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  • 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-...
  • Letters: France's own nuclear flaws

    Re "Stand by France," Opinion, Nov. 14 France's feisty objection to elements of the proposed Iran nuclear agreement may have merit, but Eric Edelman and Ray Takeyh are way off base writing that "France has an honorable history" in shielding the...
  • No new Iran sanctions now

     No new Iran sanctions now
    With exquisitely bad timing, a group of House members is urging the Senate to approve new sanctions against Iran in the middle of negotiations on a deal in which the Islamic Republic would suspend its nuclear program. On Thursday, 63 members, led by...
  • Lawmakers complain proposed nuclear deal yields too much to Iran

    Lawmakers complain proposed nuclear deal yields too much to Iran
    WASHINGTON – House lawmakers complained to Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Tuesday that a proposed nuclear deal with Iran yields too much by potentially opening the way for the Islamic Republic to continue enriching uranium at low levels. On...
  • New Iran sanctions? Not now.

    New Iran sanctions? Not now.
    Negotiating with Iran on a permanent agreement to ensure that it doesn't develop nuclear weapons is challenging enough. But the Obama administration simultaneously must deal with members of Congress who are determined to impose new economic sanctions on...
  • U.S. targets more companies, individuals for evading Iran sanctions

    U.S. targets more companies, individuals for evading Iran sanctions
    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Thursday blacklisted more than a dozen companies and individuals for allegedly helping Iran evade international sanctions, in a move aimed at showing it would maintain pressure on Tehran even after an interim...
  • White House adds to Iran sanctions blacklist

    White House adds to Iran sanctions blacklist
    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration added 17 foreign companies and individuals to a federal blacklist Thursday for allegedly helping Iran evade economic sanctions, a move intended both to maintain pressure on Tehran during upcoming nuclear...
  • Iran angered by fresh wave of U.S. blacklisting

    Iran angered by fresh wave of U.S. blacklisting
    WASHINGTON -- Iran complained Friday that U.S. blacklisting of Iranian firms and individuals this week violated the new international deal over its nuclear program, and suggested that it had halted talks in Vienna because of its unhappiness. In a...
  • U.S. promises caution as Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva

    U.S. promises caution as Iran nuclear talks resume in Geneva
    GENEVA — International negotiations aimed at limiting Iran's disputed nuclear program resumed Wednesday, with U.S. officials insisting they would take the time necessary to reach the best possible preliminary deal despite mounting pressure for a...