President Obama spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday about the crisis in Ukraine,...
Lawmakers leave meeting saying Obama hasn't changed his mind.
The House voted 420-5 to approve the $17 billion VA overhaul.
Today's Russia is not a natural enemy of the U.S.
White House spokesman says Europe's sanctions will closely track the administration's.
Lawmakers are now racing to pass the bill before the August recess.
EU members are set to meet Tuesday to consider new sanctions on Moscow.
Despite this tragedy, the battlefield remains the same as it was before the crash.
Hensarling says firms sanctioned by the U.S. have benefitted from Ex-Im.
Officials say heavier and more sophisticated launchers are being supplied.
"I’m sorry. I mean how feckless are they?" Corker asked.
Don't prod the Russian bear without anticipating, and covering off, the consequences.
Two Democratic lawmakers called on CIA chief Brennan to resign.
The move could be retaliation for new Western sanctions.
Ayotte, McCain and Graham renew calls for lethal weapons to Ukraine.
In a 97-0 vote, lawmakers gave Robert McDonald a clear mandate to reform the agency.
Russia has allegedly tested a banned ground-launch cruise missile.
The White House confirmed Monday that more sanctions on Moscow are coming.
The U.N. says the jet's downing may be a war crime, but the crash site is inaccessible.
Petro Poroshenko wants the U.S. to work with Europe and increase the pressure on Russia.
Closing capital markets to Russian banks are among the penalties that could be imposed.
For both Russia and the West, the time has come to change course in Ukraine.
The reports come less than a week after a Malaysian jet was shot down.
The Senate Veterans Committee will vote on McDonald Wednesday.