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John Baird says he's skeptical about nuclear talks with Iran
CBC.ca
"I don't buy this PR job from the new president of Iran." Baird's skepticism about nuclear talks with Iran isn't new.The context, however, put him at the epicentre of the debate during a most critical moment. Netanyahu has left the Israeli election ...
Netanyahu Speech Raises Burden for Obama on Iran Nuclear TalksNew York Times
The Toughest Job At AIPAC: Selling Iran DiplomacyHuffington Post
Johnson, Ryan join Ohio's senators for Netanyahu's speechYoungstown Vindicator
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Nuclear Energy Hub Research Manager
Bristol Post
In 2011 the Bristol-Oxford Nuclear Research Centre was officially launched as a combined venture between two of the UK's leading research universities. Operating as a virtual hub, we have achieved significant successes with both research and funding.

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FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Co. elects Samuel L. Belcher as president, chief ...
Crain's Cleveland Business
In his new job, Samuel L. Belcher, currently senior vice president and chief operating officer of FENOC, “will provide overall guidance and strategy to the FENOC nuclear fleet,” according to a news release. Belcher replaces Peter P. Sena, who left the ...

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Now in Arms Talks, U.S. Energy Chief Once Warned of Nuclear Iran
Bloomberg
(Bloomberg) -- U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz has joined talks aimed at preventing Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons and brings decades-long experience to the table, once warning of that nation's atomic ambitions. As a nuclear physicist at the ...
Now in arms talks, Energy Dept. chief once warned of nuclear IranChicago Tribune

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Daily Beast
The Inside Story of Iran?s Stealth Jet Thief
Daily Beast
Before Mozaffar Khazaee's arrest, he had access to high-tech military hardware through his jobs with leading defense contractors. The work he did in the engineering field showed a technical acumen missing from his foray into espionage. When federal ...


CNN
Boehner: Executive Amnesty 'Will Continue To Be Litigated In The Courts'
National Review Online
“As you've heard me say a number of times, the House has done its job by passing legislation to fund DHS and block the president's executive actions on immigration,” he reminded the conference. “Unfortunately, the fight was never won in the other ...
GOP discord undercuts efforts to fund DHSWashington Post

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Chicago Tribune
Ferguson police showed routine racial bias, Justice report says
Chicago Tribune
The investigation, which began weeks after Brown's killing last August, is being released as Attorney General Eric Holder prepares to leave his job following a six-year tenure that focused largely on civil rights. The findings are based on interviews ...

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Canada's former foreign affairs minister is expressing skepticism about Iran as nuclear talks with that country enter a sensitive phase. John Baird described his concerns about a possible nuclear deal during a question-and-answer session at the annual gathering of the biggest pro-Israel U.S. lobby group on Monday. Thousands of people were on hand to hear Baird's remarks — delivered just before ...
The crippled daughter of a nuclear test veteran has been told she’s not sick enough to get help with her bills. Shelly Grigg , 50, was advised to quit her job and go on the dole to get benefits instead.
WASHINGTON - Canada's former foreign affairs minister is expressing skepticism about Iran as nuclear talks with that country enter a sensitive phase.
The Israeli prime minister has warned about the dangers of the Iranian nuclear program for two decades. He has shaped the debate, but will he influence the final outcome?
The Israeli prime minister is seizing the bully pulpit of the US House to deliver his stern message about the danger Iran poses to his nation's survival.
Former foreign affairs minister John Baird is expressing skepticism about Iran even as nuclear talks with that country reach a sensitive stage. Baird says he doesn't buy what he calls Iran's PR job, and is leery about a government that stifles dissidents.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is poised to deliver a stern message to the US Congress about the danger Iran poses to his nation's survival.
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