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March 23, 2015 Article

By Anna M. Tinsley
03/23/2015 3:29 PM

FORT WORTH  —  Former Israeli President Shimon Peres has dedicated his life toward finding peace.

And the former president — who left office last year after seven decades of public service, holding every notable post in Israel’s government, including prime minister twice — isn’t stopping now.

March 16, 2015 Article

By Emma Dumain    
Posted at 5 a.m. March 16

Rep. Kay Granger doesn’t suffer fools.

The Texas Republican has a story about a lawmaker who admitted he hadn’t read a bill he was trying to amend; She told him he had “no business being in Congress.”

March 12, 2015 Article

By Scott Wong and Cristina Marcos - 03/12/15 06:00 AM EDT

When House Administration Committee Chairwoman Candice Miller retires and hands over her gavel next year, GOP leaders will be facing a familiar quandary: finding another female lawmaker to lead a committee.

March 9, 2015 Article

By Anna M. Tinsley

DeWayne Irwin is finding it nearly impossible to keep a popular bullet used in AR-15 semiautomatic rifles on his store shelves.

He even brought about 10 cases of the ammunition from his personal stockpile to sell at Fort Worth Gun.

February 23, 2015 Article

By Maria Recio - Star-Telegram Washington Bureau

One of North Texas’ most powerful members of Congress is taking on the Obama administration over delays in providing military assistance to nations on the front lines of combat against the Islamic State.

February 20, 2015 Article

By Megan Scully

The chairwoman of the House State-Foreign Operations Appropriations Subcommittee warned the White House it could face legislative repercussions if it does not provide weapons and funding to allies to assist in the fight against the Islamic State, including a key parochial interest: the long-stalled delivery of F-16 fighter jets to Egypt.

December 22, 2014 Article

President Barack Obama’s plans to seek a normalization of relations with Cuba split lawmakers, and those on the opposing side vowed to use whatever means available to stand in the way of the policy shift. Mr. Obama said he looked forward to engaging with lawmakers on ways to further his policy aims, but top Republicans signaled they would have little appetite for a rapprochement.

December 17, 2014 Article

WASHINGTON – Sen. Ted Cruz has joined the chorus of Republicans blasting the president’s shift in policy toward Cuba, a country from which the senator’s father fled as a teenager.