The Obama administration has so far only provided non-lethal support to Ukraine.
House Foreign Affairs members want Twitter to help users report "terrorist content."
I never tire of all the pomp and circumstance, but there is one discordant note.
Countries will look to FCC claims of regulatory authority as justification for their actions.
Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.) says the U.S. should invest in renewable energy technologies.
Passage of the resolution comes a day before Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will address a...
Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.), the top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, suggested that...
Rep. Eliot Engel also said the U.S. should consider airstrikes in Syria.
The House on Wednesday passed a resolution to condemn the extremist group Hamas for its recent...
The House on Tuesday passed legislation to impose further sanctions extremist group Hezbollah's...
Chairman Royce called for the U.S. to launch drone strikes against militant groups.
The House on Tuesday passed five bills to boost law enforcement efforts.
The letter reminds Obama that only Congress can grant permanent sanctions relief.
Leaders of the House Foreign Affairs Committee offered the bill in light of the Sony Pictures hack.
Seventeen were killed in the attacks on a satirical magazine and a kosher market.
Eight lawmakers urged the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to buy the Mistral-Class warships...
A group of 354 House members urged Secretary of State John Kerry to keep close watch on whether...
Rep. Eliot Engel (D-N.Y.) says Congress should back the plan to aid Syrian rebels.
House Foreign Affairs panel leaders urged Obama to expand strikes against ISIS.
The pact has been the centerpiece of U.S. trade relations with sub-Saharan Africa since 2000.
The Foreign Affairs chairman said Iraq had called for strikes since August 2013.
344 lawmakers signed a letter asking to sign off on any permanent sanctions relief.
"Any permanent sanctions relief demands congressional approval," they say.
However, Engel said that Putin was “trying everything he can” to disrupt planned elections.