But Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) fires back.
He slammed the GOP's open letter as "irresponsible" and "flat wrong."
"That would have to be addressed through the Budget [Control] Act itself," Mike Enzi said.
Obama's new aid package does not include the lethal arms that lawmakers are demanding.
Kerry, a former Vietnam War protester, gets irritated with interruption.
Heavy fog complicated search and rescue efforts in Florida.
A letter from Senate Republicans to Iran’s leadership has forced the GOP to play defense.
Patients at the facility faced long wait times and officials covered up delays.
Rep. Trey Gowdy says she "created more questions than answers."
Clinton said any explanation "does discredit to the letter's signatories."
Adm. Jonathan Greenert said the Navy's ability to win a war at sea would be at risk.
"There is nothing conservative or Republican" about cutting defense spending, they write.
The 2016 contender said he supports the creation of Kurdistan.
Army leaders warned that troop levels could be cut by 70,000 by 2017.
Russia is increasingly using Cam Ranh Bay to stage air missions.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) went on the defensive Wednesday in an op-ed explaining why he led the...
The announcement on Tuesday marks the second time the coalition has officially declared territory...
Lawmakers are nowhere close to a deal to renew provisions of the Patriot Act.
A group of Senators wrote of "flagrant violation" of a ceasefire by Russia.
Democrats accuse Republicans of trying to undermine the president.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.) says lawmakers have felt excluded from the process.
Jindal is the first official not serving in Congress to sign on with 47 Senate Republicans.
“It’s pretty evident we’re not going to do much” beyond making statements, Corker said.
"Now is the time" to provide weapons, Sens. Bob Corker and Bob Menendez said.