By Matt Duss on December 23, 2013
Polls show that Americans support the recent nuclear deal with Iran while critics say some lawmakers in Congress are working to scuttle it.
By Hayes Brown on December 20, 2013
"I think the politics of trying to look tough on Iran are often good when you're running for office, or if you're in office."
By Hayes Brown on December 19, 2013
Ten Senate chairs have called on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) to consult them before any new sanctions legislation hits the floor.
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By Ben Armbruster on December 19, 2013
Numerous polls have shown that Americans support the recent nuclear agreement with Iran. Yet a group of Senators, led by two Democrats, want to introduce a bill that many say will scuttle the deal.
By Ben Armbruster on December 12, 2013
House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer (D-MD) withdrew his support for House bill on Iran, effectively killing -- if only temporarily -- the pro-sanctions now movement in Congress.
By Hayes Brown on December 12, 2013
While Congress debates new sanctions, State and Treasury announce new penalties on companies using sanctions already in place.
Did a new poll really find that Americans want more sanctions on Iran now, even if it jeopardizes the ongoing nuclear negotiations? Not so fast.
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.