Senate Minority Leader Advocates for $95 Billion Foreign Aid Bill

Senator McConnell claims the legislation will restore the nation’s credibility. This week, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell advocated for the passage of a $95 billion foreign aid package…

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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…

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House Speaker Says No Foreign Aid Before Domestic Issues Are Addressed

He reiterates his pledge not to bring the Senate-passed package to the House floor. Speaker of the House Mike Johnson of Louisiana, stated on Wednesday that the $95…

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Senate Passes $93.5 Billion Aid Package

Border security funding was not included and no offsetting cuts were made. The Senate passed a supplemental package Tuesday morning. The measure would provide $60 billion in assistance…

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House Legislation Seeks More Information on Havana Syndrome

The bill requires the Pentagon to provide detailed health reports to Congress. Members of the House are questioning the conclusion by the U.S. intelligence community that the Havana…

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FAA Advises Further Search Before Raising Pilot Retirement Age

Senate panel approves increased FAA staffing, rejected the retirement age update. The Federal Aviation Administration sent a letter to Congress this week advising further review with regard to…

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Senate Confirms Kurt Campbell as Deputy Secretary of State

He will fill the vacancy left by Deputy Secretary Sherman when she retired. The Senate voted to confirm Kurt Campbell as deputy secretary of state, the Department of…

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Senate Border Bill Will Not Be Considered in the House

The majority leader’s opinion reflects the House speaker’s previous concerns about the agreement. House Majority Leader Steve Scalise of Louisiana stated over the weekend that the Senate’s recently…

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TSA To Expand Facial Recognition in Airports 

The administrator says biometrics are more effective and efficient. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) plans to expand its facial recognition technology to more than 400 federally-run airports across…

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Child Tax Credit and Business Bill Passes House 

Bipartisan vote moves $78 billion legislation to Senate.  Members of the House of Representatives passed legislation to expand the child tax credit and renew investment deductions for business…

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