Rep. Brad Sherman (Calif.) said the deal "gets ugly" in later years.
"What I said is absolutely true, factually," Obama told CNN.
We must pay attention to potential adverse geopolitical effects of the Greek economic crisis.
Officials said no classified networks were accessed in the "sophisticated cyberattack."
Earnest says Obama was making a "passionate case" for the Iran nuclear deal.
The Foreign Relations Committee threatened to subpoena the administration over Malaysia's upgrade.
Obama responded to Rep. Steve Scalise, denying GOP claims of "secret side deals."
The nuclear deal doesn't lower "risks of travel to Iran for U.S. citizens," they say.
The men allegedly back the Nusra Front in Syria.
"The ayatollah constantly believed that we are untrustworthy," Kerry said.
"It is clear that this is a bad deal," said Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
A new coalition is pushing back against larger carriers' claims.
"The discussion about the day after is not very pretty," said Energy Secretary Moniz.
"I obviously profoundly disagree with the judgments made," Kerry says.
The program has come under criticism amid fears of potential terrorist attacks.
A think tank said Iran might be trying to remove "incriminating evidence."
He said the administration's diplomacy-versus-war argument is "absurd."
A voter education campaign led to the highest youth turnout in independent Guyana's history.
The Maine senator said he had "never faced a more difficult decision."
Obama suggested both groups want to torpedo the Iran nuclear deal.
Troops from Fort Hood, Texas, will join the coalition task force.
Republicans want the so-called "side deals" submitted to Congress for review.
"Oppose this bad deal," Netanyahu bluntly told thousands of Americans.
J Street is targeting five states with a new ad.