Senate lawmakers like Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) have said that the film is misleading since it suggests enhanced interrogation was a vital move in tracking bin Laden down.
A plurality of Americans appear to support Chuck Hagel’s nomination as the next head of the Defense Department, according to a ABC/Washington Post poll released Tuesday.
Chuck Hagel’s confirmation process became a little easier Tuesday after Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced that he would back the former Nebraska Senator’s nomination as Defense Secretary.
The outgoing U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said there are no plans to put American troops “on the ground” in Mali, a west African nation that has slowly developed into a hotspot of jihadist activity.
Citing national security concerns, Dean Popps argues that the independent Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States should block the sale of A123 Systems to Chinese-owned Wanxiang.
It will be Obama’s second formal press conference since the election, though he also took questions from reporters last month as fiscal cliff negotiations began heating up.
Republicans on the Senate Armed Services Committee previewed Monday what will likely be a tough confirmation process for Chuck Hagel, the President’s choice for the top spot at the Pentagon.
The Log Cabin Republicans took out a full-page ad in today’s Washington Post slamming Hagel for his record on gay rights.
President Barack Obama officially named former Senator Chuck Hagel as Defense Secretary and Deputy National Security Adviser John Brennan as CIA Director Monday.