Topic - Eliot L. Engel

Subscribe to this topic via RSS or ATOM
Related Stories
  • ** FILE ** A satellite image provided by DigitalGlobe and the Institute for Science and International Security shows the military complex at Parchin, Iran, about 19 miles southeast of Tehran, in August 2004. (AP Photo/DigitalGlobe and the Institute for Science and International Security)

    Iran's nuclear progress prompts call for tighter sanctions from top Democrat

    The top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee said Wednesday that new findings by the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency show the need for Washington to significantly broaden U.S. sanctions on Iran in order to prevent the Islamic republic from developing a nuclear weapon.

  • Embassy Row: Pressure on Iran

    The House and Senate this week advanced bills to broaden sanctions against Iran because of its suspected nuclear weapons program and continued abuse of human rights, as the theocratic regime in Tehran took steps to manipulate its June 14 presidential election.

  • House Democrat’s bill would expand U.S. role in Syria

    The U.S. and several European allies reportedly are warming to the idea of shipping nonmilitary aid to rebels fighting in Syria, but one top Democratic lawmaker plans to introduce a bill that would go further by authorizing arms transfers to those fighting to oust Syrian President Bashar Assad.

  • Rep. Charles B. Rangel of New York stays upbeat Tuesday. He was found guilty on 11 of 13 charges considered by a House ethics subcommittee. He did not cooperate with a hearing on failure to report income, improper use of an apartment for campaigning and other allegations.

    House colleagues find Rangel guilty of 11 ethics violations

    In a stinging rebuke to one of Capitol Hill's most powerful lawmakers, a bipartisan House panel Tuesday found Rep. Charles B. Rangel, New York Democrat, guilty of 11 of 13 ethics-violation charges, including using congressional staff and stationery to solicit donations.

  • Embassy Row

    Fighting crime

More Stories →

  • "While this high-profile incident brought violence in Central America into the spotlight, it is unfortunately nothing new," he said.

    Embassy Row →

  • "The promise of effective civilian protection and peacekeeping in the resolution will be realized only if the international community shows determined political will to make it work," he said.

    Embassy Row →

Happening Now