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Committee and best known to Taiwanese for his role as co-chair of the Congressional Taiwan Caucus. Menendez said he has requested the US Trade Representative to include Taiwan in the Trans-Pacific Partnership ( TPP ) talks. Siew visited high-ranking
Congress said they would give up their pay or donate it to charity during the government shutdown that began Tuesday. Among those saying they will be forgoing a paycheck during the shutdown was Rep. Paul Ryan , R-Wis., the Wisconsin State Journal,
As Congress prepares to vote on giving President Obama authorization to take military action in Syria, NY1 has begun tracking how New York's Congressional delegation plans to vote. Below is our breakdown of where lawmakers stand: Yes/Likely Yes Rep.
Taipei, Aug. 20 (CNA) Judy Chu, the first Chinese-American woman to be elected to the U.S...The Democratic representative from California is set to meet with President Ma Ying-jeou , National Security Council Secretary-General Jason Yuan and
More than 20 progressive Democrats warned President Obama they will not support a deficit reduction plan that includes cuts to Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid. Unless congressional leaders managed to strike some kind of deal with the Obama
Taipei, Jan. 7 (CNA) U.S. Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) is scheduled to arrive in Taiwan Tuesday for a two-day visit at the head of a Congressional delegation, according to the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT).
The sole woman to lead a committee in the current Congress, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chair Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Florida, will be handing her gavel over to a newcomer because her term limits have expired. Lawmakers in charge of committees
A search through the House of Representatives IP address on Wikipedia shows which pages have been edited by Congressional staff. The IP address, shared by all Congressional offices offers a glimpse at who decided to do a bit of historical airbrushing.
One letter was signed by Robert Menendez and James Inhofe, co-chairs of the Senate Taiwan Caucus, which has 29 members. Another letter sent to the president's office was signed by Shelley Berkely, Phil Gingrey, Mario Diaz-Balart, and Gerald Connolly,
Rep. Steve King, an Iowa Republican, said today he has introduced legislation aimed at preventing future incidents of severe downstream flooding on the Missouri River...Army Corps of Engineers to revised its management policies to increase the