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
Some crude oil prices fell by more than a dollar per barrel.
"We will not rush and we will not be rushed," Kerry said.
“The alternative to a deal would surely mean some kind of military strikes on Iran’s nuclear plant.”
Difficult decisions remain, State Department spokesman John Kirby said.
White House says talks will extend past Tuesday's deadline.
"We have a lot of hard work to do" by Tuesday's deadline, Kerry said.
Rep. Martha McSally blasted the Obama administration's approach.
The new report could bolster the White House's case for a deal.
An American cyberattack on North Korea half a decade ago was fruitless overall, sources say.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) was the only "no" vote.
Obama argues deal with help Israel's security.
“Our issues with Iran are far from resolved," said Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.).
“Whenever there is a readiness to make a deal at any cost, this is the result," he said.
Members of both parties aren’t going to let the deal happen quietly.
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.
The Republican senator has long been critical of the pending deal.
The letter also lays out red lines for their support.
"How come we are not reading about any concessions on the Iranian side?” Ed Royce asked.
It remains to be seen whether there will be an agreement by the June 30 deadline.
Immigration will dominate the debate over the National Defense Authorization Act.
Corker didn't specify why the vote was being pushed until later in the afternoon.