The International Atomic Energy Agency reports that Iran has produced close to 1,400 pounds of low-enriched uranium. If that material were to be enriched further, experts say it would probably be enough to make a single atomic bomb. The achievement is largely symbolic at this point.My emphasis in bold.
If you click "listen now" to Mike Shuster and Steve Inskeep, on today's Morning Edition, these words and phrases stand out:
"If that material were to be enriched, it would probably..."But the general sense, very subtly presented, in their exchange is that Iran should not be trusted. Moon of Alabama blog gives some further examples of false, sensational reporting by the MSM.
"that sounds kind of frightening"
"theoretically" [I counted that word used three times.]
"If they so chose, they maybe could go on to enrich it in a bomb"
"a theoretical threshold"