In this April 14, 2015 file photo, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., center, and the committee's ranking member Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md. speak to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington. The Senate muscled its way into President Barack Obama's talks to curb Iran's nuclear program, overwhelmingly backing legislation Thursday that would let Congress review and possibly reject any final deal with Tehran. The vote was 98-1 for the bipartisan bill that would give Congress a say on what could be a historic accord that the United States and five other nations are trying to finalize with Iran, which would get relief from crippling economy penalties.

House passes bill for Congress to review Iran nuclear deal

The House overwhelmingly passed the bill on a 400 to 25 vote.

A Nepalese army soldier clears rubble from a damaged house at Lele in Lalitpur, Nepal, Thursday, May 14, 2015. On April 25, a magnitude-7.8 earthquake killed thousands of people, injured tens of thousands more and left hundreds of thousands homeless. Then, just as the country was beginning to rebuild, a magnitude-7.3 earthquake battered it again.

Nepal’s prime minister: ‘We were not prepared’ for 2nd quake

With hundreds of thousands of people left homeless, he said the coming monsoon rains loomed large.