"We did that before, and it didn't work," said Rep. Adam Smith about U.S. ground troops.
Keeping Aung San Suu Kyi from running for president "doesn't make much sense," he says.
Russia's economic breakdown has many reasons.
The senators demanded Thursday that Congress "weigh in" on nuclear negotiations with Iran.
He said he would not send forces "into harm’s way with their arms tied behind their backs."
Rep. Ed Royce said "cronyism" hobbled the effort against the virus.
Markets are choosing to ignore highly disturbing European political developments.
Sens. Menendez and Kirk detailed the conditions they expect for a "good deal."
New figures show an increase of 830 cases and 60 deaths in five days.
Rep. Tom Cole said Congress should fund the government through September 2015.
"We are poised to act if it becomes necessary to get people out," an official told CNN.
McCain says it makes no sense to cooperate with a regime arming Assad in Syria.
The CDC sees signs U.S. efforts are helping to slow the epidemic in Africa.
The pledge is meant to send a signal to other countries, especially G-20 host Australia.
A new report urges stronger U.S. Labor Department oversight.
The bill elminates a loophole that allowed war criminals to collect Social Security.
An aide acknowledged there had been "regular meetings" with the president.
Tensions are already high between Russia and NATO amid the Ukraine crisis.
Senators said an ISIS measure shouldn't limit military options.
"This gradualism, unfortunately, is beginning to remind me of the Vietnam War," he said.
“There’s no need to extend this questionable war another five or six months,” he said.
The senator said climate change deniers can no longer use China as an excuse for inaction.
The general says Obama delayed announcing more troops until after the midterms.
Scott described the request as a “blank check with no strategy.”