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Iran nuclear talks: A breakdown of the Vienna negotiations

Can the landmark 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers be restored? As Iran and six global powers gather in Vienna Monday to discuss the tattered treaty, the answer appears to be no.  Since then-President Donald Trump withdrew from the agreement in 2018, Iran has raced forward with its nuclear program, making it all but impossible to simply turn ...

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China’s use of refueling aircraft during recent Taiwan sortie raises concern

China’s unusual decision to deploy a Y-20 aerial refueling aircraft during Sunday’s foray into Taiwan’s air defense buffer zone may be indicative of the country’s ambition to extend its military reach and capabilities in the region, according to a report. On Sunday, Beijing deployed 18 fighter jets and five H-6 bombers, that have nuclear capabilities, Reuters reported. The report said ...

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Duke University pro-Israel group denied recognition by student government, admin overrules

The Duke University administration will provide support to a pro-Israel student organization originally denied official recognition by the student government. In a statement made by the Duke University President Vincent E. Price and Provost Sally Kornbluth on Nov. 24, the two said that the university has found ways for the group to receive financial and program support without a formal ...

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10-minute savory pumpkin hummus: Try the recipe

It’s fall, y’all. Break out the pumpkin bread, pumpkin spice lattes, and pumpkin hummus. Yes, hummus. “Savory pumpkin hummus is the perfect fall-inspired tailgating dish! Make the dip ahead of time and bring it with you on game day and serve it with chips, crackers, or fresh vegetables,” Emily Eggers at tells Fox News. “This is especially great if ...

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New Smithsonian exhibit features first 'genderless voice assistant'

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A new exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution features an interactive display that incorporates the first “genderless voice assistant.” The voice assistant, known as “Q,” is located at the FUTURES exhibit and the Smithsonian’s website describes it as a voice that “was synthesized by combining recordings of people who identify variously as male, ...

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