Washington, DC – Today, Reps. Ro Khanna (CA-17) and Andy Kim (NJ-3) sent a letter to President Trump ahead of his meeting with South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in. In the letter, the Members of Congress urge the Trump Administration not to block South Korea’s efforts to engage in cross-border business ventures that can build trust and facilitate progress towards denuclearization.
Washington, DC – Yesterday, U.S. Representative Ro Khanna (D-CA) sent a bipartisan, bicameral letter to President Donald Trump urging him to sign into law Senate Joint Resolution 7, which invokes the War Powers Act of 1973 to end unauthorized U.S. military participation in the Saudi-led coalition’s armed conflict against Yemen’s Houthi forces.
Washington, DC -- Rep. Ro Khanna and Sen. Bernie Sanders issued the following joint statement Thursday after the House passed the Yemen War Powers Resolution. The resolution will now be sent to President Trump's desk.
Washington, DC – Today, U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and U.S. Representative Ro Khanna (D-CA) announced they are sending a bipartisan, bicameral letter to President Donald Trump in support of his decision to bring U.S.
Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Khanna issued the below statement in response to Al Jazeera’s reporting.
Santa Clara, CA – The Congressional Management Foundation (CMF) today announced that Rep.
Today, Rep. Khanna with fifteen progressive colleagues, sent a letter to Secretary of State Pompeo rejecting threats of U.S. military intervention in Venezuela, supporting diplomatic dialogue to resolve the political crisis there and opposing broad economic sanctions that hurt ordinary Venezuelans.
Congresswoman Brenda L. Lawrence and Congressman Ro Khanna today introduced a resolution supporting the development of guidelines for the ethical development of artificial intelligence (AI).
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WASHINGTON – Even before President Donald Trump vetoed legislation Tuesday that would have forced him to end the U.S. military’s role in Yemen’s horrific war, lawmakers were already looking for other ways to confront the administration over this controversial policy.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday issued the second veto of his presidency after Congress in April passed a resolution defying his stance on US support for the Saudi-led coalition in the Yemen conflict.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who led the charge on this resolution, slammed Trump for his decision.
WASHINGTON — President Trump promised to veto a resolution ending U.S. involvement in the brutal Yemen civil war even before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sent it to his desk. But a diverse group of lawmakers — including some of the president's strongest allies — think they can convince him to put down the veto pen and sign it into law.
WASHINGTON — Congressional offices for the first time have money set aside to pay interns. Bay Area lawmakers are beginning to use it.