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  • Iran parliament bans inspector access to military sites

    Iran parliament bans inspector access to military sites
    With some lawmakers chanting "Death to the America," Iran's parliament voted to ban access to military sites, documents and scientists as part of a future deal with world powers over its contested nuclear program. The bill, if ratified, could complicate...
  • Why the Iran nuclear deal is a hard sell

    Why the Iran nuclear deal is a hard sell
    With the June 30 deadline for a deal with Iran over its nuclear ambitions looming ominously, the Obama administration is having a hard time persuading a skeptical public that these negotiations are going to tame the Tehran regime. On the two critical...
  • US report finds Iran threat undiminished as nuke deal nears

    Iran's support for international terrorist groups remained undiminished last year and even expanded in some respects, the Obama administration said Friday, less than two weeks before the deadline for completing a nuclear deal that could provide Tehran...
  • Peril, promise in Obama's end game on trade, health, more

    For President Barack Obama, an encouraging vote on his trade agenda and a harrowing tragedy in South Carolina showcased the promise and peril of his presidential end game. Hand-wringing over a stinging setback for Obama's trade package in Congress last...
  • WikiLeaks reveals Saudi intrigue and unpaid limo bills

    At the Saudi Embassy in Tehran, diplomats talked about airing the grievances of disenchanted local youth using Facebook and Twitter. At the embassy in Khartoum, they reported anxiously on Iran's military aid to Sudan. Meanwhile, the Saudi mission in...
  • WikiLeaks says it's leaking over 500,000 Saudi documents

    WikiLeaks is in the process of publishing more than 500,000 Saudi diplomatic documents to the Internet, the transparency website said Friday, a move that echoes its famous release of U.S. State Department cables in 2010. WikiLeaks said in a statement...
  • Putin criticizes US but offers to cooperate on global crises

     Putin criticizes US but offers to cooperate on global crises
    Russia isn't seeking dominance or superpower status, but wants its interests to be respected by the United States and its Western allies, President Vladimir Putin said Friday as he sought to assuage investors spooked by Russia's recession and a showdown...
  • Why Obama is wrong about Iran being 'rational' on nukes

    "The fact that you are anti-Semitic, or racist, doesn't preclude you from being interested in survival,” President Obama said last month in an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg in the Atlantic. “The fact that the supreme leader is anti-Semitic...
  • State Department lags on sanctions reports to Congress, GAO says

    WASHINGTON The U.S. State Department isn't meeting the legal deadlines to tell Congress which foreigners should be sanctioned for doing business with Iran, Syria and North Korea, a necessary step before penalties can be applied. The Government...
  • US, EU ready tough Russia sanctions, in case they're needed

    The United States and European governments have readied a new round of penalties against Russia targeting its energy and financial sectors as part of a sanctions-in-waiting strategy that officials hope will enable the West to respond immediately if...
  • Trade loss an ominous sign for Obama in month of challenges

    The trade defeat in Congress was an ominous sign in a month of challenges that could help determine President Barack Obama's standing for the rest of his second term. Fellow Democrats rebuffed last-minute appeals to rescue his global trade agenda, and...