Hoenlein: BDS is the '21st Century Anti-Semitism'Malcolm Hoenlein: Saying 'I hate Israel' instead of 'I hate Jews' does not cover up the fact that both mean the same thing.
Iranian TV Mocks Obama Over Sanctions ThreatIranian host not threatened by Obama's declaration that he will come down on sanctions violators “like a ton of bricks”.
Obama Promises Tough Action on Sanctions ViolatorsObama says he will come down "like a ton of bricks" on firms that violate the sanctions on Iran.
AIPAC Backs Down from Support of SanctionsPro-Israel lobby says Congress should wait before passing new sanctions on Iran.
France Rejects Criticism of Iran Business TripFrance’s Finance Minister says a 116-person delegation of business figures to Iran is “a bet” on the future.
House Democrats Support Obama Against SanctionsReps. Lloyd Doggett and David Price mobilizing their colleagues against a bill to slap more sanctions on Iran.
Clinton Joins Obama in Opposing New Iran SanctionsGive diplomacy a chance to work, says former Secretary of State in letter to Democratic Senator Carl Levin.
French Minister: There Are 'Opportunities' in IranFrance will have "significant commercial opportunities" in Iran if sanctions are lifted, says French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici.
Iran Accuses Obama of ‘Falsifying History’Iran dismisses Obama's claim that international sanctions forced Tehran to the negotiating table.
Success for Obama: No New Iran SanctionsUS President’s veto threat appears to work: several senators drop plans for new sanctions on Iran.
Obama: I'll Veto New Iran SanctionsObama reiterates that he will veto a new Iran sanctions bill which "threatens to derail" the negotiations on its nuclear program.
Senator: Can't Let Israel Determine About WarSenator Feinstein causes outrage after declaring that "we cannot let Israel determine when and where the United States goes to war."
Senate Democrats to Wait with Iran Sanctions BillSenate Majority Leader Reid wants to see how the Iran-West deal is played out before bringing new sanctions to a vote.
Obama: Now Isn't the Time for New SanctionsNow would not be the right time for Congress to impose new sanctions on Iran, says Obama, days before nuclear deal to be implemented.
Iran to Receive $550 Million on February 1As nuclear deal is implemented, Iran will receive the first $550 million installment of a total of $4.2 billion on Feb. 1.
Iran Sanctions Bill Continues to Gain Steam59 senators back new sanctions on Iran, one short of the number of votes needed to pass it.
New Iran Sanctions Bill Gains SupportA bill to slap new sanctions on Iran has gained support since December, but probably not enough to prevent Obama from vetoing it.
Iranian Lawmakers Threaten to Increase EnrichmentResponding to American sanctions threats, Iranians draft bill that would increase uranium enrichment to a 60% level.
Obama Threatens Veto on New Iran SanctionsWhite House threatened to use its veto power against legislation that would impose new sanctions on Iran.
Iran Says Talks with World Powers Will ResumeIranian deputy foreign minister says Tehran will resume negotiations with world powers over its nuclear program in the coming days.
Iran to Keep Talking to West Despite BlacklistIran's Foreign Minister says talks with world powers will continue, despite an American blacklist of companies that violated sanctions.
Washington Blacklists Companies That Helped IranWashington blacklists a dozen overseas companies and individuals for evading sanctions on Iran.
Senate to Wait on New Iran SanctionsA victory for Obama? Senate Banking Committee announces it will hold off on passing a new Iran sanctions bill.
Kerry: We Promised No New SanctionsUnited States Secretary of State appeals to lawmakers to "hold off" on new sanctions against Iran.
Two Senators Preparing New Iran SanctionsDemocratic Senator Robert Menendez and Republican Senator Mark Kirk close to agreeing on new Iran sanctions, say aides.
Zarif: Impose New Sanctions and Deal is DeadIran’s Foreign Minister warns that any new American sanctions on his country would kill the deal reached in Geneva.
House Concerned Over Uranium EnrichmentU.S. lawmakers concerned about Iran's ability to continue enriching uranium, say the Obama administration gave Iran too much in Geneva.
White House: No New SanctionsWhite House: Passing new sanctions on Iran, even with a delayed launch date, would give Iran an excuse to undermine the interim deal.
Senators Still Pushing for New Iran SanctionsU.S. senators are working to pass new sanctions on Iran by end of December, are not buying Obama's warnings.
U.S.: New Sanctions Will Thwart Diplomatic TalksU.S. administration warns lawmakers that passing new sanctions on Iran would jeopardize negotiations on its nuclear program.
Iran Claims U.S. Has Released Some AssetsThe Iranian government claims that the U.S. released $8 billion in blocked assets. State Department: Not true.
Canada 'Deeply Skeptical' About Iran DealCanada’s Foreign Minister John Baird declares his country's sanctions against Iran will remain in "full force".
14 U.S. Senators Plan New Sanctions on IranBipartisan group of 14 senators says they plan to slap new set of sanctions on Iran after the Thanksgiving break.
Biden: Iran Sanctions Relief Will be ModestU.S. Vice President Joe Biden briefs Democratic senators on the negotiations with Iran over its nuclear weapons program.
Rice Plays Down Iran Sanctions ReliefNational Security Adviser plays down the impact that the lifting of economic sanctions will have on Iran.
Obama: No Deal Will Cause Iran to Make ProgressObama meets lawmakers in an urgent bid to convince them to hold off on new Iran sanctions.
Obama to Appeal to Senators on SanctionsObama will meet key senators, ask them to hold off on passing new sanctions on Iran.
Obama: Want War? Toughen the SanctionsObama warns Congress against further sanctions on Iran, claims that military action would have dangerous consequences for the U.S.
Kerry’s Fear: Naftali BennettKerry advice to senators to ‘ignore Israel’ part of desperate attempt to counter Bennett’s pro-sanctions campaign.
Senators Told to 'Ignore Israel' On IranRepublican senators who were briefed about talks with Iran were reportedly told by Kerry to “disbelieve” what the Israelis say.
Kerry Warns: Sanctions May Hurt TalksSecretary of State tells Senate banking committee that new sanctions on Iran risk ruining talks over its nuclear program.
Kerry: New Sanctions Are a 'Mistake'White House, State Department warn lawmakers that toughening the sanctions on Iran at this time would be wrong and lead to war.
Senate to Hold Off on Iran SanctionsU.S. lawmakers will wait until after a briefing by Secretary of State John Kerry before deciding on new sanctions on Iran.
Report: West to Offer Iran Cash IncentiveThe British Times: West may offer Iran a cash windfall from its frozen oil revenues in exchange for progress in nuclear talks.
Panetta: We May Have to Use Force Against IranFormer U.S. Secretary of Defense cautions the Obama administration this week about engaging in endless negotiations with Iran.
Biden to Senators: Hold Off on New Iran SanctionsU.S. Vice President joins other top officials in a bid to persuade the Senate not to impose new sanctions on Iran.
Netanyahu: Keep Up the Pressure on IranThe only way to get Iran to abandon its nuclear program is to maintain the pressure on it, says Netanyahu.
Obama Pushing to Hold Off on New Iran SanctionsTop Obama administration officials have been pushing lawmakers to hold off on new sanctions over Iran's nuclear program.
Congressmen Demand More Sanctions on IranAs Geneva talks end, Republican lawmakers express their skepticism and call for tougher sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
Yaalon: Easing Sanctions will Encourage RouhaniDefense Minister tells UN chief that easing the sanctions on Iran at this point in time would hurt the efforts to stop its nuclear program.
PM: Iran Sanctions 'a Moment Away' from SuccessThe sanctions are “very strong,” says Netanyahu, are close to "achieving their goal" and should not be relaxed.
White House: Sanctions Are Affected by ShutdownU.S. efforts to pressure Iran, Syria and others are inhibited by the government shutdown, says White House press secretary.
Iranian Cleric: U.S., Iran Should Join HandsA senior Iranian cleric urges Washington and Tehran to “join hands” to end the sanctions on the Islamic Republic.
U.S. Official: Enforce Iran Talks with SanctionsAny diplomatic engagement with Iran should be accompanied by enforcement of sanctions, says Wendy Sherman.
Peres: Iran Must Back its Statements with ActionsThe European Union must maintain the pressure on Iran, says President Shimon Peres in a speech before the Dutch parliament.
Ashton Wants 'Best Atmosphere' for Iran TalksEU's foreign policy chief says she wants to go to the October 15-16 talks with Iran in Geneva with “the best possible atmosphere.”
Kerry on Iran: Words Won't Replace ActionsIran needs to take steps to prove its nuclear program is peaceful before sanctions are removed, says Secretary of State.