As Secretary of State John Kerry works overseas to try to find an agreement on the Iran's nuclear ambitions, his efforts may be stymied by lawmakers back home.
The Voice of Russia: November 14, 2013
A top US official called on eastern European nations to cast aside "old hatreds and grievances" and work towards reconciliation and democracy for all.
AFP: November 14, 2013
The US State Department has distanced itself from recent comments by Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan that “there is no country named Cyprus.”
eKathimerini: November 14, 2013
The EU and US are to begin a second round of negotiations towards creating the world's biggest free-trade deal.
BBC: November 11, 2013
Mary Nenos was one of the first members of St. John Greek Orthodox Church when it was founded in 1956.
Tbo.com: November 9, 2013
Foreign ministers from the United Nations contact group are flying to Geneva on short notice, including U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, amid expectations that they will finalize a preliminary agreement to limit Iran's nuclear program and ease economic sanctions against Iran.
November 8, 2013
Negotiators from Iran and six world powers are meeting Thursday in their latest bid to resolve a decade-long standoff over Iran's controversial nuclear program.
November 7, 2013
Democrats win key elections in New York City and the state of Virginia, in the first major round of polls since President Obama's re-election in 2012.
BBC: November 6, 2013
Main opposition Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA) leader Alexis Tsipras will be in Austin, Texas on Monday November 4, to participate as a guest speaker in a two-day conference
November 4, 2013
While European nations are objecting to the American spying programs that reportedly targeted their populations and their leaders, U.S. officials say the program is misunderstood
November 2, 2013