The U.S. government is offering to help Mexican authorities locate and recover hazardous radioactive materials that were stolen on Monday from a southern municipality in Mexico, a State Department official confirmed on Friday.
Iran announced that China has agreed to assist in the building of five new nuclear plants across the country, according to Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization (AEOI).
A bipartisan team of lawmakers is warning that Russia’s decision to arm Iran with advanced missile systems would significantly erode America’s ability to launch a military strike against the Islamic Republic’s contested nuclear sites, according to a letter sent Monday to the Obama administration.
Russia’s announcement on Monday that it will proceed with the sale of advanced missile systems to Iran crosses a so-called “red line” established by the Obama administration in 2010, according to comments by senior administration officials.
A senior Iranian military leader is claiming that the United States has conceded ground on a range of Iran’s so-called nuclear redlines just weeks after agreement between the two sides sparked debates and disagreements in Washington, D.C., and Tehran.
Hundreds of posters criticizing Hillary Clinton have begun cropping up in areas around New York City and Las Vegas, according to numerous photographs obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
The ads depict Clinton’s face in black and white and are accompanied by numerous phrases critical of the presidential contender’s high-profile efforts to ban reporters and others from using certain words such as “secretive” and “ambitious” to describe Clinton.
A delegation of House lawmakers have petitioned the White House to reassess its negotiations with Iran and to work more closely with Congress on the matter, according to a letter sent to President Obama on Wednesday that accuses the administration of doing little to prevent the Islamic Republic from obtaining a nuclear bomb.
Iran has described an agreement to curb its nuclear program as “not acceptable” days after the United States hailed the new framework deal.
A prominent university is rushing to do damage control after police were called to investigate the scrawling of swastikas inside a common campus area, according to university officials and sources apprised of the incidents.
Just hours after the announcement of what the United States characterized as a historic agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, the country’s leading negotiator lashed out at the Obama administration for lying about the details of a tentative framework.