Senate Subcommittee Chair Disappointed U.S. Chips Found in Russian Weapons

He says U.S. companies have the ability to track their products and do more. The Senate held a hearing with U.S. microchip manufacturers on Tuesday, reviewing reports that…

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Senate Resolution Would Allow Strike on Iran 

U.S. would strike if Hezbollah expanded a second front in Israel.  Senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut introduced a bipartisan resolution that recommends…

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Senate Bill Would Set Term Limits on SCOTUS

The term would become 18 years with a new justice appointed every two years. A group of senators led by Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey introduced legislation…

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Senate Judiciary Committee Hears Testimony on AI

A CEO in the industry warns of risk to biosecurity. The Senate Judiciary Committee heard testimony this week from the chief executive of artificial intelligence (AI) company Anthropic,…

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Bill Proposed in Senate to Hold Companies Liable for AI

AI technology would be an exception to Section 230 internet protections. Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri and Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut recently introduced legislation that would hold…

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China Seeks to Develop Surveillance Base in Cuba

U.S. officials voice concerns over reports that the CCP has offered billions to Cuba to establish an intelligence facility. An agreement has reportedly been reached between Cuban and…

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Senator Blumenthal Has Surgery on Fractured Leg 

He expects to be back in the Senate next week.  Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut suffered a fracture in his femur during a parade to honor the University…

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Full Senate Receives Briefing on Downed “Objects” 

Most call for greater transparency.  In the last nine days, four “objects” have been shot out of the sky by U.S. missiles. The full Senate received a classified…

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Three Senators Met with Zelensky in Kyiv

Bipartisan senators visit Ukraine to assess how the United States aid is being used. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, and Senator Sheldon…

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Senators Urge FTC to Address Concert Tour Ticket Scandal

Commission requested to enforce rules after fans complain about Ticketmaster. Senators Richard Blumenthal and Marsha Blackburn, top members of the Senate Commerce Committee’s data security panel, wrote a…

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