Six-party talks on Iran's nuclear program have been happening behind closed doors but, since the beginning, Israel has been spying on the conversations — and feeding the information to members of Congress to sour them on the deal. That's according to an exclusive report in today's Wall Street Journal. The reporter is Adam Entous in Jerusalem.
Shortly before Prime Minister Netanyahu's address to a meeting of Congress, Secretary of State John Kerry issued a kind of warning. "We are concerned by reports that suggest selective details of the ongoing negotiations will be discussed publically in the coming days. I want to say clearly that doing so would make it more difficult to reach the goal that Israel and others say they share."