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The U.S. has committed more than $5.4 billion in security and non-security assistance to Ukraine, as it faces a possible Russian invasion.

U.S. Reps. Peter DeFazio of Oregon, a Democrat, and Warren Davidson of Ohio, a Republican, are leading a broad, bipartisan coalition of lawmakers urging the president to not send U.S. troops into Ukraine, or declare war, before receiving authorization from Congress. Read more»

President Barack Obama has been taken to task for continued military engagement in Libya without approval from Congress.

President Obama is facing a swell of bipartisan criticism for continuing military engagement in Libya without congressional approval; even supporters of the Libya intervention have complained that the administration is flouting the law. So is it? Read more»