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ReutersDUBAI (Reuters) - Two strong earthquakes killed 180 people and injured about 1,500 in northwest Iran where rescuers frantically combed the rubble of dozens of villages through the night into Sunday. Thousands fled their homes and remained outdoors...
Daily American Staff WriterNearly $60 million in new contracts and a new business initiative were announced Tuesday morning at a Johnstown Area Regional Industries press conference. The three announcements were complimented by U.S. Rep. Mark Critz, D-Johnstown — who...
KIAHIran's nuclear facilities are under cyber-attack again. This time, it's a rockin' new computer virus making the Iranians bang their heads out of frustration. The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran is claiming their computers have been hacked with a...
Associated PressMOSCOW (AP) — Russia launched a desperate bid Tuesday to save nuclear talks between six world powers and Iran from collapse and lessen the chances of a Middle East conflict that could draw in the United States. Failure to reach an agreement that...
email@example.comDavidsville native Lee Wible Jr., 67, spent more than four decades in the country’s space program often training astronauts or in mission control during Apollo missions to the moon. When astronauts stepped safely outside their spacecraft to conduct...
Television comedy can probably be divided into two eras: B.L. and A.L. — Before Lear and After Lear. Norman Lear's seminal 1970s sitcoms —"All in the Family" and its offspring, from"Maude" to "The Jeffersons" — used the laissez-passer of...
World NowAfter two days of contentious talks, Iran and six world powers negotiating over Tehran's nuclear program decided to refrain from immediately scheduling another high-level meeting and instead to convene lower-level officials to discuss technical issues....
In my Sunday column, I explained why we shouldn't expect a nuclear arms race in the Middle East if Iran manages to acquire the bomb. History indicates proliferation is rare, because most states facing nuclear enemies see no need to match their arsenals....
Tags: Iran, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran's Nuclear Program, Egypt
A spy story worthy of John le Carre began and ended 70 years ago this summer in Chicago. It had classic elements of an espionage tale — enemy agents landed from submarines, explosives hidden in the sand of an East Coast beach, orders written in...
Tags: FBI, Espionage and Intelligence, Germany, Theft, U.S. Military
Not long ago, an astute reader noted that it has been nearly two years since I wrote in a column that "most experts now estimate that Iran needs about 18 months to complete a nuclear device and a missile to carry it." His point — that those...
The drumbeat for war only helps Iran by driving up oil prices, undermining the effect of sanctions on its economy and stifling domestic opponents of the regime. President Barack Obama conveyed that message clearly and emphatically to the American Israel...
The Obama administration faces two dangers in its nuclear negotiations with Iran, which began in a burst of optimism last weekend after the two sides managed to get through a day and a half of talks without anyone walking out. One danger, of course, is...
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