Iran president pledges nuclear transparency

Posted: May 12, 2014 at 5:18 a.m.

Iran's president said Sunday that his country will not surrender what it considers its right to nuclear development but that it would be "transparent" in negotiations over the contested program.

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ACT ace sets sights on the stars

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/RICK MCFARLAND --04/22/14--  Liam Gunter, 18, works on his studies atop a large ottoman, his usual spot, in his Russellville home on Tuesday. Liam, a home-schooled student scored perfect on his SAT and ACT tests.

Liam Gunter of Russellville has lived in a lot of places in his 18 years -- Tennessee, Mississippi, North Caro... Read »

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Vietnam pushes back against China

Myanmar's President Thein Sein delivers opening statement of Association of Southeast Asian Nations leaders Summit in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, Sunday, May 11 2014. Concerns over China's aggressive behavior in the South China Sea were a key topic Sunday in the first regional summit hosted by Myanmar, which is hoping to demonstrate the progress it's made since emerging from a half-century of brutal military rule.  (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe)

NAYPYIDAW, Burma -- Vietnam and the Philippines pushed for stronger action to confront China's aggressive beha... Read »