An extension appears likely.
The Israeli prime minister said he could not predict if an agreement would be reached.
The House Intelligence panel, Graham said, is “doing a lousy job policing their own.”
As the deadline nears, it’s more unlikely officials can reach a deal by Monday deadline.
The vice president announced $135M in aid for Syrian refugees.
Communication with Pakistan official prompted probe that diplomat shared secret information.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) called on the administration to provide lethal military aid to Ukraine.
McCain earlier this year said Obama's handling of Syria made him worse than Carter.
The lawmakers signaled that U.S. aid could be halted if attacks continue.
A GOP Congress might mean a more active and ambitious US foreign policy.
DOD had said the troops would wait for funding to be approved by lawmakers.
The planet had its warmest January to October on record, federal scientists say.
Kerry credited a "strong commitment by Tunisians from across the political spectrum."
Obama said an interim deal stopped Iran's nuclear program from advancing.
Sens. McCain, Corker and Burr are ready to push back on Obama's agenda.
Nineteen men and nine women were killed on a terrorist attack that took place on a bus.
Four years ago, Biden promised all troops would leave within four years.
Muhammed Murdi Issa Al-Zahrani had been held at the detention facility for the last 12 years.
Kerry and his Iranian counterpart cancelled plans to leave the negotiations.
President Obama will attend the anniversary of India's adopting its constitution.
John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart left Friday for final consult with their governments.
The detainees are heading to Slovakia and Georgia.
“Secretary Clinton created a fiasco. And we're going to investigate it,” Chaffetz said.
Officials say an extension is in the works; Secretary of State John Kerry denies.