11/10/13 04:57 PM
With a first round of nuclear negotiations with world powers ending without agreement, Iranian officials looked ahead Sunday to parallel talks with the U.N.'s nuclear chief amid reminders that concessions by Tehran have limits.
By Susan Crabtree | 11/08/13 10:36 AM
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasted details of an expected deal between the U.S. and Iran that would freeze elements of Tehran's nuclear program along with limited sanctions relief just as Secretary of State John Kerry was arriving in Geneva to finalize the agreement.
By Associated Press | 11/08/13 07:16 AM
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — With coal-reliant Poland hosting U.N. climate talks, the fossil fuel industry will get a rare chance to play a more visible role in the global warming debate. But in a move that has infuriated climate activists, the Polish government will also preside over a high-level...
By Paul Bedard | 11/07/13 03:47 PM
Satisfied that it has muted Syria’s chemical weapon arsenal, the administration is turning its focus on the humanitarian plight of families caught in the nation’s civil war zone and is demanding that the Assad regime let relief operations and doctors in. U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power told...
By Susan Crabtree | 11/07/13 09:39 AM
President Obama is moving closer to his longtime goal of shutting down the controversial prison facility at Guantanamo Bay with plans to send a large number of remaining detainees back to their home country of Yemen.
By Susan Crabtree | 11/05/13 09:21 PM
The same day the White House touted Syria's agreement to destroy its chemical weapons as a major accomplishment of President Obama's second term, the envoy to the United Nations suggested Syria may be not be fully cooperating by keeping some chemical weapons supplies secret. Samantha Power,...
By Zack Colman | 11/05/13 12:46 PM
Nations are falling behind on their pledges to cut carbon emissions, making a rise in global temperatures that scientists warn could have catastrophic climate consequences more of a possibility, according to a U.N. report released Tuesday.
By Anthony J. Sadar | 11/03/13 12:16 PM
About the worst thing that can happen to science is for politics to control it. And that seems to be happening in the field of climate science, with the political culprit being the U.N.’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. One enterprising journalist investigating this sad affair is...
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