Senate committees next week will spend time examining the Iran nuclear deal, and the transition out of Afghanistan.
The House will hear from three Obama administration Cabinet secretaries next week on healthcare, Iran and international finance.
The House Science, Space, and Technology Committee next week will get an update from scientists on whether life exists elsewhere in the universe.
House committees will investigate next week whether the ObamaCare health exchange website is secure.
HealthCare.gov launched on Oct. 1 and has experienced technical “glitches” ever since. President Obama has apologized for the website and said it would be up and fully running by the end of the month.
Secretary of State John Kerry will testify before a Senate committee next week about the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Senate Democrats nearly ratified the United Nation’s convention last year, but fell just six votes short. The treaty promotes equal rights for people with disabilities around the world.
The Senate Judiciary Committee will begin work on the Surveillance Transparency Act next week.
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) introduced S. 1452, which would require the government to report details about its national surveillance programs in an...
House Republicans next week will hold several oversight hearings on ObamaCare that focus on the failed HealthCare.gov website and data privacy on the site.
Trayvon Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton, will testify before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee Tuesday about the “stand your ground" law in Florida.
The hearing was originally scheduled for last month, but had to be postponed until Oct. 29....
House Republicans have planned two oversight hearings next week on ObamaCare, and others dealing with the housing bailout and wasteful federal conferences.
The main event is a Wednesday hearing at the House Energy & Commerce Committee...
The House Homeland Security Committee will hold a hearing next Tuesday to mark the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center, damaged the Pentagon, and killed more than 2,700 people in those buildings and in a plane that crashed in Pennsylvania.
The committee, chaired by Rep. Pete King (R-N.Y.), had not listed a time and place for the hearing as of Friday morning.