Iran nuclear talks
Netanyahu will address Jewish groups in the United States on the same day.
Hearings on the Iran deal will be held in the next few weeks.
Graham declared deal a “death sentence over time for Israel if they don’t push back.”
Top Senate Democrats are issuing hard-line demands for a nuclear deal with Iran, highlighting the...
Obama said, “There is still some hard negotiating to be done.”
White House says talks will extend past Tuesday's deadline.
Experts aren’t sure how long it would take Iran to develop a nuclear weapon.
Maneuvering on the left appeared to shift political calculations on Wednesday.
"We've made enough progress in the last days to merit staying until Wednesday."
Critics said the letter from 47 Republicans undermined the president's policy.
A bloc of Senate Democrats have said they won't support a floor vote until late May.
A vote on the Kirk-Menendez bill could put Dems in a tough spot.
“Things did change,” Kerry said of diplomatic momentum during the talks.
Schumer says he will carefully study the deal and make an "informed" decision.
An interim agreement set to expire on Friday will be extended to give negotiators more time.
Democratic opposition to the Iran deal would be politically troublesome for the White House.
Negotiators now have an extra week to finalize the deal.
The harsh criticism came in an annual report on the status of human rights.
Iran's foreign minister says Russia had made "the right decision."
Fifty-nine percent backs lifting sanctions for limits on Iran's nuclear program.
Key Dems hailed the plan while some Republicans called for even more flexibility.
Sen. Tom Cotton, a former infantry officer, calls Iran an "Islamist tyranny."
The administration is objecting to an up-or-down vote in Congress on a deal.
"It's difficult to imagine something more dangerous," he quipped.