Obama said, “There is still some hard negotiating to be done.”
White House says talks will extend past Tuesday's deadline.
The Iranian foreign minister departed Vienna early Sunday.
Barack Obama is turning his attention to the unfinished business of his presidency.
His views and actions suggest otherwise.
The president met with François Hollande at the G-7 summit.
Because of Israel's self-defense operations, America and its allies do not currently face Islamist...
The increase comes ahead of a June 30 deadline to reach a nuclear deal.
Iran’s foreign minister said any timetable ought to be agreeable to both sides.
The French ambassador to the U.S., Gérard Araud, suggested a "fuzzy end" to talks.
"We will not accept unreasonable demands," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said.
The Saudi king's absence underscores that Obama is at the brink.
Negotiators now have an extra week to finalize the deal.
“I would hope this is not the final round of talks,” Michael Hayden said.
The harsh criticism came in an annual report on the status of human rights.
For Tehran, money buys weapons, and weapons buy power and influence.
Obama has a great deal in common with the GOP icon.
Lew spoke over shouted comments at The Jerusalem Post conference in New York.
Strategists are rolling out a specious new argument: All was well until Obama messed it up.
An American cyberattack on North Korea half a decade ago was fruitless overall, sources say.
Iraqi leaders had their own objectives, which ran contrary to US national security.
"If Iran has a nuclear weapon, it’s my name on this,” Obama said in an interview.
There is only one sheriff in town, and that sheriff better put on his badge.
Rebels are struggling to grab as much ground as possible before a U.N.-imposed cease-fire.