Officials learned Iran broke into social media accounts thanks to a new Facebook feature.
The Israeli Prime Minister hopes the talks will help outline a new 10-year military aid package for his country.
Iran is more willing to engage with the U.N. than in previous years, the report's author said.
Rouhani needs sanctions lifted quickly; Khamenei just ordered him to move slowly.
Khamenei said Iran would stop implementing the deal if the six powers imposed any new sanctions.
Iran must now demonstrate that it has restricted its nuclear program as promised.
The move was "clear violation" of a U.N. Security Council ban on ballistic missile tests, a senior U.S. official said.
A missile test announced by Iran over the weekend was an apparent violation of a U.N. Security Council resolution.
AIPAC's fundamental role is to promote U.S.-Israeli relations without regard to who's in office.
The agreement has invigorated the Iranian president's foes rather than strengthen his position.
Nuclear deal in hand and boasting that Iran saved Baghdad from falling, Rouhani projects self-confidence.
The disgraced former CIA director and army general was there to offer his views on the Mideast.
President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu will discuss regional security issues.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell failed in his attempt to lure at least a couple more Democrats into voting for a resolution of disapproval.
Rouhani would be the first Iranian leader to visit France since 1999.
How long will it take for Supreme Leader Khamenei to undermine President Rouhani's democratic reforms?
"We'll revisit the issue next week and see if maybe any folks want to change their minds," Mitch McConnell said.
The Israeli leader made the announcement at a meeting with his British counterpart David Cameron.
Will Iran's engagement with the West undermine the power of the mullahs? Think Soviet Union.
The former secretary of state promises to increase military support for Israel if elected.
"I support this deal. I support it as part of a larger strategy toward Iran," Clinton said.
Forty one senators now back the deal, despite critics warning it may pave the way for an Iranian nuclear attack on the U.S.
Obama now has enough votes to block a Republican-backed resolution disapproving of the nuclear deal.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee placed all of its chips on its multi-million dollar campaign to scuttle the Iran deal, and it now appears it will lose that bet.
Memories of the 6 million murdered by the Nazis informs the debate about Iran's nuclear ambitions.
The nuclear watchdog warned it will run out of money next month to monitor implementation of nuclear accords unless it gets more funding.