The stars appear aligned for major reform of the Pentagon’s acquisition programs.
Mike Pompeo said it “begs the question of what other information Clinton did not provide.”
Sen. Boozman said the move "risks serious damage to our national and global security."
Shaheen says the VA should "immediately" make changes after a Supreme Court ruling.
The senators say closing a loophole would help protect veterans and federal money.
The White House should allow U.S. troops to embed with Iraqi forces, she said.
The harsh criticism came in an annual report on the status of human rights.
“I think it needs to be released,” Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R-Ga.) told The Hill.
Rep. Michael McCaul has a new bill to fight extremists who grow radicalized online.
The letter also lays out red lines for their support.
Rep. Martha McSally blasted the Obama administration's approach.
With only days left for the talks, the GOP takes aim at the White House's agreement.
Some say decision should be left to Pentagon, not Congress.
"We have a lot of hard work to do" by Tuesday's deadline, Kerry said.
The agency found this week it lacked 15 emails from Clinton's personal server.
The New Jersey Democrat said he is concerned about a recent speech from Iran's supreme leader.
Allowing families to pay ransoms is unwise, one for which innocent people may pay the price.
Sens. Mark Kirk and Robert Menendez are seeking a 10-year extension of a sanctions bill.
The retirement "results in an overall capacity decrease," the government watchdog says.
The decision to initiate charges of war crimes against Israel prompted the blowback.
The conferees will be led by Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry.
A major difference centers on restrictions on closing the Guantanamo Bay detention facility.
The Intelligence Authorization Act now heads to the Senate floor.
"How come we are not reading about any concessions on the Iranian side?” Ed Royce asked.