Feinstein won't release the report until "key facts" are allowed to stay in.
Many people on the list have “no recognized terrorist group affiliation.”
In a letter to Obama, the officers said "torture is unacceptable."
Sen. Chris Murphy said an attack near a school was "bulletin board material" for Hamas.
Ukrainian forces have reportedly made gains against pro-Russian separatists.
It's no secret the number of foreign fighters in Syria and Iraq has reached crisis levels.
Der Spiegel said unencrypted calls were made during the peak of negotiations in 2013.
Officials say Moscow violated the 1987 treaty with a banned cruise missile.
He said the CIA's snooping on the Senate is "an affront to our republic."
Forthcoming report will detail now-defunct interrogation techniques "contrary to our values."
Sen. Richard Blumenthal says the agency needs “broad and systemic” changes.
John Brennan has kept Congress in the loop, Saxby Chambliss said.
House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce calls for US to use drones against militants.
World powers extended talks with Iran last month.
Rep. Steve Israel (D-N.Y.) is traveling with six others on the bipartisan trip.
Netanyahu reportedly admonished U.S. "not to ever second guess me again."
The comments come after fighting between ISIS and Kurdish forces in northern Iraq.
The close encounter happened just a day after the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 17.
“I thought it was a mistake then, I still think it’s a mistake,” he said of the probe.
The measure now heads to the president.
The plan would help "build their capacity for internal defense."
“I have full confidence in John Brennan,” Obama said.
The measure, for civilians who helped the U.S., now heads to Obama's desk.
President Obama spoke to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday about the crisis in Ukraine,...