Tick, tock: Congress has 60 days to review the Iran nuclear deal, which has already spawned heated debate.

 IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL

Start the clock: The 60-day clock for Congress to review the nuclear agreement with Iran starts today. Members of the Obama administration were out in force this weekend defending the deal, with Secretary of State John Kerry warning if Congress killed the deal “then we have no inspections, we have no sanctions, we have no ability to negotiate.” As for the Republicans? Let’s just say they disagree. Scott Walker — Wisconsin governor and GOP presidential hopeful — said he would rip up the agreement on “Day 1″ of his presidency. No confusion there.

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BILL COSBY

More revelations: America’s (once) favorite TV dad made headlines once again this weekend, with the release of more details from a civil lawsuit deposition taken a decade ago. In it, Bill Cosby said he had sexual relationships with at least five women outside of his marriage, gave prescription sedatives to women he wanted to have sex with and tried to hide the affairs from his wife. Cosby — who has never been criminally charged — said in the deposition that the sex and drug-taking were consensual.

CHATTANOOGA SHOOTING

Still searching: The hunt for a motive continues in last week’s shootings at two military centers in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Investigators are still digging into the past of gunman Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez, who killed four Marines and a member of the Navy. The gunman’s family spoke out publicly for the first time and has told investigators he was depressed and abused drugs.

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