Credo Action is hoping to "put pressure on powerful Democrats with White House ambitions."
Spencer Stone is up for the Airman's Medal and could also receive a Purple Heart.
The agreement comes after North Korea threatened to resume war.
The administration is reportedly blocking a Pentagon risk assessment.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye is demanding an apology from the North.
State Department press secretary John Kirby said troops were "ready for action."
They said the conviction demonstrates Putin's "complete disregard for international law."
The president is planning a webcast to build support among a key demographic.
North Korea told its front-line troops “to be fully battle ready,” according to state media.
Nadler represents the district with the nation’s largest Jewish population.
He said the agreement "will set a terrible precedent for the future."
Citizens for a Nuclear Free Iran launched a nationwide ad.
The IAEA has an "immediate" need of $919,000 per month.
Rep. Mike Pompeo's comments come with support among Democrats on the rise.
The effort would reportedly cost $157 million over 15 years.
She's the 28th Senate Democrat to support the agreement.
Still undecided, Rep. Bill Foster (D-Ill.) brings unparalleled expertise to the debate.
Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali was killed in a U.S. military air strike on Aug. 18.
Kurdish forces turned over a mortar shell that may have contained mustard gas.
Sen. Pat Roberts vowed to "use all tools of the Senate" to keep terrorists out of Kansas.
Gen. Raymond Odierno will advise the company on managing cybersecurity risks.
Ash Carter said "Vladimir Putin's Russia behaves ... as an antagonist."
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the military services are investigating the names.
McCaskill said it would be "more dangerous" to reject the agreement.