IAEA Chief to Discuss Iran Deal with SenatorsUN nuclear watchdog chief will meet with Senate Committee on Foreign Relations to discuss his agency's monitoring role in Iran.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Approves Iran BillSenate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously approves legislation that would require Congress approval of deal with Iran.
Concern Over Iran Sanctions After Menendez ChargedWhatever the fate of New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez, the charges he faces could stymie attempts to impose new sanctions on Iran.
Senators Agree to Delay Vote on Iran Deal LegislationForeign Relations Committee's vote on law forcing Obama to submit Iran deal for Congress approval postponed to April 14.
Senators May Vote Next Week on Iran-Related LegislationSenate Foreign Relations Committee may act as soon as next week on a bill allowing Congress to approve or reject Iran deal.
Menendez Pulls Pro-Israel Bill that would Divide DemocratsAmended U.S.-Israel Strategic Partnership Act would have let Congress vote for or against a deal with Iran, over its nuclear program.
U.S. Preparing Sanctions Against RussiansSenate's Foreign Relations Committee holding consultations on imposing sanctions against individual Russians.
Senate Panel Votes in Favor of Syria Military StrikeSenate Foreign Relations Committee votes 10-7 in favor of using force in Syria in response to a chemical weapons attack.
McCain Does Not Support Senate Resolution on SyriaSenator McCain says he does not support the latest Senate resolution on military force against Syria "in its current form."
Senate Committee May Vote Wednesday on Syria StrikeSenators reportedly reach an agreement on a resolution for military force in Syria. Vote expected Wednesday.
Hagel: Failure to Act in Syria Hurts Our Credibility on IranHagel to Senate committee: Failure to take action in Syria's will damage America's pledge to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
Senate Panel Approves Power's Nomination for UN EnvoySamantha Power, Obama's pick to serve as UN envoy, approved by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.