Baghdad reported the stolen material to the International Atomic Energy Agency, but has not requested assistance to recover it.
In August, these Iranians told us what they thought about the agreement. Now, they tell us what they think about its implementation.
The report aims at answering questions about the true nature of Iran's past nuclear activities.
Reuters has reported that Iran won't be able to self-inspect a key military site.
Boehner said a lawsuit against the president is a "very possible" option.
It appears aimed at undermining the nuclear deal, the official says.
Questions surfaced after the Associated Press removed some key text from the piece.
The reported draft document said the U.N. agency would allow Iran to inspect its own sites.
According to a document seen by The Associated Press.
Congress could withhold funding that a critical agency needs to enforce the nuclear deal.