U.S., Russia Impatient with Iran

President Obama and Russia's President Dimitri Medvedev met in Singapore Sunday and shared displeasure over the current path of Iran's nuclear ambitions, suggesting that increased sanctions may be the next step. “Unfortunately, so far at least, Iran appears to have been unable to say yes to what everyone acknowledges is a creative and constructive approach,” said Obama of the offer to have Iran send nuclear fuel out of the country. “We are running out of time with respect to that approach.” Medvedev added, “We are not completely happy about its pace."