isolation from the rest of the world." Rouhani is not...
  • Russia threatens to halt cooperation with U.S. on Iran, Syria

    Russia warned Tuesday that it may halt cooperation with the United States on Iran and Syria in response to a continuing stream of U.S. sanctions. One day after the Obama administration announced its latest penalties, the Russian Foreign Ministry...
  • The strangely muted response to Sony's hack

    The strangely muted response to Sony's hack
    The last year has been marked by headline-grabbing cybercrimes, including the theft of stunning amounts of personal information from Target, Home Depot and online photo-storage sites. Now, the hackers who targeted Sony Pictures' computer network have...
  • 'The Interview' may be the first casualty in a serious, new kind of war

    Two years ago, Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warned that the United States faced the threat of cyberattacks from technologically sophisticated foes who could one day unleash chaos and death via the Internet. Derailing a train, contaminating water...