The delay will make getting a bill done this week a heavy lift.
Energy experts say the real problem for the U.S. isn’t a slow approval process.
Legislation to help Ukraine faces obstacles in Congress.
The former national security advisor warned standoff with Putin could spiral out of control.
Ryan also proposed expanding energy exports to loosen Russia’s influence over Western Europe.
The Republican called for sanctions, military support and increased natural gas exports.
“Obama took it out to appease Putin,” Cheney said of curtailed plans in Eastern Europe.
A few conservative Republicans had looked to Putin as a kindred spirit.
The former national security adviser says Russia is "vulnerable" to sanctions.
The White House on Thursday moved to impose economic sanctions and visa restrictions.
Resolution by the House Foreign Affairs Committee denounces Russia's intervention in Crimea.
The Russian foreign minister called the decision to impose sanctions "unconstructive."
House members offered up a slew of stronger options.
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The House Democratic Caucus head warned a hurried response could lead to the next Iraq.
House chairman says chamber must impose crippling sanctions on Russian officials.
Russia's rejection of the emergency meeting further adds to growing tensions.
The House could vote as soon as this week to help its government stand up to Russia.
The guarantees would help Ukrainians who could see the loss of Russian energy subsidies.
Putin said the ousting of Ukraine's president was an “unconstitutional coup.”
Putin responded on Tuesday morning, blaming a coup in Ukraine for causing instability, fear.
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Obama will not send a delegation to Sochi to protest Russian military action in Ukraine.
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It's time to say "enough is enough," the Speaker said.
The vice president urged the Russian prime minister to pull back forces from Crimea.
The Connecticut senator said financial actions have bipartisan support in Congress.
"Military action is not an option, for obvious reasons," Mike Morell said.
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“We are looking to de-escalate this,” an official said.
“I think Putin is playing chess, and I think we’re playing marbles," Rogers said.
Kerry called Russia’s “invasion and occupation” of Ukrainian territory a threat to peace.
Speaking from Russia, Viktor Yanukovych vowed he will return to power.
The Democratic leader has only himself to blame for bringing Congress to a halt, Corker said.