Eight Republicans join the vote, but that's not enough to overrule a likely veto.
The Trump administration is treating people of Iranian origin like a potential fifth column.
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Few people are buying the U.S. government's unconvincing explanations about "imminent" threats.
Four Republicans cross the aisle to support a new resolution limited the president's power to wage war. But could they get enough to overrule a veto?
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The nation's only female Olympic medalist says she has permanently left the Islamic Republic due to the oppression of women.
Talking congressional oversight, the Bernie resurgence, and the death of Neil Peart on the Reason Roundtable podcast
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A smart foreign policy includes the consideration of unintended consequences.
But their rhetorical tricks no longer bewitch a war-weary nation.
Sarah Sanders 'Can't Think of Anything Dumber Than Allowing Congress To Take Over Our Foreign Policy'
The former press secretary thinks abiding by the Constitution would be the worst thing for America right now.
Rand Paul, Mike Lee Are 'Empowering the Enemy' By Wanting To Debate War With Iran, Says Lindsey Graham
The Senate is preparing to vote on a War Powers Resolution that would move to curtail President Trump's military actions abroad.
Sens. Mike Lee and Rand Paul declare support for a Senate version.
The Cato Institute's Christopher A. Preble lays out a uniquely libertarian approach to Iran, Iraq, and elsewhere.
Trump's Speech Confirms That Soleimani Strike Didn't Prevent Imminent Attack or Make Americans Safer
But what has the saber-rattling of the past week accomplished for the United States?
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Whether politicians care about congressional oversight seems to hinge on who is in power.
Trumpists Who Attacked the 'Deep State' Now Instinctively Trust U.S. Intelligence Agencies About the Soleimani Strike
Be skeptical of the spymasters.
After the assassination of the Iranian general, Trump's supporters should admit they were wrong that he was anti-war.
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The Reason Roundtable argues over America's latest foreign policy escalation
Who Poses the Greater Threat to Peace: An Impetuous President or 'Experienced Advisers' Who Are Disastrously Wrong?
History shows that expertise is not the same as wisdom.
The vice president says assassinated Iranian general Qasem Soleimani was involved in the September 11 plot. That's as true as when Republicans said Saddam Hussein was.
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Without Evidence of 'Imminent' Attack on Americans, the White House's Justification for Killing Iranian General Seems Hollow
Reports now suggest that Trump took the unprecedented step of killing a foreign leader based on thin evidence of a threat and with an eye toward domestic politics.
The constitutional role of Congress is not to cheerlead a major escalation of a nearly 17-year-old conflict. It's to consider the best interest of the American people.
The CIA and its defenders insisted that torture would help keep America safe. They were wrong.
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Killing the longtime chief of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard can't be good for avoiding another Middle Eastern war.
The Council on Foreign Relations survey of foreign policy experts finds "more threats...likely to require a U.S. military response in 2020 than ever before."
Several dozen protesters tried to storm the American embassy in Baghdad in retaliation for U.S. airstrikes in the country over the weekend.
If Trump wants credit for ending wars in the Middle East, he'll have to actually reduce the number of Americans deployed there.
Gabbard has previously called the Trump administration "Saudi Arabia's bitch."
Trump's recently fired national security adviser fumed about the president's unwillingness to launch another half-cocked war and says U.S. should stay in Afghanistan basically forever.
Open warfare between Iran and Saudi Arabia would be far worse than this weekend's attacks.
Cryptocurrency is a human rights issue, explains Alex Gladstein of the Human Rights Foundation.