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US seeks Congress-approved nuclear deal with Iran: Hook
US special representative for Iran Brian Hook says Washington is seeking a Congress-approved agreement with Tehran to replace the 2015 nuclear agreement that President Donald Trump withdrew from last year.
US Congress approves $4.6bn in emergency border funding
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has bowed to pressure from Republicans as Congress approved $4.6 billion in emergency aid to address the migrant crisis along the US-Mexico border, sending the bill to President Donald Trump for his signature.
House Democrat says current Congress may not see Trump taxes
A senior Democrat on a congressional panel seeking President Donald Trump’s tax returns warned on Saturday that the current Congress may not see the long-sought tax documents without launching an impeachment inquiry.
US lawmakers seek financial oversight of US-listed Chinese firms
A group of US lawmakers in Congress have introduced legislation that would force Chinese companies listed on US stock exchanges to submit to regulatory oversight, a process that is restricted by Chinese law.
Republican, Democratic senators seek to block Trump Saudi arms sales
Republican and Democratic US senators said on Wednesday they would introduce legislation to block President Donald Trump’s plan for $8 billion in military sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates without congressional review.
Support rising among US voters for Trump’s impeachment: Poll
Support is rising among US voters for President Donald Trump’s impeachment by Congress and removing him from office, a new survey shows.
50 countries represented at Hong Kong congress in field of assisted reproduction
More than 1,700 fertility specialists from 50 countries attended the ninth Congress of the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE 2019) in Hong Kong to explore the latest advances in scientific research and clinical care of people experiencing infertility.
Congress should move forward with impeachment proceedings against Trump: Biden
Leading Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden has said that the US Congress should move forward with impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump if he blocks efforts to investigate matters "left undone" by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, just 18 months before the 2020 presidential election.
Trump says he opposes White House aides testifying to Congress
US President Donald Trump says he is opposed to current or former aides testifying before various congressional committees following the special counsel report, intensifying a power struggle between the Republican administration and Democrats in the House of Representatives.
Florida man arrested for threatening members of Congress
US officials have arrested a man in the state of Florida for making threatening and racist calls to four Democratic members of Congress, including Representative Ilhan Omar, while defending President Donald Trump.
Gabbard playing very positive role in silent US Congress: Analyst
Political analyst James Petras says that Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard is having a “positive role” in what he describes as “silent” US Congress.
US Congress votes to end support for Saudi-led war in Yemen, Trump likely to veto
The US House of Representatives has approved a resolution to end US support for the Saudi Arabia-led war against Yemen, rebuffing President Donald Trump’s policy of continued support for Riyadh and curtailing a president's war-making powers.
Facebook deletes accounts linked to India's Congress party, Pakistan military
Facebook has deleted hundreds of accounts and pages allegedly tied to India’s opposition and ruling parties as well as Pakistan’s military, citing “inauthentic behavior.”
White House, Congress point fingers over nonexistent health care plan
As Republicans on Capitol Hill grapple with President Donald Trump's decision to thrust health care back onto their agenda, many are looking to the White House for guidance on a plan. But the White House doesn't have one, and aides are suggesting it could be up to Congress to determine what would replace the Affordable Care Act should the courts strike down the law.
Reactions to Muslim Congress member due to Islamophobia: US activist
An American peace activist criticized the United States' media for not examining US and AIPAC's policies and said attacks on a Muslim Congress member are rooted in racism and Islamophobia.

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