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The fourth Thanksgiving. The fourth Hanukkah. This is a hard season for Judy Gross, even harder for her husband, Alan, who on Tuesday began his fifth year of captivity in a Cuban prison.
The Washington Post reported Friday that Rep. Eric Cantor, R-Va., right, had passed off a draft of tougher nuclear weapons deal with Iran to House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md, left.
On MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes show, host Hayes tagged opponents of President Obama's deal with Iran over its nuclear program as "extreme" and "nefarious' even while acknowledging that the opposition is bipartisan.
The U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration awarded more than $1.5 million to the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety, New Jersey's U.S. senators, Robert Menendez and Cory Booker, announced today.
In the early morning hours of Nov. 24, representatives of Iran, the United States and five other powers announced an agreement in Geneva on a plan for Iran's nuclear program.
A U.S. senator called for better railroad safety after two tanker cars carrying a flammable liquid derailed from a freight train in a Central Jersey borough.
Federal agents descended on the clinic of a South Florida eye doctor close to Sen. Robert Menendez in January - a dark-of-night raid that soon spiraled into a string of national news stories about trips on the physician's private plane to the Dominican Republic and scandalous allegations of trysts with underage prostitutes.
The death of Nelson "Madiba" Mandela yesterday prompted numerous officials to pay tribute to his contributions to South Africa and the world and express a sense of loss at the passing of the 95-year-old human rights icon.
Harry Reid is in the hot seat on the question of whether to allow a vote on Iran sanctions legislation, and it will only get hotter when the Senate returns from recess next week.
A monumental battle is shaping up in the United States Senate over the issue of new draconian sanctions against Iran.
Proponents of the Iran nuclear deal are calling it "a victory for diplomacy." That very much remains to be seen; certainly it is a premature judgment.
"I can think of no better tribute than having an elementary school named in my honor," the U.S. senator said at a ceremony at the 55th Street school, which previously was known as School 3. "It's where it all began for me and I know my mother, who has passed away, would have been proud."
Despite concerns that "the interim agreement did not go far enough," Sen. Robert Menendez is taking a wait-and-see attitude toward a deal that temporarily freezes Iran's nuclear programs and somewhat eases existing sanctions.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor has told House Republicans he wants a bipartisan bill to define what would be an acceptable outcome in a final deal with Iran on its nuclear development program.