Immigration will dominate the debate over the National Defense Authorization Act.
Corker didn't specify why the vote was being pushed until later in the afternoon.
The leaders of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Friday released a letter to President Obama...
The Iranian ships "encircled and followed" the U.S.-flagged cargo ship last week.
The Senate debates allowing Congress to review the Iran deal and the House takes up spending bills.
The State Department on Wednesday would not say whether sanctions on Iran would be lifted...
Kerry and other Cabinet officials will meet House lawmakers on Monday.
The framework's terms mark a shift from President Obama's stated goals just 18 months ago.
Sen. Bob Corker warned the White House not to go straight to the United Nations.
Sen. Tom Cotton said Congress should "act immediately" to approve new sanctions.
Administration officials say they’re hoping to finalize an agreement by the end of the month.
The letter reminds Obama that only Congress can grant permanent sanctions relief.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) was the only "no" vote.
The executives are traveling in anticipation of sanctions on Iran being lifted.
Sens. Cotton and Rubio are offering an amendment that could kill the Iran bill.
The deal's skeptics are getting more ammunition just as talks enter the final stretch.
The Senate may finally vote on Loretta Lynch's nomination for attorney general.
Rep. Dan Kildee (D-Mich.) called for Amir Hekmati's release.
The House and Senate are back to work after a two-week spring recess.
Ash Carter said if needed, the U.S. has a military option to stop Iran's nuclear program.
Criticism mounted after reports of a "breakthrough" weren't followed by a formal agreement.
"We will continue to isolate Iran as much as we can," said Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.)
The lawmakers say in letter that any deal must "foreclose any pathway to a bomb."
The man who spearheaded the GOP's letter to Iran speaks on CBS' "Face the Nation."