Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair Bob Corker (R-TN) is "feeling left out" of the loop after a report that Israel had spied on the U.S./Iranian nuclear negotiations.
Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker, R-Tenn., on Tuesday flatly denied that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s influence in Congress means that he could kill a nuclear agreement with Iran.
In private emails, members of the NCAA infractions committee that sanctioned USC in the Reggie Bush scandal derided the university for hiring Lane Kiffin and compared the case surrounding former running backs coach Todd McNair to the Oklahoma City bombing.
U.S. Senate Democrats and Republicans agreed on Thursday to delay until April 14 the Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s vote on legislation that would force President Barack Obama to submit any nuclear agreement with Iran for Congress’ approval. The announcement, which came after an...
By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON, March 19 (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Democrats and Republicans agreed on Thursday to delay until April 14 the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's vote on legislation that would force President Barack Obama...Show More Summary
Last month, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, chaired by Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), held a hearing entitled, "Ending Modern Slavery: What is the Best Way Forward?" We are at an opportune moment to look at the broad range of issues we must address in order to achieve the Committee's goal. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Today the Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Immigration and the National Interest held a hearing on the displacement of American workers through the H-1B and related guest worker programs. Among the witnesses was Prof. Show More Summary
"All oral and written comments must relate specifically to the determinations under 19 U.S.C. 2602, pursuant to which the Committee must make findings". Notice document DOS-2015-0010-0001 Randall Hixenbaugh's comment to the CPAC Comment...Show More Summary
The U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee could vote as soon as next week on a bill requiring President Barack Obama to submit any nuclear agreement with Iran for Congress’ approval, the panel’s chairman, Republican Senator Bob Corker, said on Monday. Obama has threatened to veto the...
From my Friday post at COMMENTARY: Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, wrote to President Obama yesterday, citing reports that the administration plans to take its nuclear agreement with Iran to the UN Security Council...
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough sent a letter to Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker on Saturday evening warning Congress to hold off on legislation that may interfere with a final agreement on Iran's nuclear program. Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, was one of a handful of Republican Senators who didn’t sign the open letter advising Iran that a nuclear agreement wouldn’t bind the next president unless the Senate ratified it. Show More Summary
In the latest volley of the war of words over the Iran nuclear negotiations, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker (R.-Tenn.) warned President Barack Obama not to take any deal to the U.N. Security Council while bypassing Congress.
(John Hinderaker) John Kerry testified before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this morning on the proposed authorization for the use of military force against ISIS. Along the way, a Democratic member of the committee gave Kerry...Show More Summary
Secretary of State John Kerry clarified to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee that a possible nuclear agreement with Iran would not be legally binding. "We've been clear from the beginning we're not negotiating a legally binding plan," Kerry told the committee, according to ABC News. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- Testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday morning, Defense Secretary Ash Carter offered support for a three-year time limit on a proposed Authorization for Use of Military Force to cover the war against the Islamic State. Show More Summary
Secretary of State John Kerry, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey spoke today before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on the President's request for authorization to use force against ISIL, or Daesh.
Secretary of State John Kerry sparred angrily with Republican foreign relations chairman Bob Corker on Wednesday, with the Tennessee Republican refusing to allow Kerry to filibuster the committee over the letter sent by 47 Senate Republicans...Show More Summary
The Wednesday morning hearing held by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee was titled, "The President's Request for Authorization to Use Force Against ISIS: Military and Diplomatic Efforts." And for about an hour, that, for the most part, was the topic discussed. But when Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), potential 2016 presidential candidate and leading light of […]
While testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday morning, Secretary of State John Kerry harshly criticized the letter sent by 47 Republican Senators to Tehran warning the Iranian government that the deal it was negotiating with the Obama administration would be null and void the moment President Barack Obama left office.