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By PBS NewsHour
North Korea said it would withdraw from six-party nuclear talks and restart a key reactor Tuesday in retaliation for a U.N. Security Council rebuke of a recent missile test.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
One day after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said his country was open to talks with the United States and other countries on its nuclear program, the Iranian president announced further progress in its disputed nuclear program.
Marking a shift away from Bush administration policy, the State Department said Wednesday it would talk directly to Iran about its nuclear activities.
North Korea's launch of a long-range rocket on Sunday has brought new urgency to President Barack Obama's stated nonproliferation and arms control goals.
President Barack Obama met one-on-one with leaders from Russia and China in London Wednesday, announcing new cooperative efforts with each of the countries ahead of the G20 summit on the economic crisis.
Iran's uranium enrichment program, which can be used to develop weapons although Iran says it is for peaceful purposes, has prompted sanctions and sharp rebukes from the international community. In a Miller Center debate, four panelists discuss how the United…
A late winter storm on the East Coast shut down schools, grounded flights and caused hundreds of wrecks, and Ron Kirk, the nominee for U.S. trade representative, has agreed to pay an estimated $10,000 in back taxes.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice increased pressure on Pakistani leaders Thursday to cooperate with India to find the attackers responsible for last week's attacks in Mumbai.
A day after the Bush administration took North Korea off its list of nations that sponsor terrorism, the Asian nation announced it would resume dismantling its main nuclear complex.
Six nations have agreed on a draft U.N. resolution on Iran's nuclear program, but it does not include new sanctions, per Russia's preference, European officials said Friday.
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