Iran's Rouhani says US-Iran enmity eased, but distrust will remain
WASHINGTON Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said in an interview with a U.S. television network that aired on Sunday that Tehran and Washington "have taken the first steps" toward decreasing their enmity due to a landmark nuclear accord. But Rouhani ...
'Iran, US have taken first steps toward decreasing enmity,' Rouhani says
Iran's Rouhani defends the nuke deal
More of 60 Minutes' interview with Iran's president
Iran nuclear deal: IAEA head visits Parchin site
Yukiya Amano, the head of the global nuclear watchdog the IAEA, has visited Iran's Parchin military site. Western intelligence agencies have long suspected that nuclear arms research took place at Parchin. Iran has denied this and insists its nuclear ...
UN nuclear chief visits Iranian military site
UN Atomic Inspectors Visit Iran's Parchin Site
UN Nuclear Chief Meets with Iran's Rouhani, Zarif as Deal Deadline Looms
John Kasich: Invoke 'nuclear option' to stop Iran deal
Washington (CNN) Ohio Gov. John Kasich believes the Senate should invoke the so-called "nuclear option," a procedure that would require 51 votes, not 60, to stop the Iran nuclear deal, he told CNN's Jake Tapper. "I think they ought to go to the nuclear ...
Kasich seeks procedure change to allow Senate vote on Iran deal
Kasich pushes for Senate 'nuclear option' on Iran deal
John Kasich says 'nuclear option' appropriate to force Senate vote on Iran ...
White House seeks Pope's help on US prisoners in Iran
The Obama administration has been quietly in touch with the Vatican about ways that Pope Francis can help free three Americans imprisoned in Iran — a major source of friction as President Barack Obama and Iranian leaders finalize their nuclear deal.
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Iran nuclear deal is done, but not the debate in congress
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WASHINGTON (AP) — It's a done deal, yet opponents of the Iran nuclear agreement won't go quietly. The 60-day congressional review period has expired, and last week the State Department outlined its plan to put in place an accord that aims to prevent ...
US Congress Continues to Debate Iran, Though Deal Is Done
Let's Be Real: Iran Has No Intention of Attacking Israel, with Nuclear Weapons ...
UN to inspect Iran nuke 'ambiguities' as opponents drag feet on US deal
Chris Wallace Grills Carly Fiorina on Doing Business With Iran
Host of Fox News Sunday Chris Wallace grilled GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina on the fact that while she was CEO of Hewlett-Packard, the company was illegally doing business with Iran. “Finally, there's a question that some of your rivals have ...
Carly Fiorina Responds to Criticism of Hewlett-Packard Sales in Iran
Fiorina faces grilling on Iran printer sales, layoffs
Carly Fiorina's controversy over HP printers sold in Iran, explained
Standard Chartered: The Iranian connection
Documents seen by the FT suggest that StanChart continued to seek new business from Iranian and Iran-connected companies after it had committed in 2007 to stop working with such clients. These activities include foreign exchange transactions that ...
Iran reassures Americans over death chants
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has tried to reassure a skeptical American public that when crowds in Tehran chant “Death to America!” they don't mean it personally. In an interview with the CBS show 60 Minutes to be broadcast Sunday in the United ...
Iran's president defends 'Death to America' chants
Iranian crowds chanting 'death to America' don't mean it personally, says ...
Rouhani talks Iran nuclear deal in "60 Minutes" interview
All in All, Iran Nuclear Agreement Is a Good Deal
The battle over approving the nuclear agreement with Iran may be over, but it isn't done with. Even after Congress approves the deal, international monitoring will be needed to ensure that it is implemented in full, with no deviations. That is the ...
Core legal shortcomings of Obama's Iran agreement
Iran Released Top Members of Al Qaeda in a Trade
New York Times
The government of Iran released five senior members of Al Qaeda earlier this year, including the man who stepped in to serve as the terrorist group's interim leader immediately after Osama bin Laden's death, and who is the subject of a $5 million ...