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  • Israel's Netanyahu still concerned about potential deal with Iran

    Israel's Netanyahu still concerned about potential deal with Iran
    JERUSALEM -- The morning after talks between Iran and six major powers ended in Geneva without an agreement on limiting Tehran's nuclear program, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday welcomed the delay. After a harsh statement two days...
  • Kerry says of Iran nuclear talks: 'We are not blind'

    Kerry says of Iran nuclear talks: 'We are not blind'
    WASHINGTON -- Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Sunday said he was not being taken in by an Iranian effort to buy time to build a nuclear weapon. "We are not blind, and I don't think we're stupid," Kerry said in an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press."...
  • France's role in scuttling Iran nuclear deal prompts speculation

    France's role in scuttling Iran nuclear deal prompts speculation
    WASHINGTON — France's role in the unraveling of an international deal to curb Iran's nuclear program brought angry reactions Sunday from Tehran, glowing praise from Iran's detractors and a whirl of speculation about what the French motive might be....
  • A different Israeli take on Iran

     A different Israeli take on Iran
    Even as the Geneva talks on Iran's nuclear program were underway, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu publicly rejected the deal diplomats were working to achieve. It would be, he said, the "deal of the century" for Iran but "a very bad deal" for...
  • New Iran sanctions could push U.S. toward war, White House warns

    New Iran sanctions could push U.S. toward war, White House warns
    WASHINGTON -- The White House warned Congress on Tuesday that slapping new sanctions on Iran could sink international negotiations to curb Tehran’s nuclear program and send America on a “march to war.” In the latest ratcheting up of...
  • 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...
  • Senators still mulling over additional Iran sanctions

    Senators still mulling over additional Iran sanctions
    WASHINGTON — Key senators remained undecided Wednesday on whether to impose more economic sanctions on Iran after Secretary of State John F. Kerry and other administration officials urged them to delay further penalties while negotiations continue...
  • Unlike on Obamacare, president is surefooted on Iran policy

    Unlike on Obamacare, president is surefooted on Iran policy
    President Obama may have been less than surefooted in his comments about healthcare at his news conference Thursday. But when the topic turned to negotiations about Iran’s nuclear program, he deftly dealt with agitation in Congress to increase...
  • Obama cautions Congress against fresh sanctions on Iran

    Obama cautions Congress against fresh sanctions on Iran
    WASHINGTON -- President Obama urged Congress on Thursday not to slap Iran with new economic penalties that could disrupt diplomatic efforts to limit Tehran's nuclear program, warning that the alternative of a military attack would be “messy”...
  • New signs of tension between U.S. and Israel over Iran talks

    New signs of tension between U.S. and Israel over Iran talks
    WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration’s dispute with Israel over Iran intensified Wednesday, even as Secretary of State John F. Kerry prepared to visit Capitol Hill to ask lawmakers to hold off on new sanctions that could disrupt pending...
  • 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-...