Some hawks are pushing hard for new sanctions, but right now, it looks like the Senate will give the administration some time on the Iran deal.
The interim deal reached with Iran over its nuclear program does not contain requirements about the Americans detained in the country.
The deal is expected to trade relief from sanctions for scaling back Iran's nuclear program.
Leaks to the Iranian press have been dominating coverage of Geneva, while western powers stay tight-lipped.
Statements sent to the Hill repeat tough positions on Iran.
Numbers quoted in AIPAC-distributed materials are much lower than those put forward by the Israeli government.
Ron Dermer attempts to smooth over a moment of unusual U.S.-Israeli tension as world powers negotiate toward a deal in Geneva.
The official doesn't specifically condemn inflammatory rhetoric by Iran's supreme leader.
Reporters aren't buying it.
"I was very disappointed," Sen. Bob Corker said. Sen Mark Kirk. said today is the day he witnessed "the future of nuclear war in the Middle East."
"The Iranian regime hasn't paused its nuclear program, why should we pause our sanctions efforts...?
Kerry also rejected Assad's 30-day timetable to submit data on his chemical weapons stockpile.