As you probably know by now, today's deadline for a framework of a nuclear deal with Iran has been extended by 24 hours.
Leading up to the extension was more concessions by the Obama Administration and its P5 + 1 partners including keeping the Fandow enrichment facility open, putting off disclosing their "potential military dimensions" of their nuclear program to the IAEA indefinitely and all the while Iran is hardening its position.
If they don't reach an agreement in 24 hours, well, no big deal. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says today's deadline is "arbitrary". This a fortnight after stating the Obama Administration and its P5 + 1 partners would walk away from the negotiating table if an agreement was not reached.