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Congress races to finish veterans, highway bills

Congress races to finish veterans, highway bills(0)

WASHINGTON (AP) – Congress is racing to wrap up legislation addressing chronic problems at the Veterans Affairs Department and a shortfall in highway money ahead of its five-week summer break. Deep divisions cast doubt on any resolution to the surge of immigrants at the border. The institutional split …     

What’s in bill to overhaul VA

What’s in bill to overhaul VA(0)

WASHINGTON (AP) – Congress is set to adopt a landmark bill to help veterans avoid long waits for health care, hire more doctors and nurses to treat them and make it easier to fire senior executives at the Veterans Affairs Department. The House approved the bill Wednesday, with a …     

U.S. chemical sites vulnerable to terrorists despite millions spent on security: Congress

U.S. chemical sites vulnerable to terrorists despite millions spent on security: Congress(0)

Despite spending hundreds of millions of dollars to bolster security, there are still large gaps in the nation’s chemical infrastructure that could be exploited by terrorists, says a report by a top Senate Republican. In 2006, the Homeland Security Department began a program to modernize security systems at dangerous and …     

Western powers temporarily abandon democracy-building efforts in Libya

Western powers temporarily abandon democracy-building efforts in Libya(0)

Three years after Western powers helped Libyan rebels overthrow dictator Moammar Gaddafi, they have at least temporarily abandoned efforts on the ground to bolster Libya’s foundering democracy. On Wednesday, France evacuated its embassy in Tripoli, where warring militias have traded rocket and artillery fire over the past two weeks in the worst violence in the

Kerry urges Afghan presidential candidates to put power-sharing agreement to work

Kerry urges Afghan presidential candidates to put power-sharing agreement to work(0)

Secretary of State John F. Kerry appealed to both candidates in Afghanistan’s disputed presidential election to translate the broad power-sharing agreement they reached with him early this month into a working relationship they can carry into a new government, “whoever wins.” Read full article >>     

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