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  • Josh Rogin: State Department record will hurt Hillary's campaign

    Hillary Clinton's record as secretary of state became a hot-button issue this week after Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told Bloomberg Television that the Obama administration's failed "reset" policy with Moscow was her "invention." Here's why it...
  • Son implores Iran to release Coral Springs man missing for eight years

    Son implores Iran to release Coral Springs man missing for eight years
    WASHINGTON — Daniel Levinson implored Congress on Tuesday to pressure Iran into divulging the whereabouts of his father, Robert Levinson of Coral Springs, a former FBI agent and CIA spy who is the longest-held hostage in American history. "No...
  • Relatives of Americans in Iran press for their release

    Relatives of four Americans missing or detained in Iran told Congress on Tuesday of milestones missed — weddings, graduations, birth of grandchildren — and asked U.S. officials to push harder for their release in negotiations with Tehran on...
  • Obama: Israel's commitment to Palestinian state in doubt

    President Barack Obama said in remarks broadcast Tuesday that Israel's prime minister had reinforced a belief by the international community that Israel is not committed to peace when he said there would be no Palestinian state on his watch. Prime...
  • Obama muses about his legacy, offers counterpoint to GOP

    President Barack Obama is not shy about defining his achievements and casting them in the most positive light, yet he is loath to talk about his "legacy." But on Monday Obama offered a rare glimpse at how he wants history to judge his presidency, letting...
  • Obama: No military solution to Iran's nuclear program

    U.S President Barack Obama reached out to a skeptical Israeli public in an interview aired Monday saying that only an agreement, not military action, can prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons. Obama said "I can, I think, demonstrate, not based on...
  • Trudy Rubin: U.S. should follow France and stay tough on Iran nuke deal

    When it comes to nuclear negotiations with Iran, which are nearing a June 30 deadline, those who want a solid deal should be saying Vive la France! The French are taking the toughest stand of any of the six countries (known as the P5+1) that are...
  • John Kerry breaks leg in bike accident after Iran nuclear talks, will fly home

    John Kerry breaks leg in bike accident after Iran nuclear talks, will fly home
    Secretary of State John F. Kerry was scheduled to fly Monday to a Boston hospital after breaking his leg in a bicycling accident in Europe, cutting short a diplomatic trip focused on nuclear negotiations with Iran. Kerry, 71, broke his right femur early...
  • Kerry breaks a leg in bicycle accident, ends European trip early

    VIENNA ��U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry broke his right leg in a bicycle crash Sunday morning in the French Alps, his spokesman said. Kerry, 71, was flown by helicopter across the border to a hospital in Geneva, Switzerland. Doctors...
  • Rachel Marsden: US-Iranian cooperation on Islamic State problem makes sense

    PARIS -- The fight against the Islamic State is making for some odd bedfellows -- namely, the U.S. and Iran. Perhaps that isn't a bad thing, as average Americans could be the ultimate beneficiaries. U.S. military action against the Islamic State has...
  • Nuclear talks bogging down as Iran balks at key decisions, envoys say

    Nuclear talks bogging down as Iran balks at key decisions, envoys say
    Talks over Iran’s nuclear program are bogging down because Tehran’s negotiators are reluctant to put in writing previous concessions that may be deeply unpopular at home, current and former diplomats said Tuesday. With the negotiations&...