"The purpose of the military is to kill people and break things," he said.
The heir apparent to the role of Senate Democratic leader is poised to break with Obama.
Her in-state colleague Charles Schumer is perhaps the most important Senate vote on the nuclear...
He said the administration's diplomacy-versus-war argument is "absurd."
The Tennessee Republican is increasingly skeptical of the deal.
The Foreign Relations Committee chairman suggested lawmakers could take it up later this year.
Laura Holgate has spent the last six years as a top aide on weapons of mass destruction.
The Senate will turn to the nuclear deal when it returns from the August recess.
Soldiers reported hearing gunfire at the installation at around 8 a.m.
Troops from Fort Hood, Texas, will join the coalition task force.
Sen. Chris Murphy said it's "pure fantasy" to think Congress can force a better deal.
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Walker and Cruz said they would cancel the deal if president.
The agreement "is not about becoming friends with Iran," Sen. Jeanne Shaheen said.
A think tank said Iran might be trying to remove "incriminating evidence."
"Everything in this Congress squeaks by," he said during a private meeting with journalists.
Grassley tied his move to delays over his questions about Clinton's emails and a top aide.
Obama responded to Rep. Steve Scalise, denying GOP claims of "secret side deals."
The Maine senator said he had "never faced a more difficult decision."
Corker: “I would say most members left here with greater concerns... than they came in with."
The men allegedly back the Nusra Front in Syria.
"I didn't see the final documents. I saw the provisional documents," Wendy Sherman said.
"What I'm asking for is President Obama to join us in rising to the moment," he said.
Republicans want the so-called "side deals" submitted to Congress for review.