Netanyahu would speak to the joint session next month.
More and more countries are willing to take direct action to subvert stalemated talks.
“When what you’re doing doesn’t work for 50 years, it’s time to try something new,” he said.
Facing pressure from Obama, some signaled they have reservations about moving forward.
The State Department has no plans to evacuate the U.S. embassy.
Lawmakers want the Palestinian Authority to withdraw from an international court.
The new video demands $200 million ransom for return of two prisoners.
European policymakers have displayed a great capacity for self-delusion.
"We have got to take them on with everything we've got," David Cameron said.
He is reportedly planning to head to Cuba for a trade mission in the coming months.
Belgium officials stepped up security at foreign offices, embassies and Jewish buildings.
"For the most part, the Taliban would not let ISIL come into Afghanistan," the general says.
"I think the president is living in a make-believe world," Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said.
Obama said a sanctions bill "will all but guarantee that diplomacy fails."
Obama offered the French the continued assistance of the U.S. government.
Seventeen were killed in the attacks on a satirical magazine and a kosher market.
Saddiq Al-Abbadi and Ali Alvi are alleged to have helped an American join al Qaeda.
"We will push back strongly to register our displeasure," Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said.
Rebels have seized the Yemeni state media.
Rubio expressed doubts that any agreement will come out of nuclear talks.
The delegation will include two survivors of the Nazi death camp.
Afghan security officials said the men played roles in supporting the Dec. 16 massacre.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard calls for shift in tone from White House.
Obama warns sanctions could derail progress toward a nuclear deal.