The new statement makes clear that the pressure is on Congress.
The two amendments passed by voice votes.
Sen. Mark Warner wants the Pentagon to assure the safety of 100 U.S. service members.
A bipartisan team of senators introduced a bill Tuesday aimed at breaking the decades-long standoff...
The U.S. will "maintain its current posture of 9,800 troops through the end of 2015."
The Surveillance State Repeal Act would overhaul spying laws like no other NSA reform effort.
“I don’t like it,” said Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.). “I like what we had last week."
The A-10 is considered the "Chuck Norris of airplanes."
The senator said Denis McDonough is using the same language as Hamas.
"Leading from behind is a disaster. I think leading from the front is required," he said.
Afghan president wants U.S. troops to stay longer in his country.
The Dem bill takes aim at what Sen. Markey calls a "bloated nuclear arsenal."
Rubio said he wants to use projected defense budget numbers from fiscal year 2012.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) says he is willing to introduce a resolution that would gives...
"We cannot afford to see Afghanistan spiral back into lawlessness," said Rep. Schiff.
"We're voting the budget that fully funds defense," Rep. Mike Turner said.
The VETS Act would exclude federal discharged loans from gross income for tax purposes.
More veterans will have access to outside care, following congressional scrutiny.
"That money isn't close to being real," the Senate minority leader said.
The Obama administration has so far only provided non-lethal support to Ukraine.
Obama will allow most of the 10,000 troops now in Afghanistan to remain through 2015.
The senator called Ayatollah Khamenei the “gravest threat” to U.S. security.
Islamic State militants have destroyed historical sites in the Middle East as a form of terrorism.
Rep. Jeff Miller ripped the VA for construction projects running billions over budget.