Legislators Concerned over Foreign Companies Purchases of U.S. Farmland

Proximity to military bases raises concerns about national security and domestic food security. The Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report last month regarding a pattern of Chinese…

Read More

House Legislators Work on Military Aid and Border Bill Before Recess

The compromise bill would fund Ukraine and address U.S. border security. Representative Don Bacon of Nebraska is one of four bipartisan members of Congress endeavoring to come up…

Read More

Stand-Alone Israel Aid Bill Fails in House

The aid package would have provided $17.6 billion to Israel. Speaker Mike Johnson of Louisiana brought stand-alone legislation to the House floor on Tuesday which was voted down.…

Read More

Supreme Court Allows West Point to Consider Race in Admissions

Justices say the request to block the use of affirmative action was “underdeveloped.“ The Supreme Court declined a request to block the use of affirmative action in the…

Read More

VA Announces Grants for Veteran Suicide Prevention

The community-based organizations provide support, screenings, and case management. The Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced the availability of $52.5 million in funding for grants to organizations focused…

Read More

CIA Director Urges Continued Funding for Ukraine 

He says it is “always a mistake” to underestimate Russia.  Central Intelligence Agency Director William Burns wrote in an op-ed that it would be a mistake if the…

Read More

Speaker Johnson Delivers First Formal Speech

He voices doubts about the proposed border policies. U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson of Louisiana spoke about bipartisan border security negotiations on Wednesday, signaling his skepticism of the…

Read More

Defense Department Issues China Military Power Report 

The report states China’s navy, the largest in the world, continues to expand. The Department of Defense has released its annual “China Military Power Report,” identifying the scope…

Read More

President Considers “Tiered” Response to Iran-Backed Attack

National Security Council spokesperson says to expect “multiple actions.” President Joe Biden has landed on a “tiered” response to a drone attack that killed three U.S. service members…

Read More

White House Considers Strike Response to Iran Attack

The administration wants to respond appropriately to lethal strikes while avoiding war. The White House is facing a balancing act in the aftermath of an Iran-backed drone strike…

Read More
Back to top
FE3