New York Times
Oil Price Would Skyrocket if Iran Closed the Strait of Hormuz
New York Times
HOUSTON — If Iran were to follow through with its threat to blockade the Strait of Hormuz, a vital transit route for almost one-fifth of the oil traded globally, the impact would be immediate: Energy analysts say the price of oil would start to soar ...
Europe moves toward oil embargo against Iran
Iran's Real Weapon Of Mass Destruction Is Oil Prices
Europeans Plan Oil Embargo on Iran
Family Pleads for Help for American Detained in Iran
27, 2011: In this video frame grab image made from the Iranian broadcaster IRIB TV, US citizen Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, accused by Iran of spying for the CIA, sits in Tehran's revolutionary court in Iran. DETROIT – The family of an Iranian-American ...
Family: Iran detainee needs better legal help
Family 'Agonizing' Over Fate of US 'Spy' Facing Death Penalty in Iran
Iran strives to play spoiler in Afghanistan
KABUL — Worried that US troops could stay in Afghanistan beyond 2014, Iran is mounting an aggressive campaign to fuel anti-American sentiment here and convince Afghan leaders that a robust, long-term security partnership with Washington would be ...
The Global Note: Murder At Sandringham…Talking to the Taliban…Iran Takes A ...
Iran currency rebounds on pledges of stability after new US sanctions drive it ...
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's national currency rebounded Wednesday from record lows after the central bank chief acknowledged with rare candor that the “psychological effects” of new US sanctions were partly responsible for the devaluation and said the ...
Iran's currency crash a blow to Ahmadinejad
Iran cbank bolsters rial after sanctions plunge
Iran capable of handling US-led sanctions
Christian Science Monitor
Bomb Iran? Where Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum stand.
Christian Science Monitor
The two strongest Republican candidates to emerge from the Iowa caucuses, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum, both are open to bombing Iran's nuclear weapons program. By Scott Baldauf, Staff Writer / January 4, 2012 Republican presidential candidate, ...
Republican contenders talk tough on Iran
The AC360 Weekly Buzz: Iowa caucus, Edith and Carolyn, Romney, Iran, murder ...
Bomb Iran (Rick Santorum) versus withdraw from the world (Ron Paul)
US-Iran Tensions: Mideast Showdown Builds As United States Tightens Military ...
WASHINGTON -- Storm clouds darkening over the Middle East suggest a growing peril for the United States and the possibility of a new war that could embroil the US, Israel, Iran and others in a bloody, costly fight. Behind this week's exchange of ...
Iran's nuclear fuel test won't hasten bomb production: experts
Analysis: Nuclear fuel test won't hasten Iran bomb: experts
Why take on Iran?
Iran will never give up uranium enrichment activities: spokesman
4 (Xinhua) -- Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said Wednesday that Iran will never give up uranium enrichment activities. "Enrichment activities will never be given up in our country," Mehmanparast told Xinhua. ...
Iran's new show of force
Iran dismisses sanction impact on currency
Iran Dismisses Sanction Impact on Currency
Geithner to discuss Iran in China, Japan visit
By Margaret Chadbourn | WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner will travel to China and Japan next week to discuss US sanctions on Iran and the state of the global economy with top government officials, the Treasury Department said ...
Treasury Secretary Geithner Will Discuss Iran on China Trip
EU agrees in principle on Iranian oil ban; US official to visit China to ...
Geithner headed to China and Japan for discussions on global economy and Iran ...
Islamic Republic News Agency
Iranian president expected to visit Latin America
Los Angeles Times
REPORTING FROM QUITO, ECUADOR, AND BOGOTA, COLOMBIA -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad plans a four-nation tour of Latin America beginning Sunday in an apparent effort to show he is not a universal pariah despite increasing tension between Tehran ...
Iran, Ecuador follow joint humane ideals: President
Ahmadinejad sets Latin American tour for talks, trade
MyFox Tampa Bay
Iran's Hormuz threat digs into wallets as gas stations
Anderson Independent Mail
By Jennifer Crossley Howard ANDERSON — Iran's threat to close a major oil trading port has raised crude and wholesale oil prices, leading to a 5-cent rise at Greenville-area pumps. Greenville gas averaged $3.04 a gallon Wednesday, 21 cents lower than ...
Gas prices could go up as tensions in Iran continue to mount
Iran Tensions Push Pump Prices Up 6 Cents as 2012 Arrives