Cyber Attack Reportedly Slows Iran's Nuclear Program

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The New York Times reports that the US and Israel tested equipment just like that in Iran's nuclear program, which was partly disabled by the Stuxnet computer virus. Is Stuxnet the future of cyberwarfare? What are the risks of blowback and the immediate consequences for renewed talks with Iran? Also, House Speaker John Boehner is third in line for the presidency. Why won't he attend tonight's state dinner for China's President Hu?

Banner image: Iran begins to fuel the country's first nuclear power station on August 21, 2010 in Bushehr, southern Iran. Photo: IIPA via Getty Images