Adam Schiff and Tim Kaine sent a letter to President Trump asking for the legal basis for the strike against the Shayrat airbase in Syria.
Is there more to the investigation into Russia’s efforts to influence the 2016 election than what meets the eye? Mark Warner seems to think so.
In case you hadn’t made the connection that the Syria airstrikes mean the Trump team isn’t in league with Russia, Eric Trump laid it all out.
Today on NBC’s Meet the Press, Tim Kaine questioned the legality of President Trump’s use of military force in Syria without congressional approval.
Sen. Mark R. Warner, Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, comments regarding the U.S. strike in Syria.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine released the following statement regarding U.S. military action in Syria.
How many of the unimaginable atrocities in Syria have been etched in the consciousness of the American public?
Iraqi forces, with the support of the international coalition, are gearing up to recapture Mosul—ISIS’s last major stronghold in Iraq.
Follow the money. That’s the key to combating the Islamic State, to U.S. Sen. Mark Warner.
The influx of millions of Syrian refugees to Europe is more than likely to become another source of radicalization.
Syria became nothing but a pawn in the hands of the merchants of death, the states and various extremist groups.
Marco Rubio and Hillary Clinton both want the U.S. government to set up a “safe zone” in Syria to care for refugees from the raging civil war.
Almost none of the condemnation of refugees coming from the media or on social media is asks the ancillary question, “Why are they coming?”
U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine commented today after voting against consideration of the American Security Against Foreign Enemies Act (SAFE).
Hillary Clinton is especially unfit to be president. No one who has done what she has done as a government official should be rewarded with power.
Three graduate students with EMUs Center for Justice and Peacebuilding have joined together to offer personal perspectives on the Syrian refugee crisis.
A boy washed ashore on a Turkish beach. His name was Aylan Kurdi. He was just three years old.
Going head on at a question about the fallout from the Iraq war would seem to be as fun for a Republican on a live TV debate as a root canal.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is banking his campaign on selling himself as the national security guy.
Not surprisingly, you didn’t find at Tuesday’s CNN Republican debate a lot of support for accepting refugees from the deadly four-year civil war in Syria.
Thanks to Glenn Greenwald for pointing out that the U.S. media is acting as though Donald Trump just invented bigotry this week.
Last Wednesday, our nation was struck by a horrific terrorist attack – the deadliest terror attack in our nation since 9/11.
U.S. Senator Tim Kaine, a member of the Senate Foreign Relations and Armed Services Committees, released the following statement on the President’s address to the nation this evening.
While Franklin Roosevelt may not have said that Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza “may be a son of a bitch, but he’s our son of a bitch,” he probably thought it.
Canada recently announced plans to take in 25,000 Syrian refugees as soon as possible. However, not all refugees will be considered.
The Paris attacks on 11/13 were hardly concluded before the first cries for excluding refugees from Europe and the U.S were shouted.
Last Friday, the nation of France – America’s first and enduring ally – suffered a devastating attack, and our hearts and prayers remain with her people in this time of mourning.