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By Jon Gambrell, Associated Press
A top Biden administration official is pushing back against growing criticism from Iranian American activists calling on the White House to abandon its efforts to resurrect the Iran nuclear deal.
By Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, unions and some of the largest freight railroads are still negotiating with a strike deadline fast approaching, the war in Ukraine has energy costs soaring in Europe with leaders calling for a cap on electric…
In our news wrap Monday, some documents seized from former President Trump's home may be protected by attorney-client privilege, a judge in Georgia ordered Republican Governor Brian Kemp to testify before a grand jury on alleged attempts by Trump to…
State Department spokesman Ned Price confirmed that the administration's review of Iran's comments on a European proposal has concluded and it responded on Wednesday to the EU officials.
By Matthew Lee, Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
Iran's state-run IRNA news agency offered no details on the substance of its response, but suggested that Tehran still wouldn't take the European Union-mediated proposal, despite warnings there would be no more negotiations.
By Nick Schifrin
European, Iranian and American negotiators flew to Vienna last weekend to see if they could once and for all come to an agreement over Iran’s nuclear program. The Biden administration has been negotiating to reenter a nuclear deal from which…
By Isabel Debre, Associated Press
Diplomats say talks to revive Tehran's tattered nuclear accord with world powers in Vienna have ended as the parties closed a final text and key negotiators prepared to consult with their capitals.
Negotiators from Iran, the United States and the European Union have resumed months-long, indirect talks over Tehran's tattered nuclear deal.
By Aamer Madhani, Josh Boak, Chris Megerian, Associated Press
U.S. President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid stood side-by-side and declared they would not allow Iran to become a nuclear power. But they diverged on how to reach that outcome.
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