Will the president have as equally bold and far-reaching a plan as George W. Bush did?
“We will need to bring a new sense of urgency to diplomatic efforts," Rep. Adam Schiff said.
"We're very close to a political agreement," Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker said.
An official said the U.S. will take action to "disrupt continuing, imminent threats."
Sen. Bob Corker said he's confident his bill on a nuclear deal will have 67 votes.
Sanders' provision is a reaction to the Senate GOP budget's hike in defense spending.
The bill would promote relations between Israelis and Palestinians.
Kerry expresses his "deepest condolences" as talks with Iran hit a critical phase.
The Obama administration reportedly pressured Germany not to help Snowden.
ISIS runs a cutting-edge recruiting program.
McCain says Afghan President Ghani is "on board" with keeping more troops in Afghanistan.
Denis McDonough will speak to J Street, a pro-Israel group critical of Netanyahu.
"There was money moving that included taxpayer U.S. dollars," John McLaughlin said.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy said president wants to be trusted on Iran deal.
"The president has his priorities so screwed it, it's unbelievable," McCain said.
“It’s a shot across the bow,” said one former ambassador.
France reportedly wants only a “symbolic easing” of sanctions over the next decade.
The administration is making gestures of goodwill ahead of the deadline in the nuclear talks.
Iran should mark the Persian New Year by releasing the four prisoners, Obama said.
The attacks targeted mosques of the Houthi group, which recently seized power.
Iran demands immediate repeal of all sanctions.
It matches the amount House Republicans are seeking in their budget.
The amendment creates a reserve fund to improve diplomatic security overseas.
Anthony Blinken said pieces of the nuclear accord could remain classified.