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The Nuclear Iran Playbook

If you like your uranium, you can keep your uranium.

photo of Reena Flores
November 26, 2013

There's a Butterball turkey shortage expected for the Thanksgiving holidays. But it should be fine: it's probably just a website problem. 

Plus, wondering how the Iranian nuclear deal went through? Late-night comics posit several theories, among them that President Obama promised Iranians that if they like their uranium, they can keep it.

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