Shalala unveiled the “Venezuela Arms Restriction Act," insisting these “tools are often used by the illegitimate Maduro regime to attack its own people, often with lethal consequences.”
Earlier in the week, Rubio tried to rally Republicans for the November elections, ripping billionaire Tom Steyer’s latest effort to dislodge the GOP majority on Capitol Hill.
The senators called on the administration to restore Internet access in that country, which though partially restored remains heavily filtered. Iranian officials recently took that action after protests broke out against the regime’s decision to increase gasoline prices by 50 percent.
Last week, the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics unveiled its latest look at the 2020 U.S. House races. In its latest “Sabato’s Crystal Ball,” the center kept Democrats as the favorites to retain control of the House but gave a boost in almost a dozen races to Republicans looking to keep seats in the GOP column.
The task force is a hub for coordinating drug interdiction efforts, not only between several American law enforcement agencies, but also among our partner nations in the region dedicated to stopping the trafficking of illicit drugs and dismantling of illicit and converging threat networks in support of national and hemispheric security.
O’Malley had run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016 but had been overshadowed by former U.S. Sec. of State Hillary Clinton and U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. After getting squashed in Iowa, O’Malley dropped out of the race.
Estimates hold that PEPFAR initiative has helped more than 14 million people across the world.
Businessman Yukong Zhao brings a different background to a key Central Florida congressional race.
This week, two members of the Florida delegation--U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., and U.S. Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla.--teamed up on a resolution “calling for increased diversity in American media.”
"Over the past two years Congress, in concert with the Trump administration, has made great strides in rebuilding our nation’s military. However, due to the severity of the threats we face, much more work remains."