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Iran Nuclear Talks Extended Another Day

The U.S., Iran and five other world powers concluded their discussions over Iran's nuclear program on Wednesday, but only after agreeing to reconvene Thursday amid the Iranian foreign minister's urging to "seize the moment and use this opportunity which may not be repeated," NBC News reported. Secretary of State John Kerry is planning to remain in Switzerland for the talks because "we continue to make progress but have not reached a political understanding," according to Marie Harf, the State Department's acting spokeswoman. Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif warned that window for negotiations was closing, and rejected the "pressure" of international sanctions as a negotiating tactic. "Iran has shown its readiness to engage with dignity, and it's time for our negotiating partners to seize the moment and use this opportunity which may not be repeated," he said. Read »
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When Retired Army 1st Sgt. Seth Kastle returned home from his service in Afghanistan and Iraq, he found himself suffering from anger brought on by Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), NBC News reported. To explain his struggle with PTSD to his children, he wrote a book for them, called "Why Is Dad So Mad?" Kastle, who served 16 years in the Army Reserve, crowdfunded more than $6,000 — twice his initial goal — to hire an illustrator and publish the book. "In my book I talk about the fire inside dad's chest. To me, that's what it feels like," Kastle said. And his story has resonated with his 6-year-old daughter, Raegan. "No matter what, when they're mad or sad at you, they still love you," explained Raegan, admiring her father's book in her playroom. "There's always a fire in his heart, but no matter what, I know there's love." Read »
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Today we are standing on dry grass where there should be five feet of snow. This historic drought demands unprecedented action.  

— California Gov. Jerry Brown who issued an executive order Tuesday slashing water use in the state by 25 percent amid the fourth year of a historic statewide drought.
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