Presidential candidate says 60-day clock hasn't really even started yet.
The legislation would allow veterans to start businesses with their benefits.
Rep. John Larson's bill would allow the use of armed forces, under certain conditions.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter signed a memo clarifying DOD policy.
They have scheduled one-third as many town halls as their Republican colleagues.
McConnell said it is "not acceptable" that the White House has not turned them over.
Wendy Sherman said they are looking "more for the sound bite than the bite of this deal."
Dunford is expected to take over for Gen. Martin Dempsey later this year.
The public hearing on Oct. 22 will be a surefire media spectacle.
Top defense officials defended the nuclear deal during a Senate hearing Wednesday.
Rep. Grace Meng says she opposes the nuclear bargain.
The U.S. needs new authority to do so since it has cut off relations with Syria.
U.S. agencies say ISIS is just as strong as it was a year ago.
The sanctions hit two-dozen people or entitites in Russia and Ukraine.
A man from Democratic Rep. Dan Kildee's district has been held in Iran since 2011.
“As people know more about it, they become more opposed to it,” he said.
Reports Wednesday confirmed the death of the group's first leader, Mullah Omar.
The letter claims the White House has a "legal obligation" to hand the deals over.
It's not so much the text of the plan as its context that should guide lawmakers' decisions.
"We’re still going to fight them at a lot of different levels," Obama told Dem lawmakers.
The bill passed 256-170 despite a veto threat from the White House.
“I’m just so horrified," says Rep. Gerald Connolly.
It initially appeared Cruz would not be allowed to ask questions at an Iran hearing.
The Senate copay proposal for military retirees is a commonsense move toward efficiency.