The photos indicate the removal of "potentially incriminating traces of activity."
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is enforcing timeliness.
"It was also perhaps the most nerve-wracking," an emotional Kerry added.
Rep. Dennis Ross says Obama has "sold his soul to Iran."
The lawmakers are worried about John Kerry's statements about visa waivers.
The GOP senator said the administration should first seek answers on what happened.
Photos show kneeling Americans with their hands on their heads.
The vice president says there was nothing "to apologize for."
Iran has reportedly filled the core of its Arak heavy water nuclear reactor with cement.
Iran has cut off Saudi imports as the regional powers square off.
At least four countries have rolled back diplomatic ties with Iran.
An official vowed "appropriate actions" if Iran violated U.N. resolutions.
The lawmakers claim to want to observe Iran's Feb. 26 elections.
The House is slated to take up repealing ObamaCare on Groundhog Day.
A bipartisan pair of lawmakers is drafting a resolution to pressure the administration.
The Arizona Republican said there was "no reason ever" to make her do so.
A GAO report couldn't identify companies that sell the tech to Iran.
She said the nuclear deal has "served us well" by improving relations.
The sailors were treated well, Kerry said, and given food and blankets.
"It won't be the final humiliation," the GOP lawmaker added.
Republicans will also decamp to Baltimore for their annual retreat.
"Obviously, it’s something that we’re concerned about," a top U.S. envoy said.
Pat Toomey's comments come after reports that Iran tested a ballistic missile.
The effort follows last week's determination that Iran halted its nuclear efforts in 2009.