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  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 a.m. EDT

    San Francisco, Chicago and New York are among US cities hosting historic gay 'Pride' events Rainbows and good cheer will be out in force Sunday as hundreds of thousands of people pack gay pride events from New York City to Seattle, San Francisco to...
  • With nuke talks in final stretch, foreign ministers join in

    The foreign ministers of Iran, the United States and France are leading the way to talks on Iran's nuclear program as they try to overcome disputes ahead of a June 30 target date for a deal. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is expected in...
  • Kerry's challenge as Iran talks resume: Avoid sharp turns

    Kerry's challenge as Iran talks resume: Avoid sharp turns
    Secretary of State John F. Kerry and his team are returning to international negotiations at a 19th century palace this weekend with a bounty of unsolicited advice on how they can wring a better nuclear agreement from Iran. With negotiations facing a...
  • Conservatives to the rescue: Obama's health care, trade wins

    Cracking the often-lamented partisanship of Washington, a Republican-led Congress and a conservative Supreme Court chief justice delivered back-to-back victories for President Barack Obama's ambitious trade and health care initiatives. The Supreme Court,...
  • Trudy Rubin: Be ready to say no to Iran deal

    The June 30 deadline is fast approaching for a final agreement to limit Iran's nuclear program, and it's hard to see how the negotiators can meet it. That may not be a bad thing. The gaps are still wide between Tehran and the P5+1 (the five permanent...
  • Kerry off to Vienna for Iran nuke talks as deadline looms

    With next week's deadline for an Iran nuclear deal fast approaching, Secretary of State John Kerry headed back to the talks in Vienna, Austria, on Friday, this time leaning on crutches. On his first overseas trip since breaking his leg earlier this...
  • Atomic Energy Agency has it right on Iran, but nobody is listening

    Atomic Energy Agency has it right on Iran, but nobody is listening
    The growing global opposition to Iran’s continued history of stonewalling inspections of its nuclear sites is long overdue. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has been complaining about this intransigence for years, but few seem to have...
  • Nuclear talks may hinge on Iran OK'ing military site inspections

    WASHINGTON In early 2012, the U.N. nuclear watchdog asked to inspect a site inside an Iranian military base suspected of once housing part of a secret nuclear weapons research program. Tehran refused. Soon after, commercial satellite imagery began...
  • Local Spanish language journalists visit Israel

    Local Spanish language journalists visit Israel
    A delegation of Latino journalists based in Miami recently traveled to Israel in a seminar organized by Project Interchange, an educational institute of the American Jewish Committee. This delegation included participants from all different kinds of...
  • Negotiate with Iran over nukes, or go to war

    To the editor: Michael Oren manages to pour every villainous country, from North Korea to Nazi Germany, into his opposition to an international agreement containing Iran's nuclear program. In reality the issue is simply whether, with reasonable...
  • Rouhani hits welfare roadblock in readying Iran economy for deal

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates President Hassan Rouhani could be two weeks from persuading world powers to begin releasing Iran's economy from the shackles of sanctions. Convincing Iranians that they must shoulder part of the burden of recovery may take...