From left, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, British Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, and U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, line up for a press announcement after the end of a new round of Nuclear Iran Talks in the Learning Center at the Swiss federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), in Lausanne, Switzerland, Thursday, April 2, 2015.

Lawmakers weigh in on Iran deal framework

Now that a broad agreement has been reached, the often even more difficult task of agreeing on specifics will begin.

From left, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Federica Mogherini, Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, British Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, and U.S. Secretary of State, John Kerry, line up for a press announcement after the end of a new round of Nuclear Iran Talks in the Learning Center at the Swiss federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), in Lausanne, Switzerland, Thursday, April 2, 2015.

Nuke deal: World powers, Iran seal breakthrough framework

The United States and Iran, long-time adversaries who hashed out much of the agreement, each hailed the efforts of their diplomats over days…

NCAA President Mark Emmert answers questions during a news conference at the Men's Final Four college basketball tournament Thursday, April 2, 2015, in Indianapolis.

NCAA to examine events in other states after law dispute

Whether he and the NCAA’s leaders can take that stand in other states with similar laws is less clear – and its leaders acknowledge wading i…

In this Oct. 24, 2012 file photo, then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at the State Department in Washington. Once again, Hillary Rodham Clinton did it her way, and it could cost her. Clinton’s decision to eschew government email and use her own private server as secretary of state is raising questions about secrecy, security and the law _ including whether she might have deleted important messages tapped into her ubiquitous Blackberry instead of preserving them for public scrutiny and history. At the least, the controversy is a bump on her unprecedented path from first lady to presumed presidential contender.

Federal appeals court to weigh Hillary Clinton documents

As the 2016 race starts to take shape, what does it all mean?