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  • Israeli minister accuses Iran of Argentina terror attacks

    Israel's agricultural minister on Thursday accused Iran of orchestrating two terrorist attacks in Argentina in the 1990s and urged the world not to negotiate with the Middle Eastern country on the future of its nuclear program. Agricultural Minister Yair...
  • More Iran oil may flow within months of deal, officials say

    LAUSANNE, Switzerland World powers have offered to suspend U.S. and European restrictions on Iranian oil exports, but only if the Islamic Republic accepts strict limits on its nuclear program for at least a decade, according to American and European...
  • Senate committee sets vote on Iran deal approval for April

    WASHINGTON A Senate panel will wait until after a deadline this month elapses on a deal with Iran over its nuclear program to vote on legislation allowing Congress to review and approve a final agreement. The Foreign Relations Committee will vote on...
  • Iran nuclear talks hit bumps; U.S. foresees lasting curbs on Tehran

    Iran nuclear talks hit bumps; U.S. foresees lasting curbs on Tehran
    High-level negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program appeared to slow on Thursday, and U.S. officials said any potential agreement would restrict Tehran’s nuclear activities longer than 10 or 15 years, the expected duration of the pact....
  • US, Iran race to fill out contours of a nuclear agreement

    With less than a week to the deadline for an Iran nuclear deal, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry worked with top Iranian and European officials Wednesday to try to close gaps blocking agreement. Racing to fill out a framework for rolling back Iran's...
  • Logan Act was named for an upright peacemaker

    It's been more than a week since 47 Senate Republicans sent that letter to Tehran, and commentators can't get enough of asking: What about the Logan Act? The law, passed by Congress and signed by President John Adams in 1799, prohibits unauthorized...
  • Keystone Kops government

    What has gone wrong with the U.S. government in the past month? Just about everything, from the fundamental to the ridiculous. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the United States to warn Congress about the dangers of a nuclear Iran. He...
  • Rubio willing to defy European allies on possible Iran deal

    Florida Sen. Marco Rubio says that if elected president, he would "absolutely" defy stalwart European allies if necessary in order to revoke an Iranian nuclear deal he might inherit from President Barack Obama. Rubio, who is on the cusp of announcing a...
  • Congress must authorize war against ISIS: Their Take

    Congress must authorize war against ISIS: Their Take
    War against ISIS For seven months, the United States has been engaged in military action — war, to put it plainly — against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Yet it's not clear that Congress will provide explicit authorization for...
  • News Guide: Netanyahu won Israel's election, now what?

    Israelis woke up Wednesday morning to find that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing Likud Party came in first in parliamentary elections. It was a stunning turnaround after a tight race that had put his lengthy rule in jeopardy. Here is how...
  • Rubio keeps showing he's not ready for Oval Office

    Rubio keeps showing he's not ready for Oval Office
    Should a senator who sits on the Foreign Relations Committee yet appears befuddled about U.S. foreign relations be a serious contender for the White House? That is a question voters should ponder after Sen. Marco Rubio, a potential 2016 Republican...