U.S. Department of State
Top diplomat says Iran deal possible by Sunday

Envoys from the six global powers that have spent 18 months trying to negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran hope to complete an outline as early as Sunday, two days before the March 31 deadline, according to a top  diplomat. British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, speaking to reporters Friday in Washington, said diplomats hope to reach a preliminary deal “over the next 48 hours” but will keep working if they don't. Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary, said it was “possible” the negotiators would need until early next week to complete the framework. Negotiating teams led by Secretary of State John F. Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister...