Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas took to Twitter on Monday to warn Iran that any nuclear deal with the US could easily be wiped out once President Barack Obama leaves office. But did he and 46 other senators step beyond their authority?
2013 was a historic year in US-Iran relations. For the first time in 34 years leaders of the two countries spoke on the phone.
When Iran's nuclear negotiator arrived for talks in Geneva with severe back pain, the tone of the talks probably got a boost.
First cartoon bombs. Now wolves dressing up in wolf clothes and sheep clothes. Where is Netanyahu getting his metaphors?
Iranian President Rouhani may need to aim his charm offensive toward his own people after some hardliners pelted his car with eggs at the airport upon his return.
It's been six years since high-ranking American diplomats have gotten together for serious business. But on Thursday, that was all set to change.
Israel isn't buying Iran's new conciliatory posture.
Newly-elected Iranian President Hasan Rouhani has landed in the United States and quickly made a flurry of friendly gestures toward the West, including declaring Iran would not ever develop nuclear weapons. Rouhani has met with American media as he prepared for the U. N. General Assembly.
Colum Lynch of the Washington Post gives anchor Marco Werman a preview of this year's UN gathering. One topic that's sure to be on the agenda? Syria.