WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday mounted a furious counterattack against critics of the Iran nuclear deal, telling skeptical lawmakers it would be fantasy to think the United States could simply "bomb away" Tehran's atomic know-how.
Secretary of State Kerry blasted critics of the Obama administration's nuclear deal with Iran on Thursday.
Reince Priebus Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus offers us two choices: either he doesn't know who's the secretary of state, or he's so single-mindedly partisan that he doesn't care if he looks like he doesn't know that minor detail. John Kerry, Reince. Show More Summary
Secretary of State John Kerry assured lawmakers Thursday that the UN's nuclear watchdog would keep the U.S. informed about an ongoing investigation into whether Iran has pursued nuclear weapons in the past. Testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Kerry conceded that the U.S. Show More Summary
Secretary of State John Kerry, Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz, and Secretary of the Treasury Jack Lew appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday to answer senators' questions on the historic nuclear agreement reached with Iran last week. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Countering Republican criticism, Secretary of State John Kerry declared Thursday it is "fantasy plain and simple" to claim that President Barack Obama failed to insist on enough restraints on Iran's nuclear program before agreeing to lift economic sanctions long in place.
WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday told skeptical lawmakers on Capitol Hill that the recently negotiated accord with Iran is the only chance to curb Tehran’s nuclear ambitions, and that failure to enact the agreement would isolate the United States internationally. “If the U.S., after laboriously negotiating this multilateral agreement with five […]
KERRY ‘FLEECED’ AND ‘BAMBOOZLED,’ SENATORS TELL HIM; BOXER CALLS THEM ‘INSULTING:’ Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) rushed to the aid of Secretary of State John Kerry this morning, claiming that Senate Republicans were impugning his character by noting he got “bamboozled” and “fleeced” in the Iran nuclear deal. “Not unlike a hotel guest that leaves only […]
Secretary of State John Kerry went to talk to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee about the Iran Deal on Thursday. He had one major point to prove — the nuclear agreement may not be perfect, the United States may have a number of other problems with Iran, and it may not... More »
Secretary of State John Kerry went to Capitol Hill today to testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee about the deal to restrain Iran’s nuclear program. As expected he absorbed a lot of insults and invective from Republicans who are critical of the deal. Along with Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz and Secretary of the […]
Three key members of the Obama administration — Secretary of State John Kerry, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew —...
If the deal is not put into effect, the secretary of state said, Iran will get a “a great big green light” to go forward with its nuclear program.
Really now? Really? Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton blasted the White House on Thursday for its failure to immediately disclose so-called side deals between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency as part of the negotiations of theShow More Summary
Secretary of State John Kerry sought to convince lawmakers to support the recently agreed upon deal to curb Iran's nuclear program
Secretary of State John Kerry and Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz defended the deal before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry mounted a furious counterattack against critics of the Iran nuclear deal on Thursday, telling skeptical lawmakers that rejection of the accord would give Tehran “a great big green light” to swiftly accelerate its atomic program. Testifying before Congress for the...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State John Kerry bluntly challenged critics of the Obama administration's nuclear deal with Iran on Thursday, calling it "fantasy, plain and simple," to think the United States failed to hold out for a better deal at the bargaining table.
Agreement has "closed off all paths to a bomb" through peaceful means, US secretary of state tells senators.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) slammed U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday, comparing him to Pontius Pilate, the judge who is said to have ordered the crucifixion of Jesus. Cotton made the comparison over "side" deals between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency. Show More Summary
US Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas) said Secretary of State John Kerry acted like "Pontius Pilate" — the judge who is said to have presided over the trial of Jesus Christ — in negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program. Cotton andShow More Summary