Iran agreed in principle to ship most of its declared enriched uranium stockpile to Russia, where it would be refined as fuel for a small reactor producing medical isotopes . That means we can’t even see the fire works between Iran and Israel.. Boring again. Iran got scared of the western Bully, Iran you are a real Chicken Coward.. Shame on you Iran..
President Obama and Michelle Obama campaigning to bring the Olympics to Chicago. May be the senate is getting closer to get some kind of deal on the health care reform Bill.
David Letterman slept with his employees. Dam you David letterman How could you disappoint all those millions of young ladies who are already in love with you and worship you every night. Thou shall not comit adultery with just few ugly coworkers.
Combining hometown pride and political muscle, President Barack Obama lobbied Olympic leaders on Friday to give the 2016 Summer Games to Chicago, saying a nation shaped by the people of the world "wants a chance to inspire it once more."
The president and his wife, fellow Chicagoan Michelle Obama, put their capital behind an enormous campaign to win the Olympics bid. Never before had a U.S. president made such an in-person appeal.
Iran agreed in talks with the United States and other major powers Thursday to open its newly revealed uranium enrichment plant near Qum to international inspection in the next two weeks and to send most of its openly declared enriched uranium to Russia to be turned into fuel for a small reactor that produces medical isotopes, senior U.S. and other Western officials said.
Iran agreed in principle to ship most of its declared enriched uranium stockpile to Russia, where it would be refined as fuel for a small reactor producing medical isotopes, a US official said.
The agreement came after seven and a half hours of talks between Iran and world powers just outside Geneva, where Tehran also agreed to grant the United Nations access to a newly-revealed covert uranium enrichment plant near the holy city of Qom.
Health care legislation backed by President Barack Obama all but cleared a major hurdle in the Senate early Friday as Democratic liberals and moderates on a key committee closed ranks behind the most sweeping set of changes in a half-century.
Even as Republicans pummel President Barack Obama's health care proposals, some GOP leaders worry their party is being hurt by a Democratic counterattack: Where is your plan?