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WASHINGTON - The Obama administration and Congress clashed Tuesday over the historic nuclear deal with Iran, exposing deep rifts over a U.S. pledge to refrain from any new sanctions over the next six months in exchange for concessions on enriching uranium. The disagreement could have broad consequences for the U.S. diplomatic effort to prevent Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
Recent editorials from Tennessee newspapers:
JERSEY CITY, New Jersey - Steven Fulop, the mayor of New Jersey's second-largest city, doesn't always get recognized. People mistake the baby-faced former Marine and Goldman Sachs trader for a staffer, asking him when the mayor will arrive.
WASHINGTON - An agreement secured with its greatest global foe, the Obama administration pleaded Tuesday with a more familiar if often difficult negotiating partner not to scuttle last weekend's Iran nuclear deal: Congress.
WASHINGTON - The House joined the Senate on Tuesday in approving an extension of a program established by George W. Bush to fight AIDS and other diseases across the world. The measure will now go to President Barack Obama.
WASHINGTON - The Senate has approved an extension of a program established by former President George W. Bush to fight AIDS worldwide.