The two countries could soon be operating against ISIS in Syrian airspace.
Kerry also discussed his support for the 2003 Iraq War.
Top defense officials defended the nuclear deal during a Senate hearing Wednesday.
The bill from the 2016 contender would expedite weapon transfers to Jordan.
Difficult decisions remain, State Department spokesman John Kirby said.
New guidelines would give Japan's military a more robust role as a counterweight to China.
The State Department on Wednesday would not say whether sanctions on Iran would be lifted...
Senators indicated passing an authorization of force would be an uphill battle.
The Obama administration on Wednesday persisted in its lobbying effort for expanded trade while...
Kerry expressed gratitude for sultan’s long-standing and strong relationship with the U.S.
The senators demanded Secretary of State John Kerry do more to protect religious minorities.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will testify on the Ebola crisis.
The secretary of State said Amir Hekmati should be released on "humanitarian grounds."
Kerry told a reporter he wouldn't discuss Plan B.
He is counting on House Democrats to be his last line of defense.
Secretary John Kerry will defend the deal to a skeptical Congress.
"We have a lot of hard work to do" by Tuesday's deadline, Kerry said.
The Texas Republican says there's no consensus on the parameters of the framework deal.
The Tennessee Republican warned a U.N. vote would "undermine Congress's appropriate role."
Kerry denied that the anti-ISIS strategy is taking a back seat to the nuclear talks.
Kerry said embedding U.S. soldiers with Iraqi troops overnight wouldn't violate ban.
Kerry would be the first secretary of State to visit Cuba in 60 years.
Kerry's call comes days before lawmakers are preparing to release the report.
The senator blasted Kerry for denying the link between Iran nuclear talks and war on ISIS.