Ed Royce

Royce, Engel Ask CDC, NIH to Investigate Sonic Attacks on U.S. Diplomats in Cuba

Months-long investigations by FBI, State have failed to provide answers

The top Republican and Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee called on the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institutes of Health to investigate the cause and medical effects of the sonic attacks on at least 24 U.S. diplomats and other personnel in Cuba.

Iran on Pathway to Fully Restart Nuclear Weapons Program

Top lawmakers urge Trump not to leave deal

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani sits among senior army staffIran is on the pathway to fully restarting its contested nuclear weapons program due to insufficient international inspections of its military sites and caveats in the landmark nuclear deal that permit it to reengage in nuclear enrichment work within the next several years, according to experts who testified Wednesday before Congress.

Royce: Obama Has Failed to Pressure Iran on Rights Abuses

Administration has only sanctioned a few Iranian officials and entities since the start of the nuclear talks in 2013

President Obama has only issued sanctions against a few Iranian officials and entities for human rights abuses since the start of nuclear talks with Tehran, despite his assurances that he would continue to apply pressure, according to the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee.