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In selling job to Congress, US officials list nuclear concessions they say ...
The Republic
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is telling members of Congress it has won significant concessions from Iran for extending nuclear talks, including promises by the Islamic republic to allow snap inspections of its facilities and to neutralize ...

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Telegraph.co.uk
Nuclear commander lost job after being caught playing fake poker chips
Telegraph.co.uk
After graduating from the US Naval Academy in 1979, Mr Giardina worked his way up the ranks as a career submarine officer. Among his commands were fast attack subs and vessels carrying ballistic nuclear weapons. Yet his career began to unravel last ...
Admiral fired from US nuclear command denies fake poker chips chargeThe Guardian

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Top Paying Jobs You Can Get With An Associate's Degree
Boston.com
Nuclear medicine technologists. Description: Use a scanner to create images of patients' bodies, and give radioactive drugs to the patients being scanned. Salary: Median annual wage of $70,180. Job Openings: 7,200 projected through 2022 Next.

The great start-up slowdown
Washington Post
PHOENIX — Usually on Fridays, Heather Jackson drives to the Palo Verde Nuclear Generation Plant, where she's a physicist, and she works a 10-hour shift. One particular .... “I think it's important to have jobs in America,” she added a moment later ...

Asia's Nuclear Power Plans Sends Uranium Up
Wall Street Journal
OT once demand is not a question anymore ... what he said ... accretion is supply and paradoxically ... wisdom ... may have been affected by ten percent ... supply ... has been ... influenced make a nuclear ... ugly ... face thirty five percent ...

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WYG bags Polish new build nuclear job
Building.co.uk
WYG has confirmed a contract, which could be worth up to £35m, to support the construction of Poland's first nuclear power plant . The global consultant announced in July that it had entered into a contract with Amec Foster Wheeler, which has been ...

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New York Times
Can Liberal Zionists Count On Hillary Clinton?
New York Times
Back in Washington, Ehrman hosted Clinton, who had landed a job on the Watergate committee, in her apartment for a year, and the two became close. Ehrman later drove Clinton to Fayetteville, Ark., telling her all the way that she was making a .... The ...

Washington (AFP) Dec 06, 2014 US Vice President Joe Biden Saturday dismissed the "malarkey" about efforts to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, and reassured Israel its security would not be put at risk. "There's absolutely no daylight, none, between us and the Israelis on the question of Israel's security," Biden told the pro-Israel Saban forum in Washington. "But as friends we have an obligation ...
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration is telling members of Congress it has won significant concessions from Iran for extending nuclear talks, including promises by the Islamic republic to allow snap inspections of its facilities and to neutralize much of its remaining uranium stockpile.
Brussels (AFP) - The EU's former top diplomat Catherine Ashton will continue negotiations with Iran on its contested nuclear programme after being named a special adviser by her successor, a statement said Friday.
The Air Force is court-martialing a nuclear missile launch officer on drug and obstruction-of-justice charges stemming from a criminal investigation that led to the disclosure last winter of a separate exam-cheating scandal that implicated nearly 100 nuclear officers.
By Adrian Croft BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Britain's Catherine Ashton will continue to play a key coordinating role in negotiations over Iran's disputed nuclear program despite stepping down as the European Union's foreign policy chief. Federica Mogherini, who took over from Ashton as EU foreign policy chief on Nov. 1, has appointed Ashton as her special adviser for facilitating the nuclear talks with ...
Iran and six world powers begin a final round of nuclear talks in Vienna Tuesday, six days before a deadline for a deal with differences still considerable despite months of negotiations. If the sides do strike an accord, it would consign to history a 12-year standoff between the West and the Islamic republic over its nuclear programme by making any Iranian drive to make atomic weapons virtually ...
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