The Brennan Center for Justice is proposing 15 additional administrative actions for Obama.
The attorney general said the funding would pay for police training around the country.
The designation for the alleged Kansas shooter would carry additional criminal penalties.
Cruz says Holder is "denying Congress and defying the rule of law."
The rule affects officers from countries like North Korea and China.
A pair of unions for U.S. airline employees are calling for a "thorough investigation" of Norwegian Airlines bid to gain access to airports in the U.S. and European Union.
Norwegian Air is attempting to gain access to airports that are covered under the U.S. and European Union’s “Open Skies” agreement by registering its airplanes in Ireland, which is a member of the EU.
The Scandinavian company says it will be able to offer transatlantic flights for as low as $150 each way if its effort is approved by the Department of Transportation.
A House bill would nullify rules that require airlines to include taxes in price quotes.
NHTSA said the automaker is nearly a week late in responding to questions.
Republicans said the attorney general is flouting laws on marijuana and criminal sentencing.
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-D.C.) is attaching her proposal to require the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to keep track of sexual assaults that are committed on airplanes to a bill about airfare advertising that is scheduled to be marked up on Wednesday.
Norton said her measure, which has been dubbed the Protecting Airline Passengers from Sexual Assaults Act, would help close a loophole in sexual assault reporting that occurs because in-flight sexual assaults are often not investigated properly due to murky jurisdiction rules.
Norton said the airline advertising bill that is scheduled to be marked up on Wednesday by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee “provides an opportunity to move this vital legislation to require the FAA to keep real-time statistics and documentation on sexual assaults on airplanes.