Democrats want the U.S. to take in 100,000 Syrian refugees.
Rep. Kelly drew criticism for using a poster of the Twin Towers burning.
Rep. Nita Lowey said linking them would be the "height of irresponsibility."
Press secretary Josh Earnest said Republicans' plan to derail the nuclear deal would fail.
Obama will drastically increase the number of Syrians allowed to resettle in the U.S.
The event could complicate possible U.S. sanctions on Beijing.
Kerry wants to lift the 70,000 cap next year to help Europe handle a migrant crisis.
“We are waiting to see what happens and what the situation is," Walsh said.
Steny Hoyer laid out his reasoning in a 2,243-word statement ahead of an expected vote.
Adm. Michael Rogers said the military blocked another attack just one week earlier.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said he supports accepting more refugees from Syria.
Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) says the 9,800 U.S. troops should stay for the foreseeable future.
The vote underscored how controversial the accord has been with Democrats.
House Republicans want to see the side deals between Iran and the IAEA.
Sen. Chris Murphy's (D-Conn.) bill would allow the U.S. to take in more refugees.
The three leaders wrote an op-ed hours before Congress is set to vote.
She said accepting 5,000 more refugees "is far too low a figure."
It's rare for the president to greet a foreign dignitary upon landing in the U.S.
The union is running ads at Ronald Reagan National Airport.
“The president has been naïve throughout this whole process,” Barrasso said.
“We agreed to hold talks with America only on the nuclear issue," Khamenei.
She will support the deal at the Brookings Institution while urging caution.
The Iran deal will get 11 hours of debate in the House.
Peter Roskam wants the White House to release the text of the so-called side agreements.