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Rand Paul on ISIS: 'Intervention Created This Chaos'

In a long speech on the Senate floor, the Kentucky Republican laid out his foreign policy vision, and took transparent swipes at members of his own party.

Here's How the Ukrainian President Just Asked Congress for More Help Against Russia

Petro Poroshenko gave a speech to a joint meeting of Congress on Thursday morning, appealing to Americans and speaking to Moscow.

Welcome to the New, Surprisingly Civil GOP Approach to Benghazi

The first hearing of the House Select Committee on Benghazi was as apolitical as any hearing on the 2012 attack so far.

Senate Ready for CR Vote, as Larger Syria Debate Awaits

Stopgap spending bill looks headed for passage despite concerns.

The Man Who Can Save Pat Roberts

Chris LaCivita has a reputation as an operative who will pull out all the stops to win. And that's just what the embattled senator might need right now.  

House Approves Measure to Arm and Train Syrian Rebels

Anti-ISIS language split both parties, spurring a sharp debate.

Republicans Are Worried About ISIS Fighters Coming Through Mexico. The White House Wants Them to Stop.

With eyes on the midterms, some Republicans are unlikely to listen.

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Rand Paul on ISIS: 'Intervention Created This Chaos'

In a long speech on the Senate floor, the Kentucky Republican laid out his foreign policy vision, and took transparent swipes at members of his own party.

Here's How the Ukrainian President Just Asked Congress for More Help Against Russia

Petro Poroshenko gave a speech to a joint meeting of Congress on Thursday morning, appealing to Americans and speaking to Moscow.

Welcome to the New, Surprisingly Civil GOP Approach to Benghazi

The first hearing of the House Select Committee on Benghazi was as apolitical as any hearing on the 2012 attack so far.

Senate Ready for CR Vote, as Larger Syria Debate Awaits

Stopgap spending bill looks headed for passage despite concerns.

The Man Who Can Save Pat Roberts

Chris LaCivita has a reputation as an operative who will pull out all the stops to win. And that's just what the embattled senator might need right now.  

House Approves Measure to Arm and Train Syrian Rebels

Anti-ISIS language split both parties, spurring a sharp debate.

Republicans Are Worried About ISIS Fighters Coming Through Mexico. The White House Wants Them to Stop.

With eyes on the midterms, some Republicans are unlikely to listen.

Show More