Pressure continues to mount on Maryland Senator Ben Cardin to decide which way he will vote on the Iran nuclear deal. Supporters and opponents of the deal continue to hold rallies, trying to help sway his vote.
A proposed nuclear deal with Iran is still causing major controversy in Maryland. Hundreds rally against the agreement with Senator Ben Cardin under intense pressure to choose a position.
Opponents of President Barack Obama’s nuclear pact with Iran tried turning up the heat this week on undecided Senate Democrat Jon Tester with a TV ad saying politician like him would have “blood on their hands” if they supported the deal. But the burly Montanan came out in favor, the latest of a string of Democrats to shrug off ad campaigns from opposition groups.
The battle over a nuclear deal with Iran is turning into one of the most expensive Congress has ever seen.
National groups are mounting an aggressive ad war in the state for and against the agreement. That’s because Senator Ben Cardin will play a pivotal role in whether the deal lives or dies.
Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin says it’s in his DNA to be the Democrats’ top Senate negotiator on Iran, a role he’ll play next week when the Foreign Relations Committee opens difficult hearings on the issue.
A Maryland man has been convicted on charges of exporting American manufactured industrial products to Iran.
Closing arguments are expected Wednesday in the trial of an Iranian-American man living in Maryland who allegedly helped Iran launch a satellite from Russia, a violation of a trade embargo the United States has against the Middle Eastern country.
An attorney for an Iranian-American man accused of illegally helping Iran launch its first satellite urged jurors during closing arguments not to let fear cloud their judgment in the case.
The case against an Iranian-American man accused of helping Iran launch its first satellite may sound like a James Bond movie but it’s a real life drama, a prosecutor said Tuesday as trial opened.
A Maryland man has been indicted on charges of exporting American manufactured industrial products to Iran.
Romney won this debate in more ways than one – most impressively due to his dignified style.