James Clapper said that the U.S. should be able to make sure Iran doesn't cheat.
“Dick Cheney is a war criminal,” a protester yelled.
Iran will take center stage this week in both the House and Senate.
Sen. Pat Toomey added that the nuclear agreement increases Iran's ability to "inflict harm."
The House vote to reject the nuclear deal is slated for next week.
“No foreign policy choice comes with guarantees,” Sen. Jeff Merkley said.
The letter has been signed by more than 1,000 American rabbis, its author said.
The event underscores the strengthening ties between the two Republicans.
She is the 29th Senate Democrat to back the agreement.
"The same people that rushed us into war in Iraq want to sink the new agreement," it says.
“The Obama administration has a lot of explaining to do," the Speaker said.
A new report confirms lawmakers' fears about the contested secret "side deals."
Peter Roskam wants the White House to release the text of the so-called side agreements.
"This agreement will give Iran the means to launch a nuclear attack," Cheney said.
One official said the deal will "unleash Iran" in ways not previously seen.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the U.S. military will remain "full speed ahead" in the Middle...
According to pollsters, 55 percent said Congress should get behind the deal.
The CBC has proven to be a crucial coalition for advancing President Obama's priorities.
The retired CIA director and general "continue[s] to grapple" with the nuclear bargain.
The results could be troubling for supporters of the agreement.
Rep. Mike Pompeo's comments come with support among Democrats on the rise.
J.B. Pritzker is also the brother of Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker.
Sen. Cornyn's comments follow new revelations about alleged secret side deals.
An organization opposed to the deal is using Snapchat to target Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.).