Senators tighten up the national security loophole Obama used to circumvent ban on taxpayer cash lining Russia's pockets.
Senate Dem chairman: "I'm not thinking about what Putin will do...we've seen what he'll do. It's what we in the West will do."
Rosoboronexport, which has benefited from no-bid Pentagon contracts, recently tried to sell Buk missile system to Malaysia.
White House paves way for more time by waxing about Tehran's "surprisingly favorable" record, while Hill critics say no way to regime "ploy."
Rep. Frederica Wilson talks to PJM about her recent trip to Nigeria and how mainstream media has "abandoned" the kidnapped schoolgirls.
Administration officials consider getting into bed with the dictator even as former ambassador warns they don't understand the alliance.
"There's nothing that is taking place down there that I am not intimately aware of and briefed on... This isn't theater."
But even lawmakers on the Hill get Abdullah's point, with one senator noting "all of the irregularities seem to favor one candidate."
As negotiators barrel toward July 20 deadline, administration insists they're working with "a series of easily achievable measures."
Recruiting not just fighters but doctors, engineers, secretaries and translators as Washington still assessing.
Even the electric industry is nervous about the federal government's new interest in ditches.
Armed Services chairman: "I want to urge the president -- for once -- to make up his mind and commit to a comprehensive course of action."
Republicans say he should be shipped to Gitmo instead of civilian court; Reid calls GOP reactions "shocking and disgusting."
The State Department under Clinton went "out of its way to downplay the effectiveness or lethality of the group," senator charges.
Boehner: "It's important we resolve this issue in a fair amount of time so that we can do the work that we were elected to do."
Lawmakers warn of al-Qaeda power while administration touts its "attentiveness" to humanitarian needs.
President Obama passes on an official statement while former ambassador warns situation in the PRC is "very, very bleak."
"If China remains a dictatorship it could be even more bloody than the 20th century," warns one of Tiananmen's most wanted.
"Does the president seek to replicate his mistakes in Iraq where he abandoned the region to chaos?" asks one chairman.
"If what has been alleged is true, that would be an outrage," Carney says while suggesting scandal confined to Phoenix.
Committee Dem raises the "elephant in the room" at Shinseki hearing: Shouldn't the FBI be investigating "criminal" waitlist scandal?
One European nation has a 69 percent anti-Semitism rate, while many Iranians clearly haven't been listening to their ayatollah.
Lawmakers trying to get human-rights sanctions imposed face an administration that puts words in the opposition's mouth and doesn't want to irk Maduro.
Administration tries keeping down the volume on scandal over the VA waitlist deaths, but the tragedy isn't confined to Phoenix.
Calls for rescuing the kidnapped schoolgirls include lawmakers heading to the Nigerian Embassy and one senator suggesting Special Forces action.