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Can Congress end US involvement in Yemen’s war as WH strives to rekindle relations with Saudi Arabia?

Naseh Shaker Ahead of US President Joe Biden's visit to Saudi Arabia in a push to lower oil prices, a bipartisan group of nearly 50 members of Congress has introduced a legislation on June 1 to invoke the 1973 War Powers Resolution…
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Congress Wants Pentagon to Help Arab, Israeli Air Defenses

US lawmakers in the House and Senate introduced legislation on Thursday aimed at bolstering defence cooperation between Israel and several Arab states. The bill, which is known as the "DEFEND Act of 2022", would require the Pentagon to submit…
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Pegasus: US Supreme Court Seeks Biden’s Input on Lawsuit against Israel’s NSO

The United States Supreme Court wants the Biden administration to weigh in on whether Israel's NSO Group has sovereign foreign immunity from civil litigation in the US to determine whether a lawsuit by WhatsApp against the spyware company can…
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US still thinks Iran deal best path: Blinken

WASHINGTON: The United States still believes a return to a nuclear deal is the best path with Iran, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Tuesday, amid a prolonged standoff in talks. Facing criticism of the deal during an appearance before…
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Congress to Increase $813 Billion Military Budget

While US inflation reached 7.9%, a 40-year record high, for the 2023 fiscal year, Biden requested a massive $813 billion military budget, about a 4% increase from the $782 billion that was approved for 2022.
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The White House Shouldn’t Get a Blank Check to Wage War

by : Editorial Board , Bloomberg Congress should restore limits to the president's military powers. For close to two decades, U.S. presidents have sent American troops into combat without requesting authorization from Congress. As it…