Former top officials at the CIA were denied a chance to see the Senate's "torture report."
Applicants should have a decade of experience and an “absolute record of discretion."
Officials say heavier and more sophisticated launchers are being supplied.
Leaders of House and Senate panels are expected to talk again on Friday.
The bill would provide funding for Israeli missile defense.
Senators expressed doubt that Iraq will emerge from its crisis capable of defeating ISIS.
Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall has extensive experience in nuclear weapons and nonproliferation.
Reid and McConnell will schedule the vote, which could come as early as today.
"It may have changed its name, but it is al Qaeda," said a State official.
“Clearly we’re running out of space here,” the Vermont senator said.
The panel unanimously backed Robert McDonald, sending his nomination to the full Senate.
The Foreign Affairs chairman said Iraq had called for strikes since August 2013.
The embassy was evacuated with a military escort as fighting grows in the country.
It is the first time the Navy has included biofuels in its annual request.
The resolution passed with bipartisan support in a 370-40 vote.
13 Republicans voted in favor of a motion instructing conferees to agree to Senate VA bill.
Sen. Robert Menendez is demanding information from the Pentagon about military options.
Sanders says House GOP not serious about negotiating over veterans bill.
“I would hope that we could, maybe all of us, cool down some,” McCain said.
Rep. Jeff Miller said the department’s numbers “simply cannot be trusted.”
Agents do not need “concrete facts” or “irrefutable evidence” that someone is a terrorist.
The Senate confirmed Madelyn Creedon to be the second highest ranking official at the National...
Senate Intel ranking member said the administration “did not really show that smoking gun."
"I’m sorry. I mean how feckless are they?" Corker asked.