Iran–United States relations
Lindsey Graham, with his colorful metaphor, has it backward.
Iran received everything it wanted; Americans got a precarious arrangement that jeopardizes...
Carter sought to reassure Israel and allies after an Iran nuclear deal was announced.
Candidates say next president will have to reverse U.S. policy
Diplomacy should be celebrated, especially when it works.
What would be the legal basis for it?
Sens. Mark Kirk and Robert Menendez are seeking a 10-year extension of a sanctions bill.
It remains to be seen whether there will be an agreement by the June 30 deadline.
So far, the U.S. is pursuing "diplomatic communications."
The deal's skeptics are getting more ammunition just as talks enter the final stretch.
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 hypothetical deal that critics presumably would support is the stuff of fantasy.
The agreement will insure Obama's legacy, but it will not bring peace to the Middle East.
The Iran nuclear agreement leaves open more questions than it answers.
Trump is an outside-the-box candidate, just like Reagan was in his campaign for president during...
White House hopes for a nuclear deal with Iran seemed in danger of crumbling on Tuesday.
They are pressuring Obama to take a firm stand in the final negotiations.
For Tehran, money buys weapons, and weapons buy power and influence.
The Iranian naval patrol boat reportedly opened fired on a Singapore-flagged ship.
The Iranian ships "encircled and followed" the U.S.-flagged cargo ship last week.
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.