Many fear the consequences if the president-elect follows through on calls to end the agreement.
If the deal is so good, why is the Obama administration keeping so many secrets?
The confidential report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) did not point to any violations in Tehran's observance of the deal.
A report from a think tank, the Institute for Science and International Security, says yes.
Shahram Amiri disappeared in 2009, surfaced in the U.S. but returned home to Iran in 2010.
Non-nuclear sanctions continue to cripple Tehran's economy and the country's leaders have had enough.
British businessmen also blacklisted for supporting Iranian airline.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu seeks "immediate punitive steps" by world powers.
Iran is expecting an economic boom in the post-sanctions era.
Make no mistake: We negotiated with terrorists, and the terrorists won.
The Washington Post reporter was one of five Americans freed in a prisoner exchange.
Jason Rezaian of "The Washington Post" was said to be among those freed.
Iranian officials have floated the idea of a prisoner exchange involving American citizens held in Iran.
The Supreme Court must decide whether victims of Iranian-inspired terrorism can be compensated.
Shah of Iran made same arguments as Islamic government that would eventually replace him.
The risk to spying on Israel was surpassed by spying on Congress, to further the Iran nuclear deal.
State television showed a new underground depot with Emad precision-guided missiles which the U.S. says can take a nuclear warhead.
Sanctions monitors said Tehran had violated a U.N. Security Council resolution by test-firing a missile.
The International Atomic Energy Agency found no credible sign of weapons-related work beyond 2009.