The P5+1 group of world powers negotiating with Iran for a nuclear deal believes it's "time to decide."
Signing a deal with Iran on "Al Quds" [Jerusalem] day would not have been a good PR gimmick to convince Congress of a "good deal."
Russia says a nuclear deal with Iran is "within reach."
A new terror group, funded by Iran, is rising in Gaza to politely challenge Hamas.
Before Tuesday’s announcement of the extended deadline, Secretary of State John Kerry said in Vienna on Sunday that the talks could still go “either way,” claiming the administration will walk away from the table rather than settle for a bad deal.
How insulting that the P5+1 dare to impose demands on Iran!
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Wednesday that the demerging deal between the P5+1 powers and Iran is so bad that it actually will help...
The European Union explains the deadline is not being extended. Negotiators simply are continuing to negotiate. Huh?
Iran's Expediency Council head says Israel, an "alien presence" will be "wiped off the map" some day.
Iran expert predicts there will be no signed deal because Iran already feels it can get all it wants without one.
Russian FM Lavrov met in Vienna with Iran's Zarif in an unsuccessful bid to break a deadlock in nuclear talks.
Tel Aviv has closed a deal to build its Light Rail with a Chinese firm that is doing business with Iran.
Jordanian authorities seized 100 pounds of explosives carried by a member of an Iranian-backed group.
Reporter Laura Rozen: "How many ways can I say significant progress made but important differences remain?"
US-led talks with Tehran appear to have reached a deal on sanctions relief: but what about access to Iranian nuclear sites?
PM Netanyahu this week identified ISIS and Iran as Israel's primary threat. It is a planetary threat that carries the promise of peace.
Kerry spent the Fourth of July talking with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Iran is not budging in nuclear talks on its refusal to allow spot inspections of military sites.
Iran has already been able to free up some 20% of its frozen assets, around $19 billion. At best, that's without doing anything, and at worse, that's while continuing to rush towards a nuclear bomb.
Shin Bet foils attempt by Hamas to overthrow Palestinian Authority government in Judea & Samaria.