"This is the nature of their tricks and deceptions," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says.
"I believe we are hearing echoes of history," the senator said.
Shabtai Shavit said Netanyahu's visit to Washington "caused damage to the state of Israel."
McCain blamed increasing partisanship for the conditions that spawned the letter.
Rep. Trey Gowdy says she "created more questions than answers."
Jindal is the first official not serving in Congress to sign on with 47 Senate Republicans.
Biden said the letter is "beneath the dignity" of the Senate.
Foreign negotiators don't want to be forced to adopt new regulations from Washington.
American went missing eight years ago.
Policymakers are ignoring the dollar's appreciation at their own peril.
"Obviously, the president doesn't want us involved in this," the senator said.
The president vowed the U.S. would not accept a deal that allows a nuclear Iran.
At the UN, she built upon her landmark 1995 speech advocating for women's rights.
Secretary of State Kerry ripped the letter at a Wednesday hearing.
Russia is increasingly using Cam Ranh Bay to stage air missions.
It seems that the president will not hesitate to contradict himself.
Members of his panel aren't pressuring him to step down.
"I don't believe the Republican leadership was thinking clearly."
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) is pushing back against criticism.
The administration is imposing sanctions on Venezuelan officials for human rights abuses.
The lawmakers warn a nuclear deal will be at risk once Obama leaves office.
Deal "has to be ratified by the United States Senate," Sen. Wicker said.
"I think it's useful to remember who is your ally," he said.
Netanyahu said world leaders are not "compelled to reach a deal as soon as possible."