The White House on Friday signaled a willingness to work with Congress on developing a narrow framework for the authorizations of use of military force after President Biden Joe Biden Trump State Department appointee arrested in connection with Capitol riot FireEye finds evidence Chinese hackers exploited Microsoft email app flaw since January Biden officials to travel to border amid influx of young migrants MORE ‘s strikes in Syria last week sparked a fresh war powers debate. Sens. Tim Kaine Timothy (Tim) Michael Kaine Ron Johnson grinds Senate to halt, irritating many Overnight Defense: Capitol Police may ask National Guard to stay | Biden’s Pentagon policy nominee faces criticism | Naval Academy midshipmen moved to hotels Biden called off second military target in Syria minutes before strike: report MORE (D-Va.) and Todd Young Todd Christopher Young Senators introduce bill creating technology partnerships to compete with China Overnight Defense: DC Guard chief testifies about hampered Capitol attack response | US contractor dies of heart attack after Iraq rocket attack | Pentagon watchdog finds ‘inappropriate conduct’ by ex-White House doctor Biden reignites war powers fight with Syria strike MORE (R-Ind.) introduced a bill in the Senate this week that would repeal two military… Read full this story
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