Anticipating the tough road ahead in convincing Congress to back the Iran nuclear agreement, President Barack Obama said Tuesday he would “veto” any legislation that blocks the deal.
By Larisa Epatko
The historic agreement reached Tuesday aimed at preserving Iran’s civilian nuclear program but preventing Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon was viewed as hopeful by some world leaders but condemned by others.
By PBS NewsHour
Negotiations over Iran’s nuclear program are set to continue later this week, but politics at home may complicate discussions. After reports of a potential deal to reduce Iran’s nuclear centrifuges by 40 percent for 10 years, President Obama received a…
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