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Latest Iran Items
Al Qaeda now threatens France, Denmark and the United States with attacks that will be "strong, serious, alarming, earth-shattering, shocking and terrifying."
Internet engineers and legal scholars are worried that amendments to a U.N. telecommunications treaty will give repressive governments more control of the Internet in their countries and could begin to undermine international sanctions against pariah states such as Iran.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has left Foggy Bottom, and social and religious conservatives have mixed feelings.
Iran has rushed to the defense of its regional ally, Syria, and vowed Israel will regret its "latest aggression" — the airstrikes over Syria last week.
Never mind that Iran's space-bound monkey may have died. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he wants to be the first human to launch under the nation's developing space program.
Chuck Hagel humiliated himself with rambling, evasive, stumbling answers to questions from his old Senate colleagues in hearings on his nomination as secretary of defense. He embarrassed Barack Obama, to the extent that the president can be embarrassed by gross incompetence in his administration.
When the White House released a photograph Saturday that shows President Obama firing a shotgun at Camp David on Aug. 4, it was intended to back up Mr. Obama’s previous statement that “up at Camp David, we do skeet shooting all the time” — a claim met with skepticism, both real and playful, by many on the political right.
Sen. John McCain came under fire Monday after posting a tweet that compared Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to the monkey the Iranian government allegedly launched into space last week.