Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Friday that the administration will offer Iran modest economic incentives if Tehran abandons its nuclear enrichment program.
Political columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks debate the U.S. shift in Iran nuclear policy, the debate over Social Security reform, and the nomination of former Assistant Secretary of State John Bolton as U.N. ambassador.
The United Nations nuclear watch agency offered support on Monday for Iran's agreement to suspend uranium enrichment activities as part of a deal with European countries that would prevent Iran from facing U.N. Security Council sanctions.
By PBS NewsHour
Defying the United Nations, Iran said Tuesday it has started converting uranium into a gas needed for enrichment, a process that can be used to make nuclear weapons.
Iran said Monday it seized three British naval boats and arrested eight British crewmembers after their boat entered Iran's waters.
Following a strongly worded rebuke from the International Atomic Energy Agency, the government of Iran said Friday it would consider re-starting its nuclear program and accused the U.S. of exerting unfair influence over IAEA proceedings.
Iran's cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency has been "less than satisfactory" and must improve within months the organization's chief said Monday in a statement.
By PBS NewsHour
Conservatives reclaimed control of Iran's parliament Monday after controversial elections last week that were boycotted by reformists who called the vote a "historical fiasco."…
Iranians turned out Friday to vote in parliamentary elections that are expected to return control of the nation's legislature to Islamic conservatives.
The death toll from Friday's earthquake in the southeastern Iranian city of Bam has surpassed 25,000 and may continue to rise, Iranian government officials said Monday.
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