By Ben Armbruster on November 20, 2013
Senate Intelligence Committee chair Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) pushed back on those calling for more sanctions on Iran just as the U.S. is close to a deal over its nuclear program.
As talks resume in Geneva this week over Iran's nuclear program, a large majority of Americans support the reported deal the Obama administration has on offer.
By Hayes Brown on November 15, 2013
Only half as many House members signed onto a letter pressing for more sanctions on Iran than signed onto an earlier letter calling for diplomacy.
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By Hayes Brown on November 12, 2013
"The alternative is military action," Carney said, on the push for a diplomatic solution with Iran.
By Joel Rubin on November 10, 2013
The world's powers have yet to make any agreement with Iran on its nuclear program but we are on the path toward making the U.S. and the world safer.
By Ben Armbruster on November 10, 2013
Secretary of State John Kerry assured that the U.S. will not settle for a bad deal with Iran over its nuclear program.
By Ben Armbruster on November 9, 2013
While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slams the U.S. on a possible deal with Iran, former members of Israel's security establishment are steadily coming out in support of the talks.
By Ben Armbruster on November 8, 2013
Two former high-level Israeli security officials express cautious optimism about the current negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program.
By Ben Armbruster on November 7, 2013
As the U.S. restarts negotiations with Iran in Geneva this week, 79 national security experts praise the Obama administration's diplomatic efforts.
By Ben Armbruster on November 4, 2013
Wendy Sherman, the top U.S. negotiator with Iran said there'll be plenty of time for sanctions if and when the Iranians backtrack on talks.