A short-term deal, brokered by the US and UN, with the Iranian government over their nuclear program has been announced. This marks the first time in over 30 years, that the US and the Iranian government have successfully engaged in formal diplomatic relations of any substance, and decreases the likelihood of an eminent military showdown.
Of course, a lot depends on whether Iran will be serious about complying. The usual complement of rightwing, chickenhawk, blowhards lined up instantly to condemn the deal before they had even read it, insisting that Iran can't be trusted, no matter what. Similarly, even more rightwing theocratic blowhards in the Iranian legislature are similarly skeptical about a deal with the "Great Satan". And, of course, nutty Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, immediately said he wouldn't recognize the agreement. No kidding, considered that you weren't invited to the negotiations nor asked to sign it. It seems that religious extremists in the US, Israel, and Iran all prefer conflict to diplomatic solutions, and seem to have vested interests in keeping their little holy wars going.