A computer error stalled the federal government’s Obamacare enrollment site today as record numbers of visitors tried to sign up before a midnight deadline.
U.S. Senate legislation providing aid for Ukraine moved closer to completion as Majority Leader Harry Reid abandoned a provision opposed by Republicans that would have boosted the International Monetary Fund.
U.S. senators reached agreement on legislation to aid Ukraine after Majority Leader Harry Reid abandoned a provision opposed by Republicans that would have boosted the International Monetary Fund.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he’s inclined to drop from Ukraine aid legislation language that would boost the International Monetary Fund after Republicans objected to the provision.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is considering dropping language boosting the International Monetary Fund from a measure providing aid to Ukraine, according to two Senate Democratic aides.
A partisan dispute over the International Monetary Fund will be at the center of the U.S. Senate debate this week on legislation providing aid to Ukraine and imposing sanctions on Russia.
While U.S. Congress members were out of town on a week-long break, their Russian counterparts redrew the map of Europe.
The U.S. Senate agreed to advance legislation to aid Ukraine and impose sanctions on Russians and Ukrainians deemed responsible for violence and intimidation as Russia took control of Crimea.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid vowed to block House Republicans from using a Ukraine aid package to delay U.S. Internal Revenue Service rules governing political activity by some nonprofit groups.
"I think they're cooking the books on this."
- John Barrasso on Mar 30, 2014