Female members of the House Armed Services Committee introduced a resolution Thursday.
There are now 115 detainees left at the facility.
Trump said Hugh Hewitt gave him "name after name, Arab name, Arab name."
The agency has not had an inspector general for more than 600 days.
Sens. Schumer and Cardin will join supporters of the deal.
Stewart is urging Congress to renew health benefits for first responders.
He wants to block lifting sanctions until Iran recognizes Israel and releases U.S. hostages.
Pentagon officials say signs point to Russia establishing a forward air operating base in Syria.
The GOP leader is warning Democrats not to block a resolution disapproving the deal.
Republican Study Committee bill cuts funds for Planned Parenthood, ObamaCare.
Some House Republicans want McConnell to invoke the "nuclear option."
The Kentucky Republican suggested Obama and Senate Democrats were OK with "winning ugly."
The vote was the last the Senate will take ahead of Thursday's deadline to stop the deal.
A source told NPR it is easier to include good news in reports than bad news.
"He has absolutely no respect for President Obama," he said of Putin.
"I consider this extremely grave," Sen. Angus King said.
The Pentagon said it would not reach its goal of 5,400 by the end of the year.
"We've seen this strategy before, it never works," he said.
Sen. John Cornyn said that additional votes on Iran this week are "still being discussed."
The Illinois Democrat called the administration's proposal "too modest."
Earlier this year, Army labs sent live anthrax to 50 states and nine foreign countries.
The Tennessee Republican says an extension of a sanctions law would have 67 votes in the Senate.
Army secretary is desparate to prevent sequester from returning.
The deal "is an important step," Vatican's foreign minister said.