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Iranian Nuclear Program

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  • Congress should ask the tough question on Iran nuke deal

    President Barack Obama recently made an agreement with the leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran on one of the most sensitive and vital issues facing America's national security. Soon, the U.S. Senate will vote, not on whether to approve this agreement,...
  • Rubio looks to find his opening in the 2016 Republican field

    If Marco Rubio launches his presidential campaign as expected Monday, the first-term Republican senator from Florida may have to answer this simple question. Why now? The 43-year-old Rubio, a rising star on Capitol Hill, could wait four more years,...
  • Report: US reporter held in Iran facing 'espionage' charges

    A Washington Post journalist detained in Iran for over eight months is accused of "espionage" and "acting against national security," the semiofficial Fars news agency reported Sunday. The report did not elaborate on the source of the information, but...
  • Israel's Netanyahu says sanctions should remain on Iran

    As the international community moves to finalize a nuclear deal with Iran, Israel's prime minister says crippling sanctions should be maintained against the Islamic Republic until the country ends its regional "aggression." Benjamin Netanyahu has harshly...
  • Kerry says Iran's 'spin' on nuclear deal doesn't change facts

    WASHINGTON �� Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that discrepancies between the U.S. and Iran on the precise terms of a preliminary nuclear deal are partly a matter of political "spin" as each side tries to sell the deal to hard-...
  • Break over, Congress faces fights over Medicare, Iran, Lynch

    Racing the calendar, Senate leaders are pushing toward congressional approval of a bipartisan compromise that reshapes how Medicare pays physicians as lawmakers return from a spring break tangled up in domestic and foreign policy disputes. Republican and...
  • Obama's Iran deal guarantees nightmare we hope to avert

    WASHINGTON — It was but a year and a half ago that Barack Obama endorsed the objective of abolition when he said that Iran's heavily fortified Fordow nuclear facility, its plutonium-producing heavy-water reactor and its advanced centrifuges were all...
  • Obama slams GOP lawmakers as trying to 'short-circuit' Iran talks

    Obama slams GOP lawmakers as trying to 'short-circuit' Iran talks
    President Obama on Saturday charged that Republicans were trying to “short-circuit” negotiations to contain Iran’s nuclear program, expressing dismay over the extent to which opponents have gone to thwart one of his top foreign policy...
  • Ahead of likely 2016 bid, Walker builds on overseas resume

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is becoming something of a globe-trotter as world affairs loom large in the 2016 Republican presidential race and attention has been drawn to his early foreign policy stumbles. He began a weeklong visit to Germany, France...
  • A bad deal with Iran is worse than war

    A bad deal with Iran is worse than war
    Salah al-Mukhtar, a Jordanian columnist who writes for the Amman News, wrote the following reaction to the framework agreement reached between Iran and the major powers over its disputed nuclear program: "This is a dangerous agreement, particularly...
  • After foreign policy stumbles, Walker goes abroad

    Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is becoming something of a globe-trotter as world affairs loom large in the 2016 Republican presidential race and attention has been drawn to his early foreign policy stumbles. He's off Friday on a week-long visit to Germany,...