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Congress must act now to block access to semiautomatic weapons: Ex-CIA chief
A former director of the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), John Brennan, has called on US lawmakers to pass legislation “to prevent access to semiautomatic weapons."
Trump signs bill ending government shutdown
US President Donald Trump signed a crucial spending bill Friday, reopening the US government after a brief shutdown, the second in three weeks, and a night of high drama in Congress.
Peru's Congress prepares to oust President Kuczynski
President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s chances of surviving the political crisis gripping Peru faded on Friday after Congress passed a motion to start “presidential vacancy” procedures with enough votes to unseat him within a week.
Trump accusers urge Congress to probe harassment allegations
Three women who claim US President Donald Trump sexually harassed them have urged the US Congress to investigate the misconduct allegations against Trump, amid the snowballing harassment allegations convulsing the country.
Thousands rally outside US Congress to protest Trump’s immigration policies
Thousands of protesters gathered outside the US Congress to demand legislation protecting young, undocumented immigrants whose work permits are being revoked by the administration of President Donald Trump.
Protesters demand US Congress to pass immigration bill
Hundreds of protesters have occupied a US Senate office building to press Congress to pass legislation that would allow undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children to stay in the country, a protection taken away by President Donald Trump.
US nuclear scientists urge Congress to protect Iran deal
More than 90 top American experts in atomic sciences, including a designer of the hydrogen bomb, publicly threw their weight behind the Iran nuclear agreement on Monday, exhorting Congress to preserve the accord in the face of President Trump’s disavowal of it.
Dems to introduce bill barring Trump from preemptive strikes without Congress approval
Some Democratic senators in the United States are planning to introduce a bill preventing Republican President Donald Trump from launching a preemptive strike on North Korea or other countries without the approval of Congress, according to a report.
Panetta: Countries won’t trust US if Iran deal broken
Russia senators: US Congress must protect Iran deal
Former US secretary of defense Leon Panetta on Monday said he is concerned that countries will not trust the word of the United States following President Donald Trump’s announcement that he would not re-certify the multilateral Iran nuclear deal.
Leader receives organizers of Mostafa Khomeini Congress
Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei received early on Sunday the organizers and staff of the Congress to Honor the Knowledge, the revolutionary contribution, and the Rank of Ayatollah Seyyed Mostafa Khomeini in Tehran. Seyyed Mostafa Khomeini, the eldest son of the late Imam Khomeini, suspiciously passed away in 1977 in Iraqi city of Najaf. Many surmise that his death was conspired by the intelligence service of Iranian monarch regime of Pahlavi, reported.
Congress needing proof to quit Iran Deal
ames Mattis' support for the Iran Deal affected the Congress positively; apart from the Democrats, Republicans are worried about withdrawing from the Iran Deal, said former Chief of Staff to United States Secretary of State.
Despairing of Trump, Europeans look to Congress to save Iran nuclear deal
By Julian Borger in Washington Despite pressure from UK and France, US president expected to declare Tehran in violation of agreement but Senate could yet block reimposition of sanctions
Approval of US Congress remains near historic lows: Poll
Americans' approval of the US Congress remains near historic lows amid widespread dissatisfaction with other branches of the US government, according to a new poll.
Venezuela 'congress in resistance' rejects new assembly
Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress on Saturday rejected the self-proclaimed lawmaking authority of a new legislative body elected last month at the behest of President Nicolas Maduro, widening the political divide in the crisis-hit country.
(video) Venezuela’s assembly moves to take power from elected congress
Venezuela’s new pro-government Constituent Assembly formally moved Friday to assume the powers of the opposition-dominated congress, completing what critics call a power grab that effectively puts all branches of government under the control of President Nicolás Maduro.

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