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Latest Iran Items
The CIA thriller "Argo" continues to steamroll through awards season, winning the top honor for overall cast performance at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
About 1,000 Iranian workers have staged a protest rally in front of the South Korean Embassy in Tehran demanding the return of $70 million allegedly held by Seoul after a collapsed business deal.
The James Bond adventure "Skyfall" and the fantasy series "Game of Thrones" have picked up prizes for best stunt work from the Screen Actors Guild.
South Korean legal authorities have arrested a Korean-American on charges related to the illegal transfer of $1.09 trillion in Iran funds that had been frozen due to international sanctions.
Miracle on Ice Captain Mike Eruzione is selling the Team USA game sweater, stick and other gear he was wearing in 1980 as he scored the fourth and final goal during the stunning 4-3 U.S. Olympic upset of the Soviet Union.
If you're making a movie about WikiLeaks, this is the kind of thing you probably see coming.
The obvious question in my mind when I hear that former Sen. Chuck Hagel is superbly qualified to be secretary of defense is, how so?
Sen. John F. Kerry breezed through the hearing Thursday on his nomination as the Obama administration's new secretary of state, facing few tough questions and vowing to mind the image the U.S. projects in a post-9/11 world.
The sectarian war in Syria reportedly has claimed more than 60,000 lives and spawned concerns in the Middle East and the West about access to chemical weapons by non-state actors such as al Qaeda, Hezbollah and Hamas.