More than 75 senators signed a letter to the Obama administration calling for tougher action in preventing a nuclear Iran, including reinforcing the credibility of potential U.S. military action.
More than 70 senators are gearing up to urge President Obama to “reinforce the credibility of our own option to use military force” against Iran if it does not immediately cease its nuclear enrichment activities, according to a letter circulating on Capitol Hill.
A chorus of lawmakers and foreign policy experts Thursday implored the Obama administration to promptly declare its plans for a U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan beyond 2014 or risk the destabilization of the country after a protracted 12-year war costing billions and resulting in the deaths of thousands of American troops.
Sen. Robert Menendez (D., N.J.) contacted Justice Department officials in 2002 in an attempt to delay a corporate merger between two Hispanic media companies opposed by some of his top campaign donors.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Sen. Robert Menendez (D., N.J.), the chairman of the influential Senate Foreign Relations Committee, introduced a bill on Monday that would provide weapons to some vetted groups of Syrian rebels.
New York University has retained a top D.C. lawyer to field inquiries over the school’s mortgage-loan program for faculty and executives that included Treasury Secretary Jack Lew.
Controversial Democratic donor Dr. Salomon Melgen is talking about his relationship with New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez.