Iran says it now has more low-enriched uranium than the level agreed upon in the 2015 nuclear deal, from which the U.S. withdrew in 2018. In response, the White House says it will continue its “maximum pressure” campaign on Iran.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama hailed the nuclear deal with Iran on Friday as a "substantial success" and a model for future diplomacy, as world leaders took stock of the world's most worrisome nuclear threats.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
China's record on nuclear proliferation is facing congressional criticism as the Obama administration seeks renewal of a 30-year agreement that enables American involvement in the Asian nation's fast-growing atomic energy industry…
By Matthew Pennington, Associated Press
Japan plans to turn over to the United States more than 700 pounds of weapons grade plutonium and a supply of highly-enriched uranium, a victory for President Barack Obama's efforts to secure nuclear materials around the world.
By Mari Yamaguchi & Julie Pace, Associated Press
No Signs of 'Existential Angst' From Khamenei Despite Unprecedented Sanctions…
A U.S. delegation wrapped up negotiations in China, aimed at resolving longstanding economic and foreign policy issues. Ray Suarez reports on the progress of talks between Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Chinese officials.
Friday's surprise announcement that President Barack Obama would be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize drew both praise from backers of the president and criticism from some of his harshest critics.
International Atomic Energy Agency Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei announced Monday that an inspection team was heading to Syria June 22 to clear up the lingering mystery about a Syrian military site bombed in an Israeli raid in September.
CIA officials briefed House and Senate members Thursday on classified evidence, including a video, linking North Korea to a Syrian nuclear facility that Israel bombed in September 2007. A reporter discusses the details of the emerging story.
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