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  • Senators say they'll press Iran sanctions as 'insurance'

    Senators say they'll press Iran sanctions as 'insurance'
    WASHINGTON -- Key lawmakers said Sunday they expect to press forward with an Iran sanctions package that can be imposed quickly if the interim accord to freeze Tehran's nuclear program fails to lead to a long-term deal. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.),...
  • Iran agrees to nuclear limits

    Iran agrees to nuclear limits
    GENEVA — Six world powers and Iran reached a preliminary agreement early Sunday to curb Tehran's disputed nuclear program after a marathon negotiating session, potentially ending a decade of diplomatic stalemate. After four days of talks that...
  • Why Netanyahu won't yield

     Why Netanyahu won't yield
    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been labeled a warmonger, a wolf-crier and an opponent of peace at any price because of his policies on Iran. Here's what Netanyahu's critics say: His warnings of a bad deal are designed to undermine...
  • Proud Bird, famed LAX aerospace hangout, gets one-month reprieve

    Proud Bird, famed LAX aerospace hangout, gets one-month reprieve
    The closure of one of the aerospace industry’s premier hangouts, the Proud Bird, has been delayed for about one month, as the restaurant owner and city officials continue discussions for a new lease, officials said Wednesday. The restaurant, which...
  • Iran's nuclear program has slowed almost to a halt, IAEA says

    Iran's nuclear program has slowed almost to a halt, IAEA says
    WASHINGTON — Iran's new government has slowed expansion of its nuclear program almost to a halt since August, according to the United Nations nuclear watchdog agency, in what experts view as a strong signal of Tehran's desire to resolve a decade-...
  • Long Beach seeks Boeing 777X

     Long Beach seeks Boeing 777X
    Boeing Co.'s sprawling aircraft assembly plant in Long Beach is in the running to build the aerospace giant's forthcoming 777X jetliner after a machinists union in Washington state rejected a deal that would have ensured the work would stay in the Seattle...
  • Iran, U.S. argue over who spoiled nuclear talks

    Iran, U.S. argue over who spoiled nuclear talks
    WASHINGTON — The United States and Iran traded heated accusations Monday over who was to blame for the failure of the latest international talks to limit Tehran's nuclear program, even as they insisted a deal remains possible. Secretary of State...
  • Letters: Looking to France on Iran

    Re "France stirs debate over Iran stance," Nov. 11 The Iran nuclear issue can be resolved sanely through diplomacy instead of war if the negotiators from the six major world powers were to be guided by their own national interests. Israel has been...
  • Proud Bird, aerospace watering hole, about to run dry

    Proud Bird, aerospace watering hole, about to run dry
    With a martini in hand, John Cashen was deep in a discussion of military electronics, when a 747 jetliner seemed to float past in slow motion onto LAX's south runway complex. Cashen, who pioneered the radar-evading design of the B-2 Stealth bomber,...
  • Iran, world powers appear close to a nuclear agreement

    Iran, world powers appear close to a nuclear agreement
    WASHINGTON — Iran and six world powers appeared to close in on a preliminary agreement in Geneva on Thursday that would begin to limit Tehran's nuclear development after a decade of frustrating negotiations, according to diplomats. They said the...
  • Israel beset by flurry of reported cyber attacks

    Israel beset by flurry of reported cyber attacks
    JERUSALEM -- With reports of the U.S. National Security Agency tapping the phones of its allies' leaders and the latest suspicion that Russia handed out "Trojan horse" USB flash drives at the G-20 summit last month, cyber-spying season is in full bloom....