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Stories with person: Edward Markey
  • A look at where Senate Democrats stand on the Iran deal 
    Updated: Sep-02-15 1:05 pm

    Congress will vote this month on a resolution to disapprove of the White House-backed nuclear deal struck with Iran by the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany. The deal aims to limit Iran's nuclear program in exchange for hundreds of billions of dollars in relief from international sanctions.

  • US Rep. Joe Kennedy backing Iran nuclear weapons deal 
    Updated: Aug-31-15 1:47 pm

    BOSTON - U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy is backing the nuclear deal with Iran, joining a majority of the state's all-Democratic congressional delegation in supporting the international agreement.

  • US Sen. Markey announces support of Iran nuclear deal 
    Updated: Aug-19-15 7:46 pm

    BOSTON - U.S. Sen. Edward Markey said Wednesday he's backing the nuclear deal with Iran, calling it the best tool to secure an Iran free of the weapons.

  • US Rep. Clark announces support of Iran nuclear deal 
    Updated: Aug-13-15 2:25 pm

    BOSTON - U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark is joining other members of the state's all-Democratic congressional delegation in backing the nuclear deal with Iran.

  • US Rep. Tsongas announces support of Iran nuclear deal 
    Updated: Aug-12-15 3:49 pm

    BOSTON - Rep. Niki Tsongas is the latest member of Massachusetts' all-Democratic congressional delegation to back the nuclear deal with Iran.

  • In Obama stronghold of Massachusetts, some unsure on Iran story has photos
    Updated: Aug-11-15 1:58 am

    BOSTON - With just over a month before the deadline for Congress to act on an international nuclear deal with Iran, more than half of Massachusetts' all-Democratic delegation is still on the fence, according to a poll of the state's 11 members of Congress by The Associated Press.

  • Automakers trying to prevent hackers from commandeering cars story has photos
    Updated: Aug-05-15 1:05 pm

    DETROIT - When researchers at two West Coast universities took control of a General Motors car through cellular and Bluetooth connections in 2010, they startled the auto industry by exposing a glaring security gap.