By Ben Armbruster on December 11, 2013
As lawmakers gear up to battle the White House on the final Iran deal, some pushing "zero enrichment" don't seems to have all the facts.
By Ben Armbruster on December 10, 2013
Secretary of State John Kerry told Congress that he doesn't want to give the Iranians any excuses to break the recent nuclear deal, and that includes passing new sanctions.
By Ben Armbruster on December 9, 2013
While President Obama said it would be "ideal" for Iran to "destroy every element" of its nuclear program, he said it's not a realistic option.
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Former Vice President Dick Cheney doesn't like the recent agreement reached with Iran over its nuclear program. Why not? Obamacare.
By Ben Armbruster on December 5, 2013
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) is standing by his claim that the U.S. should consider using nuclear weapons if it attacks Iran's nuclear program. "We have these weapons for a reason," he said.
By Ben Armbruster on December 4, 2013
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) thinks the United States should use tactical nuclear weapons on Iran if it decides to use military force against its nuclear program.
By Ben Armbruster on December 3, 2013
A new poll shows that Members of Congress pushing for more sanctions on Iran have limited public support.
While a bipartisan group works to put more sanctions on Iran, their colleagues are beginning to push back.
By Ben Armbruster on December 2, 2013
Senators pushing more sanctions on Iran say allowing Iran to enrich uranium violates United Nations resolutions. Experts disagree.
By Ben Armbruster on November 27, 2013
Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY), who co-sponsored a recent bill for more sanctions on Iran, says the Senate should give the Obama administration space to negotiate.