Iran says, "The new discoveries have made us confident about our reserves.”
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted down approval of the Iran Deal and voted to block implementation of the deal.
The House passed a Resolution to block the Iran Deal because the 60 day review period has not yet begun.
Congress can sue the President for violating Corker-Cardin and hiding documentation of secret deals, but will it?
Senate Democrats have succeeded in blocking a resolution to disapprove the IranDeal.
Grayson became the 19th Jewish lawmaker to support the deal.
US officials couldn't give Congress documentation of the Nuclear Iran secret side deals - it doesn't have them and never did.
Much of Iran's defense budget goes to their proxy terror groups.
The mullahs weren't interested in diplomacy without enrichment rights. Clinton led the fold on this point.
Two Congressmen introduced legislation aimed at blocking consideration of Nuclear Iran Deal.
Iran Deal Review Act required the administration to provide things it hasn't. So do they lose now?
Austria, Czech Republic Already Forging Economic Ties with Iran, as Revolutionary Guard Gains Legitimacy
“On the invitation of President Hassan Rouhani, I will pay a visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran from September 7-9, 2015,” wrote Austrian President Heinz Fischer
Cardin has criticized Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu for his controversial speech given earlier in the year before Congress, but indicated that he agreed with Netanyahu that the deal had problems.
Like most of the other Democrats supporting Obama, the deal worries her, but she thinks it is good for the US and for Israel.
Can Cardin's bill to tighten the Iran Deal gain traction or is it just cover for waiting so long to commit?
Bebb, a member of the British Conservative Friends of Israel, also predicted the nuclear deal will lead to a nuclear arms race.
Booker and two more Senators announced their support for the Nuclear Iran Deal today.
Sen. Cotton sounds confident there is much more that can be done to protect us all from the Nuclear Iran Deal.
The Maryland Democrat caved in even though she is retiring at the end of her current term.
British liberal and leftists largely support the deal, though there are some center-left figures who oppose the agreement,