Next Round of Iran Talks to Begin March 15State Department announces that Kerry will travel to Switzerland next week and meet with his Iranian counterpart.
Official: Iran Deal Longer than a DecadeSenior American official tells Israeli journalists that world powers are "not in a rush" to sign a deal with Iran.
PM: 'Right' Iran Deal Delays Nuclear ProliferationBinyamin Netanyahu reiterates the evils of a deal with too many loopholes for Iran in first Cabinet address post-Congress.
Giuliani Attacks Obama's Actions on IranFormer New York City mayor says Washington must take a stronger stance against Iran.
Senate Majority Leader Delays Vote on Iran BillFeeling the heat from Democrats, Sen. McConnell agrees to reverse course on a plan to move forward next week with a controversial Iran bill.
Zarif: We Might Accept a 10-Year FreezeIran's foreign minister suggests a 10-year moratorium on some aspects of his country's nuclear program might be acceptable to Tehran.
Democrats Oppose Fast Tracking of Iran BillSponsors of bill requiring Obama to submit nuclear deal for approval will vote against it if brought to a vote before March 24.
Netanyahu: My Words Resonated with CongressPrime Minister Netanyahu says his speech did indeed offer a new alternative to the emerging agreement with Iran.
Iran's Zarif: We're Very Close to a DealIran's Foreign Minister says United States and Iran have nearly reached a nuclear deal, but there are still details left to be negotiated.
Senate to Debate Iran Legislation Despite VetoSenate to begin debate next week on bill that would require Obama to submit any final nuclear deal with Iran for Congress' approval.
Bennett: Iran Deal is an 'Unmitigated Disaster'Jewish Home chairman warns that a nuclear Iran would not only endanger Israel but also New York, London and Paris.
Erdan: Herzog Doesn't Understand the DangerInterior Minister blasts Herzog for his continued criticism of Prime Minister Netanyahu's speech, calls him to rise above politics.
Kerry and Zarif Launch New Round of TalksSecretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister meet in Switzerland as efforts continue to finalize nuclear deal.
Susan Rice: A Bad Deal is Worse Than No DealNational Security Adviser tells AIPAC that Obama is committed to Israel's security and will not agree to a bad deal with Iran.
Obama: Disagreement Won't Destroy TiesPresident Obama says the disagreement with Israel about Iran won't be permanently destructive" to relations between the countries.
'Netanyahu Speech Won't Complicate Iran Talks'White House spokesman Josh Earnest says Netanyahu's Congress speech "shouldn't" complicate Iran-West talks.
Rouhani's Adviser: Bibi Speech will Benefit IranSenior adviser to Iran's president predicts that Netanyahu "warrior discourse" will ultimately strengthen Iran.
Netanyahu to Unveil Details of Iran AgreementMember of Netanyahu's entourage says he will unveil some details of the agreement with Iran during his Congress speech.
Republican: Obama Doesn't Support Israel EnoughSenator Marco Rubio says Obama wants a deal with Iran to be the hallmark of his second term.
Bipartisan Legislation Challenges Obama on IranBipartisan group of senators unveil legislation that would require a congressional review of any deal made with Iran.
White House: Netanyahu Won't Affect Iran TalksWhite House spokesman downplays notion that Netanyahu speech will affect Iran talks, adds the Israeli PM is only offering military action.
Iran and P5+1 Officials to Meet Again Next WeekEU confirms senior officials from Iran and six powers negotiating will hold more talks in Montreux, Switzerland next week.
'Relations with U.S. Can Withstand Disagreements'Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu explains it is his duty to try to stop an agreement with Iran that is "very dangerous" for Israel.
Kerry to Hold Another Meeting with ZarifSecretary of State to travel to Montreux to meet Iranian Foreign Minister ahead a March 31 deadline for agreement on nuclear program.
Steinitz: Maybe Kerry Doesn't Know What We KnowStrategic Affairs Minister fires back after Kerry questions Netanyahu's judgment when it comes to Iran.
Kerry: Netanyahu Was Wrong About Interim DealSecretary of State questions PM Netanyahu's judgment when it comes to Iran, points out he was wrong about interim deal.
EU Foreign Policy Chief: Deal with Iran 'At Hand'"We cannot miss this opportunity" to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, says EU's Federica Mogherini.
Bennett to Advocate Stance on Iran in US MediaJewish Home chairman to speak to 'hundreds' of media outlets, urges Herzog to join him. 'The nuclear issue has no right, no left,' he says.
Some Progress Reported in Iran-West TalksUnited States official says some progress was in talks with Iran, but both sides stress much remains to be done.
Kerry Meets Iranian Counterpart for More TalksA day after warning that President Obama would not extend nuclear talks with Iran again, Secretary of State meets Iran's Zarif in Geneva.
Kerry: Iran Talks Won't be Extended AgainSecretary of State says "significant gaps" remain in negotiations with Iran, but President Obama is not prepared to extend the talks again.
Liberman: We Need to Stop 'Whining' About IranForeign Minister says that Israel - and no one else - is responsible for making sure Iran does not obtain nuclear weapons.
Psaki Responds to Netanyahu: There's No Deal YetState Department spokeswoman questions PM Netanyahu's claim that Israel knows the details of the planned deal with Iran.
New Iranian Nuclear Talks in GenevaAmerican negotiators to meet with their Iranian counterparts for a new round of talks on Iran's nuclear program.
Dennis Ross Suggests 'Anytime' Inspections in IranFormer American diplomat proposes ways to reconcile differences with Israel over the impending deal with Iran.
Bennett: Israel Won't be the Next CzechoslovakiaJewish Home chairman: Netanyahu's speech to Congress is essential so that Israel can make its case against a bad deal with Iran.
Rouhani: Can't Stabilize the Mid. East Without UsIran's president suggests that reaching a nuclear deal with his country could have an effect on all the issues troubling the Middle East.
Senator: It's Down to Iran and Us in Nuclear TalksAmerican Senator Bob Corker says the nuclear talks with Iran have become a bilateral negotiation between his country and Tehran.
Khamenei Would Back a 'Fair' Nuclear DealIran's Supreme Leader says he could accept a compromise with the West, provided it isn't "contrary to Iran's interests".
Iran: Talks Extension 'Not in Anyone's Interests'In meeting with US Secretary of State, Iranian Foreign Minister stresses need to sign nuclear agreement 'as early as possible.'
Israel 'Will Do Everything' to Prevent Iran DealUrgency of Iran nuclear issue heightens amid meetings between Kerry, Iranian Foreign Minister, Netanyahu says.
Iran May be Allowed to Enrich UraniumDiplomats say the United States and Iran are discussing a compromise that would let Iran keep much of its uranium-enriching technology.
IAEA: Iran Honoring Commitment Under AgreementLatest UN report indicates Iran is honoring its commitment not to expand atomic activities while it negotiates with West.
Iran and West to Meet in February for Next RoundIran and major powers to meet again next month after making limited progress in weekend talks, say diplomats.
Zarif: Stop Pressuring IranIran’s Foreign Minister says a deal on his country’s nuclear program can be reached only if global powers stop pressuring Tehran.
Obama: I Will Veto New Sanctions on IranPresident Obama says he will veto proposed bipartisan legislation to impose new sanctions on Iran so long as negotiations remain underway.
Kerry Arrives in Geneva for Talks with IranSecretary of State John Kerry arrives in Geneva to meet his Iranian counterpart for nuclear talks.
Kerry and Zarif to Meet to 'Speed Up' TalksIran and the United States to explore ways to give impetus to nuclear talks in a meeting in Geneva on Wednesday.
Iranian Nuclear Talks to Resume January 18Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister says the next round of nuclear talks will be held in Geneva on January 18.
IAEA: Iran Continuing to Meet CommitmentsIran has continued to meet commitments under an interim nuclear agreement, says UN's atomic agency.
France, Britain: Iran Needs to be More FlexibleFrance and Britain tell UN that Iran has not demonstrated sufficient flexibility in nuclear talks with six world powers.
Iran Talks with Powers to Resume Next WeekIran will resume negotiations with world powers in Geneva next week, says deputy foreign minister Abbas Araqchi.
Ya'alon: Hamas 'Uninterested' in Clash with IsraelDuring meeting with Spanish counterpart Defense Minister claims the real threat to Israel and the West is not Hamas, but Iran.
Khamenei: Israel More Insecure Day By DayAyatollah Ali Khamenei says he backs extended nuclear talks with world powers, takes advantage of the opportunity to threaten Israel.
IAEA Needs More Funds After Iran Talks ExtendedThe UN atomic agency says it will need more funds from member states to help pay for its monitoring of extended interim nuclear deal.
Netanyahu Welcomes Iran Deal PostponementPM urges West to use seven-month extension to toughen its stance on Iran; also says he is 'determined' to pass Jewish State law.
Confirmed: Iran Talks to Be Extended by 7 MonthsDiplomat states on condition of anonymity that Iran nuclear talk deadline has been extended to July 1.