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John Kerry Says Republican Senators Told Iran: 'Don't do this deal' -- Republicans 'directly calculated to interfere'

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at a news conference in Sharm el-Sheikh March 14, 2015. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

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Secretary of State John Kerry isn’t planning on asking forgiveness any time soon for… 556 more words

Kerry: Iran deal 'not legally binding'

More political doubletalk. The Obama administration won’t submit any deal limiting Iran’s nuclear ambitions to Congress for approval because it won’t be legally binding, Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday. 139 more words

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Army Gen. Dempsey: United States Worries About Iran-Backed Militias In Iraq

WASHINGTON (AP) — Iran is playing a helpful role against Islamic State militants in Iraq now, but once the extremists are vanquished, Tehran-backed militias could undermine efforts to unify the country, the top U.S. 787 more words

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"Rubio Blasts ISIS Strategy He Supports": His Own Views On Foreign Policy Need Quite A Bit Of Work

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) is clearly aware of the fact that many of the Republican presidential candidates are current or former governors. But the Florida senator believes he would have an important advantage over his GOP rivals. 670 more words

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Menendez on Cuba policy: Castro brothers still "have blood on their hands"

PARAMUS – U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) continued to speak out against the recent changes in American policy towards Cuba, with America’s most prominent Cuban-American politician stating that he would not travel to the Caribbean country to negotiate with the current Communist regime, headed by brothers Raul and Fidel Castro. 310 more words

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Sleazy politicians at it again: Hillary Clinton's State Department lifts ban on barred wealthy Ecuadorian - Estefanía Isaías - so she could fund-raise for Obama

Hot Air: This is more than just another of those moments that warily conservatives point to when President Barack Obama or his defenders insist that no administration has operated stricter border controls or pursued more deportations of illegal immigrants. 304 more words

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