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  • Conflicting takes mean tough work ahead for Iran nuke deal

    As negotiators prepare to start drafting a final deal to curb Iran's atomic activities, conflicting U.S.-Iran takes on key elements mean tough work ahead of a June 30 deadline. Though six world powers remain at the bargaining table, the real...
  • Cardin lands complicated deal with GOP, Obama on Iran

    Cardin lands complicated deal with GOP, Obama on Iran
    Less than two weeks after becoming the top Democrat on the Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. Ben Cardin scored a major legislative victory Tuesday by negotiating an agreement to give Congress oversight of an emerging deal to stop Iran from developing a...
  • White House agrees to give Congress a say on Iran deal

    Bowing to pressure from Republicans and his own party, President Barack Obama on Tuesday relented to a compromise empowering Congress to reject his emerging nuclear pact with Iran. The rare and reluctant agreement between the president and the...
  • Iran expects delivery of Russian missiles by end of the year

    Russia said Tuesday that it would be at least six months before it could deliver the S-300 air defense missile system to Iran, but the Kremlin confirmed that a barter deal to supply Russian goods in exchange for Iranian oil was already being implemented....
  • Washington Post: Reporter's access to lawyer still limited

    Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian has had an "unacceptable lack of access to legal counsel" while jailed for nearly nine months in Iran and still has not had a substantive discussion with his lawyer, the newspaper's executive editor said...
  • Menendez joins debate on Iran, Cuba from newly weakened position

    WASHINGTON Tuesday was seemingly made for Sen. Robert Menendez. Two of the top priorities of his congressional career U.S. relations with Iran and Cuba were pushed to the forefront, each reaching a critical decision point. But after years of leading...
  • Sen. Menendez accepts smaller role in Iran nuclear agreement

    Sen. Bob Menendez, who is under indictment, made the best of his diminished status in international matters Tuesday, backing bipartisan changes to a measure he had co-authored regarding Iran's nuclear program. Menendez surrendered his post as the top...
  • Obama drops veto threat as Senate moves to assert a voice on Iran deal

    WASHINGTON The Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved a compromise bill allowing Congress to vote on a deal to stem Iran's nuclear program. President Barack Obama, who had threatened to veto the original bill, embraced the...
  • G-7 nations chide Russia on Iran air-defense sale as premature

    LUEBECK, Germany Germany and Italy said Russia's planned sale of air-defense systems to Iran before world powers complete an agreement on the country's nuclear program is premature. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, hosting a Group of...
  • Former Iran hostages push lawmakers to secure restitution for their ordeal

    Former Iran hostages push lawmakers to secure restitution for their ordeal
    Don Cooke remembers the protesters pouring over the wall of the U.S. Embassy in Tehran — some wearing images of the Ayatollah Khomeini on their chests — and his scrambled and ultimately futile escape into the raucous streets of the Iranian...
  • German minister: Too early to reward Iran over nuclear talks

    Germany's foreign minister said Tuesday it's too early to reward Iran for a preliminary agreement on its nuclear program, criticizing Russia's decision to lift a ban on delivery of an air defense missile system. Frank-Walter Steinmeier spoke to reporters...