Iran–United States relations
Rep. Mike Pompeo's bill stops the federal government from purchasing heavy water from Iran.
The 32 tons of heavy water will cost roughly $8.6 million.
Sen. Ben Cardin even suggested a "unilateral" U.S. response.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) said he will try to bolster funding in the appropriations process.
The lawmakers are worried about John Kerry's statements about visa waivers.
Bob Corker and Ben Cardin are urging Obama to cooperate with their oversight.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the U.S. military will remain "full speed ahead" in the Middle...
"We don't see this as a positive development," the Pentagon press secretary said.
It all comes down to business.
It's not so much the text of the plan as its context that should guide lawmakers' decisions.
The hypothetical deal that critics presumably would support is the stuff of fantasy.
The agreement will insure Obama's legacy, but it will not bring peace to the Middle East.
Someone at the department edited a video of a press briefing about the Iran nuclear deal.
But Thomas Shannon stopped short of saying the launches violated the resolution itself.
The retired FBI agent disappeared in 2007.
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian had been held for 18 months.
The 45-second video shows an Iranian ship firing “several unguided rockets” in the Strait of Hormuz.
The GOP attacks on the President Obama’s nuclear agreement are just getting started.
It's not clear if Beck will appear at the same time as Trump, whom he has disparaged.
She is the 29th Senate Democrat to back the agreement.
Israel has a tremendous stake in this debate, but there is no one "pro-Israel" position.
Lindsey Graham, with his colorful metaphor, has it backward.
Iran received everything it wanted; Americans got a precarious arrangement that jeopardizes...
Carter sought to reassure Israel and allies after an Iran nuclear deal was announced.