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U.S. Senate panel advances Iran sanctions bill

Thursday, 29 January 2015 14:18

By Patricia Zengerle

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate Banking Committee voted 18-4 on Thursday to advance a bill that would toughen sanctions on Iran if international negotiators fail to reach an agreement on Tehran's nuclear program by the end of June.

However, the bill is not expected to come for a vote in the full Senate until at least March 24, after a group of senators, in the face of President Barack Obama's threat to veto the measure, reached an agreement to hold off for two months to allow time to reach a diplomatic solution.

By Doina Chiacu and Susan Cornwell

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Secret Service cannot hire new agents for the next presidential election or make improvements at the agency until Congress settles a dispute over funding, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said on Thursday.

Johnson said in a speech in Washington that uncertainty over the budget for the Department of Homeland Security, which secures U.S. borders, airports and coastal waters and protects the president, had put security initiatives on hold.

Gov. Bobby Jindal's administration has pushed back the presentation of his midyear budget cut plan to the Legislature's joint budget committee two more weeks.

Legislators will

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    Bible unburned in spite of fire. The Word will never lose it's power. Eglise Vie Abondante, Harobanda. Niamey, Niger. (Danette Childs)

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    (Danette Childs)

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    (Danette Childs)

Neal and Danette Childs knew they were in danger.

From their compound in Niger’s capital city they could see three churches burning. The smoke was filling their home.

Aaron Hernandez opening statements delivered
Thursday, 29 January 2015 14:18

Jurors in the murder trial of former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez are scheduled to hear attorneys' opening statements Thursday on whether the one-time NFL star worth $40 million killed a semipro football player.

Clinton camp split on when to launch campaign
Thursday, 29 January 2015 14:12

Washington (CNN)An internal debate among Hillary Clinton supporters about the timing of when she should launch her expected campaign for the presidency has erupted once again.

Several Democrats have told CNN that there is a desire on the part of Clinton and her innermost circle to go as late as possible. But the potential for a summer start to the official Clinton 2016 campaign, first reported this morning by Politico, is only one of the options on the table.

An MRI on Thursday morning revealed Pelicans All-Star power forward Anthony Davis has a Grade 1 strain to his adductor (groin) and will be day to

The potential for the LHSAA to split all sports' postseasons across select/nonselect lines burst into the public conscious last year as Norman Booker addressed the general

LSU basketball has won five of its past six SEC contests, but the Tigers have specialized in nail-biting victories.

On today's edition of Talkin' Tigers, sports

New Orleans is in a major slump when it comes to hosting big sporting events.

Take a stroll to the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation' website.

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