House Approves Symbolic Bid to Keep Sanctions on Deripaska Firms
Democrats Lose Bid to Keep Sanctions on Deripaska-Related Firms
Senate Advances Measure to Keep Sanctions on Deripaska Companies
Schumer Likely to Force Vote Tuesday on Deripaska-Firm Sanctions
Europe Backs Mnuchin's Bid to Lift Sanctions on Deripaska Firms
The legislation follows the president’s surprise announcement last month that he would withdraw U.S. forces from Syria.
Syria Sanctions Bill in Senate Could Stall Over Shutdown Fight
Two U.S. Senators claim that technology transfers and supply chain infiltration from China is leading to national security risk.
Elizabeth Warren said she’s launching an exploratory committee for a presidential run in a New Years Eve email and video message.
Shutdown Begins as Trump and Democrats Negotiate on Border Wall
Graham Says Trump ‘Needs to Go to Afghanistan’
Congress Holds Key to Rusal’s Fate as U.S. Moves to Lift Sanctions
The move will take effect in 30 days unless Congress blocks the action.
The resolution, adopted 56-41 on Thursday, is symbolic because the House doesn’t plan to take it up before the end of this year.
U.S. Crackdown on Saudis Over Yemen War Imperiled by House Move
Farm Bill Clears House After Removal of Trump-Backed Work Rules
Obscure Farm Bill Rule Language Could Block U.S. Yemen Crackdown
U.S. Senate to approve tough sanctions on Saudi Arabia for the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi will slip into next year.
Devin Kelley should have been disqualified from legally obtaining guns after his court-martial conviction in 2012.
Senators Seek Path to Punish Saudi Prince for Khashoggi Killing
Senators are likely to consider a resolution that would restrict U.S. support for the Saudi military campaign in Yemen.