Iran–United States relations
On the Iran deal, Sen. Bob Corker delivered the kind of bipartisan compromise that we need.
The State Department on Wednesday would not say whether sanctions on Iran would be lifted...
It weaves a procedural spider web for congressional review.
Ash Carter said if needed, the U.S. has a military option to stop Iran's nuclear program.
The group warned that acting before talks end could have "grave" repercussions.
Alternatives to a deal were far more dangerous than the status quo.
Sen. Reid accused Republicans of “empowering the ayatollahs” in Iran.
Republicans are planning to move forward with an Iran sanctions bill this week.
Supporters of Iran sanctions legislation need 67 Senate votes to override a veto.
Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) asked Secretary of State John Kerry to help jailed journalist Jason Rezaian.
At the very least, extending talks with Iran buys time.
The senator said the public wouldn’t “tolerate” the administration’s decision to bypass Congress.
Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian was arrested nine months ago.
Obama offers the American people a false choice between his deal with Iran and war.
The framework's terms mark a shift from President Obama's stated goals just 18 months ago.
The deal with Iran is a game-changer.
If Congress scuttles the agreement, it will be a slap in the face of our partners.
Ernest Moniz is making sure the U.S. delegation isn’t outsmarted by the Iranians.
It's better to delay Iran for 10 years without military action than two or three years with...
Feckless US policy toward terrorists has encouraged our enemies to expand their ambitions.
Congress should seek to understand diplomacy rather than scuttling it.
The hackers are going after energy companies, defense contractors and universities.
Obama's foreign policy agenda could face major obstacles with a GOP Senate.
Let’s hope American leaders are not so naive to buy Iran's tactics.