Secret plans for a do-over included brute force and a daring transport plane redesign: “It would have been World War III.”
Congress plays bad cop on Iran as Obama’s diplomatic outreach continues
Iran’s leaders don’t worry we’ll nuke them. They worry we’ll never trust them.
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Their possible handshake in New York didn’t work out. But Barack Obama and Iranian president Hassan Rouhani made up for it today with a phone call that amounted to the first direct contact between an American president and an …
Exchange comes as the countries eye a possible diplomatic solution to their years-long standoff over Iran’s nuclear program
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Administration officials suggest Iran got cold feet, despite days of talks
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Before pulling the trigger on Iran, the U.S. should review how Bush nearly drove Saddam Hussein from power without an invasion
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