Nuclear program of Iran
The senator from New Jersey said he would try to craft a new agreement to address international concerns over the Islamic Republic's nuclear capability.
The move puts the future of the 2015 international agreement in crisis.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee chair Bob Corker hopes Europeans agree to tweak the accord ahead of a May 12 deadline that Trump could use to kill it.
Most Americans know nothing about how Iranians practice Islam, and that ignorance breeds fear.
The move means the Iran nuclear deal remains in place, for now.
Tens of thousands of Iranians have demonstrated across the country since Thursday.
There is a bigger problem with the story, beyond being false.
Pompeo and Cotton are close ideological allies on foreign policy and can do untold damage to U.S. national security.
The president is calling on lawmakers to take steps that could kill the nuclear accord -- or he'll do it himself.
Sens. Bob Corker and Tom Cotton are working on legislation that could lead the U.S. to sanction Iran -- even if it is abiding by the 2015 deal.
The President will ask lawmakers to change U.S. commitments under the nuclear agreement -- a move that could blow the whole thing up.
It is not a major foreign policy insight to say that America is better off when our closest allies believe we will stand