Iran nuclear deal
Lew thinks there will be enough support to sustain a veto.
OPINION | There is little incentive for skeptics in Congress to back the president.
Obama says he's confident "we're going to be able to make sure that the deal sticks."
“I was aware Sen. Cruz was planning to hold a pro-war rally,” said press secretary Josh Earnest.
The letter comes after Susan Rice acknowledged the so-called “side” agreements.
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The hypothetical deal that critics presumably would support is the stuff of fantasy.
President Obama's been criticized for not waiting for Congress.
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Rubio said the administration should "use every tool" to gain their release.
CBS's Major Garrett said he wanted to be provocative with question.
The agreement will insure Obama's legacy, but it will not bring peace to the Middle East.
"Let's do it in front of the American people," he said.
Republicans have seized on the issue to undercut support for the Iran deal.
Lindsey Graham, with his colorful metaphor, has it backward.
Iran-IAEA side deals become new issue for administration.
Rice says it's no secret that the IAEA and Iran were working on a deal.
Iran's leader said his country wil seek to defy "arrogant" America.
Republicans pounced on the decision following the U.N. Security Council’s 15-0 vote.
The vote paves the way for sanctions to begin being lifted in 90 days.
Dems don't want to oppose Obama but are wary of the deal.
Russia and the United States were at odds over lifting an arms embargo on Iran.
Obama outlined a litany of arguments for adopting the deal.
The Iran nuclear agreement leaves open more questions than it answers.