Dempsey: 'More, Better' Options Available on IranThe U.S. has more resources to militarily deal with Iran's nuclear program now, said U.S. Joint Chiefs Chairman General Martin Dempsey.
Barak: Iran Ought to be Listening to Us on NukesIn an interview with CNN,Ehud Barak said that Israel “meant what it said” on preventing Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons
Report: Iran Seeks Direct Nuclear Talks With U.S.Iran wants to open direct talks with Washington on nuclear issues, a report in the New York Times said Friday
IAEA: Talks With Iran 'Going Around in Circles'Talks with Iran over its nuclear program are “going around in circles,” said Yukiya Amano, director general of the IAEA.
N. Korea Preparing Fourth Nuclear Test: SouthNorth Korea appears to be preparing a fourth nuclear test as well as a provocative missile launch, South Korea said on Monday.
'North Korea Crisis Could Spiral Out of Control'UN chief Ban Ki-moon warns Korean peninsula crisis could spiral out of control, after North Korea announced it would restart nuclear reactor
North Korea Raises Nuclear Threat LevelNorth Korea raised the nuclear threat level against the United States on Wednesday, warning it could launch a pre-emptive attack.
North Korea ‘Serious Threat’ to US, Asian AlliesNorth Korean nuclear and military activities pose a ‘serious threat’ to the United States and its Asian allies, says US intelligence.
North Korea Escalates Anti-US Nuclear ThreatNorth Korean is raising the level of its anti-American rhetoric, threatening to cancel a decades-old armistice and launch a nuclear strike.
N. Korea Threatens Nuke Attack on Mainland USANorth Korea is threatening the US, claiming it has long-range missiles with atomic warheads capable of reaching the American mainland.
'Burning Barack Obama' in N Korea Nuke VideoA new propaganda video posted by North Korea threatens America and US Pres. Barack Obama with flaming destruction by a nuclear bomb.
‘No Deal’ Between IAEA and IranThe IAEA has failed to reach a deal with Iran on halting – or even slowing down – the country’s nuclear development activities.
New SK Missile Aimed at North Korean Leadership?South Korean officials have announced the deployment of a new missile they said could strike the office of North Korea’s leadership.
North Korea Confirms Third Nuclear TestNorth Korea conducted its most powerful nuclear test to date, in a striking act of defiance that drew condemnations from around the globe.
Israeli Source Confirms Fordow Nuke Plant ExplodedIsraeli intelligence source confirms underground nuclear facility sustained major damage in a “mega explosion” last week.
Nuclear Plant Shutdown II in JapanJapan is shutting down its nuclear reactors for the second year in a row for reasons connected to “safety standards.”
North Korea Announces Third Nuclear TestAs Japan prepares to shut down all of its nuclear reactors, North Korea announces it will soon launch a third nuclear missile test.
'Empty' Worries Over Southeast Asian Nuclear WarResidents of Kashmir have been warned to prepare for a possible nuclear war, but a local official dismissed the advisory as "routine."
'Syria’s Chemical Arms Matches Israel’s Nuclear'The chemical weapons arsenal of the Syrian regime is a match for Israel’s alleged nuclear arsenal, said defected general.
Pakistan Claims it Tested Nuclear Capable MissilePakistan on Wednesday said it has successfully test-fired a medium-range ballistic missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
5 Nuke Plants in Trouble From Hurricane SandyHurricane Sandy brought trouble to 5 nuclear power plants in the path of the storm, one just 40 miles from New York City, ABC News reported.
Inspectors Check Nuke Plants Ahead of SandyExtra inspectors double check nuclear plants in 5 states along the East Coast as Hurricane Sandy powers up. A7 readers, send pics!
Iran Adds More Centrifuges at FordowIran has added more uranium enrichment centrifuges at its underground Fordow nuclear plant, diplomats report.
Iranian Economy Hit by SanctionsWhile Iran is two to four weeks away from developing an atomic weapon, the jobs economy and currency are beginning to plummet.
Israel Opts Out of Nuclear-Free Mideast SummitIsrael has decided to opt out of a conference on the creation of a nuclear-free Middle East scheduled to take place in Finland.
Iran: We Lie to Inspectors on Our Nuke ProgramThe West has long suspected Iran of misleading it over its nuclear program – and now a top Iranian official has admitted as much
EMP Attack Could Throw Iran 'Back to Stone Age'Israel might attack Iran by using electromagnetic pulses (EMP) which could send the Islamic Republic “back to the Stone Age.”
Indyk: US Expected Israel Attack on Iran in SpringIsrael sent off signals that it would attack Iran, but didn't, said the former US Ambassador to Israel.
Report: Peres Working Against Iran Attack IdeaShimon Peres appears to be leading a coalition of officials who oppose Israeli action against Iran's nuclear program, a report said
11,000 Centrifuges in Iran Enriching UraniumIran now has 11,000 centrifuges enriching uranium, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says.
US Exempts Turkey From Sanctions Over IranThe US has exempted seven countries from economic sanctions in return for significantly cutting imports of Iranian oil.
US Company Interested in Turkey's Nuclear PlantU.S.-based Georgia Power is interested in joining Turkey’s nuclear power plant project, its CEO Paul Bowers announced.
Obama’s ‘Sanctions Czar’ in Israel: ‘More to Come’David Cohen, President Obama’s point man on sanctions, told Army Radio Monday sanctions against Iran are “biting” but not enough.
Turkey, Too, Has Nuclear AmbitionsTurkey’s first particle accelerator facility which PM Erdogan claims is intended to diminish dependence on external markets opened yesterday
Germany Goes Green, Abandons Nuclear PowerEurope's healthiest economy is planning to invest a huge sum in clean, renewable energy -- and is walking away from nuclear power.
Suspected Iranian Nuke Test Site IdentifiedAn Iranian building suspected as a test site for nuclear explosions has been identified through satellite imagery by a Washington think tank
Iran: Nuclear Facilities Immune to Cyber AttacksIranian official: "The country's nuclear facilities are immune to cyber attacks."
Iranian Scientist Killed in TehranAn Iranian scientist involved in the petroleum industry has been killed in a car bombing in Tehran. Two others were wounded.
‘Hundreds’ of North Korean Nuke Scientists in IranHundreds of nuclear scientists from North Korea, whose leader Kim Jong-il died Saturday, are in Iran, South Korean media report.
Saudi Arabia Plans to Acquire Nuclear WeaponsSaudi Arabia plans to obtain nuclear weapons, but its nuclear power will be for “peaceful use,” a former intelligence official said Monday.
Barak: No 'Sabotage War' Against IranThe recent explosions in Iran not part of a “shadow war” against Iran's nuclear program, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said.
Iran Claims Arrest of 12 CIA, Mossad AgentsAn Iranian official said that Tehran has arrested 12 people whom it claims are “CIA agents” who worked in coordination with the Mossad.
Iran Whitewashing Nuclear Test SiteIran is trying to cover its tracks at a nuclear testing site by removing traces of nuclear research, sources told Associated Press.
Iran Coy with IAEA on Mission RequestIran is being coy in its response to the UN request to send a mission to assess whether its scientists are building an atomic weapon or not.
Barak: We Cannot Come Off 'Wimpy' on IranSanctions remain the key to halting Iran's nuclear program, DM Barak said Thursday - but Israel was considering what comes next.
Report: Israel May Attack Iran on December 25Copying George Washington? A British report Thursday said that Israel may be planning to attack Iran's nuclear facilities on December 25.
Evidence of Fission Found at Japan Nuclear PlantEvidence of fission has been found in one of the reactors at the tsunami-struck Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant in Japan.
Report: Pakistani Nuke Ties Helped SyriaThe ”father of Pakistan’s atom bomb” worked with Damascus build a nuclear site in northern Syria, new evidence shows.
IAEA to Spell Out Concerns on Iran Nuclear TechThe UN agency tasked with overseeing international nuclear development is expected to detail its concerns on Iran.
France Won't Rule Out Strike on IranFrance may consider a pre-emptive military strike on Iran to stop its march towards obtaining a nuclear weapon of mass destruction.
Nuclear Research Group Accepts IsraelIsrael has signed on as an associate member of a prestigious European nuclear research group, a recognition of Israel’s achievements.
French Nuclear Plant Kills 1, Injures 4A blast and fire at nuclear waste processing center in France killed at least one person and Monday. No radiation leaks “right now."
Iran Dangles Bushehr, AgainIran's Bushehr nuclear power plant will be activated “soon” authorities said Wednesday – but after years of delays, no date was given.
Jordan Going NuclearJordan will announce the winning bidder for the construction of its first nuclear power plant in the coming months.
Iran: Zionists Killed Wrong ManIran changed its report that a nuclear scientist was assassinated and now claims he was a student. Either way, “American Zionists” did it.