Mother of Amir Hekmati, Former U.S. Marine Jailed in Iran, Pleads with Obama

From ABC News Radio, July 22, 2014 (Washington) [White House’s NSC spokesperson acknowledges receipt of Mrs. Hekmati’s letter and confirms they have raised the plight of three Americans held in Iran “on sidelines” of nuclear talks.] The mother of a United States-born former Marine accused of espionage in Iran recently pleaded with President Obama “not to forget” her son’s plight…

U.S. Lawmakers Seek Greater Say on Iran Nuclear Agreement

By Patricia Zengerle, July 24 2014, Reuters WASHINGTON – U.S. Republican lawmakers introduced legislation on Wednesday that would force President Barack Obama to submit quickly to Congress any comprehensive nuclear agreement with Iran and give lawmakers the chance to reject the deal and reimpose sanctions. The five senators introduced their bill just five days after Iran…

Iran nuke talks extended by 4 months, Iran will receive $.7 Billion per month from U.S. sanctions relief. WHAT DID AMERICA GET? NOTHING, AGAIN!

By Rebecca Shimoni Stoil, TOI and AFP, July 19, 2014 VIENNA – Iran and world powers struck late Friday a deal to extend their Sunday deadline to strike a nuclear accord easing fears Tehran will get the bomb, negotiators in Vienna revealed. With the extension of talks, Iran committed to taking additional steps that US…