Secretary John Kerry will defend the deal to a skeptical Congress.
"It’s important for them to be a part of that conversation," Obama said.
“The key lesson of the 1930s is that appeasement leads directly to war,” Kirk says.
The comedy website paired up with New Security Action, a progressive outside group.
They say the panel has held "no hearings at all since January."
When asked to leave, Issa left. "it wasn't a big thing," he said.
The campaign blamed the image — which was quickly deleted — on a "young intern."
Carter sought to reassure Israel and allies after an Iran nuclear deal was announced.
The Iran nuclear agreement leaves open more questions than it answers.
Rep. Jackie Speier said time is of the essence for active duty troops.
“Our issues with Iran are far from resolved," said Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.).
But the Republican leader said lawmakers will work against a bad deal.
The size of the operation and the secretive nature of the exercises have created deep unease.
McCain said he's 'very much worried' the president will veto the bill.
Rep. Randy Weber said the Iran deal amounted to “capitulation.”
A Democratic Nevada state senator and retired Army officer praised the visit in a recent op-ed.
A war of words between the two leaders is only going to increase.
Arizona State Sen. Kelli Ward will challenge Sen. John McCain.
The deal should have been a treaty sent to the Senate, Rep. Michael Turner said.
State Sen. Kelli Ward has a record of "bizarre statements," a spokesman said.
"I’m concerned the redlines we drew have turned into green-lights," he said.
He said he would review the Iran deal "to make sure that it is effective and strong."
Committee will look into report that many seeking care have died.
The 159-page document covers nuclear disarmament, sanctions relief and monitoring.