- President Barack Obama is ordering far-reaching changes to the nation's immigration laws that will allow nearly 5 million people, including parents and young people, to avoid deportation.
- Democratic Leader Marilyn Kirkpatrick today announced members of her leadership team for the 2015 session, where Teresa Benitez-Thompson and Maggie Carlton will serve as Co-Assistant Democratic Leaders.
5 International Stories You'll Care About This Week 1. Iran Nuclear Deal Deadline Approaches
For more than a century, Vienna has been the capital of cloak-and-dagger intrigue, the center of Cold War spy games sitting on the edge of the Iron Curtain.
A generation later, it???s back center-stage as the United States and the other world powers race to do a deal with Iran before Monday???s deadline. The stakes couldn???t be higher. The lead US negotiator, Wendy Sherman, has said ???there???s no question that, if everything goes away, escalation will be the name of the game on all sides, and none of that is good.???
The talks have been focused on measures that would constrain Iran???s ability to quickly produce a nuclear bomb but allow it the ability to maintain what Tehran insists is a peaceful nuclear power program. The U.S. wants to turn back the clock, to ensure it could take Iran at least a year to build a bomb if it reneges on the deal ??? so fewer centrifuges for enriching uranium, eliminating its existing stockpiles of nuclear material and...
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