WASHINGTON -- Members on Capitol Hill complained they did not know the extent of the U.S. troop presence in Niger following the ambush and killing of four U.S. servicemen there last week, though the Trump administration repeatedly told Congress about military efforts there.
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Kerry Picket is a Washington D.C. based reporter at The Daily Caller and fill-in radio host at SiriusXM Patriot 125. Picket has worked has at other outlets including The Washington Times, where she began reporting on Capitol Hill. Before that, she produced news content for Robin Quivers of “The Howard Stern Show” on SiriusXM, wrote entertainment news for MTV Radio and worked as a production assistant at MTV.com.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain lamented Tuesday he had a “better working relationship” with Obama Defense Secretary Ash Carter than he does with the current administration
WASHINGTON -- House Speaker Paul Ryan praised President Trump Friday for decertifying the nuclear agreement struck with Iran by the Obama administration in 2015.
WASHINGTON — New York Republican Rep. Chris Collins hit back at a report issued from the Congressional Ethics Committee Thursday that concluded there is “substantial reason to believe” the congressman engaged in insider trading and made moves to help a company that he is the largest shareholder in.
WASHINGTON -- The Federal Bureau of Investigation in Puerto Rico received multiple allegations from residents across the island who say local officials in the territory have withheld needed FEMA supplies.
WASHINGTON — House Republicans from the Freedom Caucus held a small meeting on Capitol Hill to Tuesday delve into the ongoing investigation of former House IT staffers who performed work for Democratic members.
U.S. federal prosecutor in Puerto Rico Rosa Emilia Rodriguez announced Sunday her investigation into government officials who allegedly did not deliver hurricane relief aid to the island's residents.
WASHINGTON—As President Donald Trump prepares to sign an executive order to roll back restrictions on insurance companies from Obamacare, Republican senators who played a role in the last failed push to repeal the Affordable Care Act say their bill is not dead. GOP leaders hope to persuade others in the party, like Ohio Gov. John Kasich, to vote on their side.
The Department of Defense took over the distribution of hurricane relief from government officials in Puerto Rico this weekend after local mayors failed to appropriately disperse the emergency items to the territory’s 78 municipalities, The Miami Herald reported Sunday.
In the midst of Capitol Hill lawmakers considering new gun control legislation in the wake of the deadly Las Vegas shooting, the District of Columbia decided not to appeal a court order that blocked the city’s restrictions on concealed carry, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
WASHINGTON -- The National Rifle Association called for federal regulators to review whether the firearm accessory "bump stock" is legal.
WASHINGTON -- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi conceded Thursday that members supporting gun control want more than just a bill to ban the "bump stock" firearm accessory that the Las Vegas shooter used to rapidly fire bullets at a crowd of concert-goers.
Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop offered to give advice to the U.S. about her country's gun control effort following the 1996 massacre in Port Arthur, USA Today reports.
The head of the National Guard said on Tuesday that federal help for Puerto Rico was never delayed, even though President Donald Trump has received heavy criticism for the administration's apparent lackluster response to the hurricane-wracked island.
San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz, who attacked President Donald Trump for his response to the hurricane devastion in Puerto Rico, has previously praised FALN terrorist leader Oscar Lopez Rivera.
WASHINGTON — Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer made no mention Friday of the chartered flights at taxpayer expense that now former Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price appeared to have resigned over.
WASHINGTON -- A communication breakdown over the delivery of hurricane relief left shipping containers with the needed supplies sitting at the Port of San Juan for days after Hurricane Maria thrashed Puerto Rico last week.
WASHINGTON -- New York Democratic Rep. Nydia Velazquez Thursday defended pressuring the Bush administration to order the U.S. Navy to leave the Puerto Rican island of Vieques in 2003, blaming the military's munitions for the area's high cancer rate and ignoring the high jobless rate since the Navy left.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry called upon the state's Democratic governor John Bel Edwards to support the state legislature’s review of any taxpayer financing that goes towards the New Orleans Saints.