"The best hope is that it prompts them to go back to negotiating table," Schiff said.
"He dedicated his life to the institution," McCain added.
"It doesn't seem to be headed in the right direction," Sen. Richard Burr said.
“It's time for the Iranians to send a clear signal,” an Obama aide said.
Despite criticism, Mike Pence said he stands by religious freedom legislation.
The Speaker downplayed close collaboration with Pelosi on Medicare deal.
Fiorina took some shots at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during interview.
"Frankly, we should have kept the sanctions in place," the Speaker said.
"This is exactly the kind of tactics that we are starting to see increase," Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said.
"We're very close to a political agreement," Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker said.
Rep. Tom Cole also blasted Hillary Clinton over emails, calling it "political stupidity."
Ron Dermer said that Netanyahu still supports the idea of a demilitarized Palestinian state.
Israel and Indiana's religious freedom law also shared in the spotlight.
The likely 2016 Democratic candidate also criticized GOP senators who wrote to Iran's leader.
“We need a president who is on our side,” the former Maryland governor said.
"My base is really beyond just evangelicals," Huckabee said.
Cruz is defending his credentials as a freshman senator running for the White House.
Vicki Kennedy is preparing for the opening of an institute named after her late husband.
Boehner argued that the U.S.-Israeli relationship has been strengthened in recent months.
Iran, Ted Cruz and 2016 also shared in the spotlight.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy said president wants to be trusted on Iran deal.
Gov. Jerry Brown blasted Cruz's comments on climate science.
"This administration should be better than this," Rep. Kevin McCarthy said.
“Yemen is one of the most dangerous spots in the world,” Rep. Michael McCaul said.