Republicans want the so-called "side deals" submitted to Congress for review.
He said there is "no other available alternative" to keep Iran from getting a nuclear weapon.
"Patient diplomacy can achieve what isolation and hostility cannot," he said.
"Oppose this bad deal," Netanyahu bluntly told thousands of Americans.
Rep. Ed Royce writes it is "imperative" that the agreements be submitted to Congress.
J Street is targeting five states with a new ad.
An article raised questions about Graham's military service.
Pentagon says strikes could target groups other than ISIS if rebels are threatened.
A website alleged that Javad Zarif’s son was the best man at Vanessa Kerry's wedding.
“No scoop should be too good to verify," Cummings scolded.
Elizabeth Warren had previously declined to take a firm stance on the agreement.
A U.S. Marine general said U.S. efforts against ISIS were having effects on the battlefield.
"I'm going to vote against the Iran deal," said Rep. Steve Israel (N.Y.).
"It is clear that this is a bad deal," said Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Boxer's support could influence other Democrats in favor of the deal.
It's unclear whether the United States will try to get them back.
The Senate leader said he hopes for a "thorough, thoughtful and respectful debate."
Rep. Rice is the second New York House Democrat to oppose the deal in recent days.
The No. 3 Senate Democrat is under heavy pressure from pro-Israel groups and the White House.
The flights will likely increase the number of coalition strikes in Syria.
Rep. Peter Roskam said 218 Republicans have signed on to his legislation.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) said there was no other credible alternative.
The secretary of State is beginning a tour of the Middle East.
The key issues explained, as the administration seeks to sell the nuclear agreement.