Kerry warns of 'nuclear arms race' if Iran gets the bomb (VIDEO)
New secretary of state tells ABC Iran's nuclear activity is increasing.
Pakistan: Sectarian violence threatens elections
Some Pakistani Shiites say martial law is the only thing that can stem the terrorist tide.
With Iran posed to be a regional player, US should find ways to repair relations
Commentary: Size and oil wealth means Western sanctions over nuclear issue are unsustainable.
Kerry says Iran has 'finite amount of time' for nuclear talks
Secretary of State John Kerry said talks with Iran about its nuclear program are time-limited.
Iran says working on 3,000 new uranium-enrichment centrifuges
Iran says it will produce thousands of new-generation centrifuges capable of enriching uranium.
Syria, Iran call US aid to Syrian rebels 'double standard'
Syria, backed by its ally Iran, has accused the US of hypocrisy for offering to send direct aid to rebels fighting to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.
Iran has highest rate of nose jobs in world
Iran has seven times the number of nose jobs each year than the US.
Argentina and Iran to probe AMIA bombing
Argentina has approved an agreement with Iran to set up an international truth commission to investigate the 1994 bombing of AMIA, a Jewish center in Buenos Aires.
Argentina’s bedeviled pact with Iran
Argentina and Iran agree to investigate the deadly 1994 blast at a Buenos Aires Jewish center. Trouble is, Argentine prosecutors reckon Iran was behind it, and Tehran won't let Iranian suspects be interrogated.
Telegraph mistakes Iranian plutonium production for news
As talks on Iran's nuclear program move ahead, experts weigh in on the meaning of the publication's "scoop" on a program that anyone paying attention has known about for years.
Iran nuclear showdown: a primer for mortals (UPDATED)
As urgent negotiations begin, here’s what you need to know.
Hints of progress, but no progress yet in Iran nuclear talks
Iran state TV cites a "comprehensive package of proposals," and western officials may offer sanction relief in exchange for some nuclear work stoppage.
Iran claims to have captured another "enemy drone" (VIDEO)
Enemy drone entered Iranian airspace during war games, claims officials, who are mulling over the release of images of the device.
Iran discovers uranium to triple nuclear output, state media says
Iran finds uranium to triple nuclear output; announcement sure to muddle scheduled talks.
Iran installing advanced centrifuges at Natanz plant, says IAEA
An IAEA report says that the country has begun installing advanced centrifuges at its Natanz plant while simultaneously reducing the stockpiling of uranium.
Hookahs, hash and the Muslim Brotherhood
Millions of Egyptians get stoned regularly, despite — or is it because of? — the conservative Islamic government.
In North Korea and Middle East, US should rework failed policies
Commentary: New strategies are needed to counter a new and threatening reality.
Iraq approves plan to pipe Iranian gas to Syria: Report
Iraqi officials move forward with an ambitious new pipeline plan.
Iran and the US agree to talk -- about Olympic wrestling
Iranian and American authorities agree on wrestling. It's a start.
Did Iran attend North Korea's nuclear test?
Multiple news outlets report Iranian scientists witnessed North Korea's nuclear test last Tuesday.
Iran's Fordow enrichment plant will never close: MP
Iran’s underground uranium nuclear enrichment plant “will never be shut down," a senior Iranian legislator said.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says Iran not building nuclear bomb (VIDEO)
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warns against anyone trying to meddle in nation's affairs.
Ecuador: Correa wins re-election, here's how
Rafael Correa handily won Sunday's election to a third term. Some fear he's amassing too much power.
Iran nuclear talks with IAEA fail to reach agreement
The meeting was the latest attempt by the UN agency to access Iran's nuclear sites and interview its scientists about what many believe is an undercover nuclear weapons program.
Iran agrees with IAEA on 'some points'
Iran claims "some differences were resolved" in IAEA talks.
Drum roll, please … State of the Union, 2013!
From North Korean nukes to Afghanistan pullout, global problems weigh heavily as Obama seeks to capitalize on the single best moment for his legislative agenda.
Iranian opposition leader Musavi's daughters interrogated
Iranian authorities question Mir Hossein Musavi's two daughters.
Iranian opposition members killed at former Camp Liberty rocket attack
National Council of Resistance of Iran says 6 dead, 50 injured in rocket attack near Baghdad, Iraq.
Kerry: US open to nuclear talks with Iran
At a State Department press conference, Kerry said Iran knew what it needed to do to address concerns.
Iran woos Egypt with loan offer, visa waiver
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has offered Egypt a loan as part of his efforts to build a strategic alliance with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi.
Iran: Khamenei opposed to idea of US nuclear talks
Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has opposed a US offer for direct talks about its nuclear program.