Iran, US say some headway made in 'difficult' nuclear talks
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry left Vienna early on Thursday after six hours of talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton the previous day, but his officials remained to ...
US Stands Firm On Iran Deadline
AP NewsBreak: Iran Looks at Compromise Nuke Offer
'Substantial Work' Said to Remain in Iran Nuclear Talks
Iran's 'Shadow Commander' Steps Into the Limelight
Fars, which is affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, boasted that The Guardian had noted the role of Major General Qassem Suleimani, the leader of Iran's Quds Force—the branch of the Revolutionary Guards responsible for overseas ...
A Dangerous Bargain: Don't Sacrifice a Strong Nuclear Deal with Iran for Help ...
Iran News Round Up - October 16, 2014
Iran could pose a greater threat than Isis, says Andrew Nikolic
Nearing disaster on Iran?
Washington Post (blog)
If there is yet another extension, Iran will stave off the resumption or increase of sanctions and certainly any chance of U.S. military action. It also will make it hard for Israel to act independently while talks are “still progressing.” If there is ...
What's at Stake in Iran Nuclear Talks?
An Iranian nuclear agreement is the Obama administration's grandest foreign policy objective, a legacy-defining endeavor that holds the prospect of ending the gravest potential threat to Israel and the Middle East and reintegrating Iran into the world ...
New York Times
Motivational Speaker Finds Eager Audiences in a Struggling Iran
New York Times
Shiite Muslim clerics traditionally are the ones who advise Iranians on how to eat, pray and love in Iran, and Mr. Hellat is careful to emphasize that his teaching in no way supplants religion. “What I do is motivational psychology, this is something ...
New York Times selling trips to Iran: A geopolitical disgrace
Welcome to the once-forbidden land of Iran." Wow. You'd never know that Iran is developing nuclear weapons, supports terrorism, poses a mortal threat to Israel, and has been hostile to the United States since its seizure of American hostages back in 1979.
Iran Loses Big Again in Beirut Bombing Case
In yet another demonstration that the wheels of justice grind so slowly that it's sometimes hard to see that they are moving, a federal judge in Washington, D.C. has slapped Iran with another whopping financial penalty for the 1983 Marine Corps ...
Iran loses Beirut bombing case
Most art forms in Iran are illegal. Artists shirk the law by going underground
Tehran is the seat where most of Iran's artistic community resides and hopes to one day thrive, despite the tremendous censorship restrictions regarding who can perform and under which circumstances. Navigating these restrictions has become an art form ...
Why It Doesn't Really Matter That So Many Iranian Leaders Have Been ...
Yesterday, Reza Aslan, a creative writing professor at the University of California at Riverside and widely respected public commentator on religious affairs, tweeted that "Iran currently has the highest number of US college alums serving in any ...
US sees some progress in Iran nuclear talks, still aims for November deal
VIENNA (Reuters) - A senior U.S. official said some progress was made in high-level nuclear negotiations with Iran on Wednesday but much work remained to be done, adding the goal was still to reach a deal by a late November deadline. The State ...