It could influence debate as Congress nears a deadline to renew powerful spying authority.
The measure would mean a significant increase in military spending, but Congress first has to find the dollars to pay for the programs it outlines.
The move signals that the GOP is making good on its promise not to wait for “blue slips” if individual senators are all that stand in the way of Trump’s picks.
Committee leaders Grassley and Feinstein insist that Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner turn over missing records to committee investigators.
Sen. Charles E. Schumer is twisting the facts. Eliminating the health insurance mandate would give people the option to not have insurance, but it wouldn’t directly kick them off of a plan.
Sens. Murphy, Cornyn and Blumenthal want to fix deficiencies in the national criminal background-check database, which were exposed after Texas church shooting
Congress has yet to pass a budget to fund the spending priorities in the compromise measure House and Senate negotiators produced last week.