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Topic - Robert Menendez
U.S. Sens. Robert Menendez and Cory Booker are requesting a six-month extension of federal temporary housing assistance for victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Our country is currently in a struggle between the need to protect our citizens from terrorism and the need to protect the civil liberties of our citizens.
The Dalai Lama will deliver the opening prayer in the Senate on Thursday morning, The Hill reported.
The House approved legislation Tuesday night to roll back a recently enacted overhaul of the federal flood insurance program, after homeowners in flood-prone areas complained about sharp premium increases.
New Jersey's League of Municipalities says the severe winter is sapping the budgets of towns and cities, and it hopes the federal government can help.
Police in the U.S. Virgin Islands on Wednesday defended their handling of an unsolved slaying of a New Jersey native who was fatally stabbed more than three weeks ago during an apparent burglary.
New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez's political campaign paid a law firm $250,000 in December for legal costs related to Justice Department and Senate Ethics Committee investigations into his ties to a major donor, according to disclosure forms filed Friday. The Democrat has also set up a legal trust to raise money as the investigations continue.
New Jersey's second-largest city is getting $6.9 million from Washington to retain or hire 49 firefighters.
Legislation for federal funding to help protect student athletes from concussions got the National Football League's backing Monday in the shadow of the stadium where the Super Bowl will be played this weekend.
Football fans who think they're coming to New York City for the Super Bowl will find plenty of activities, parties and attractions. What they won't find is a stadium, or the actual game.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) has become a major obstacle to a new bipartisan Iran sanctions measure, according to multiple sources on Capitol Hill and in Florida.
Robert W. Merry's op-ed piece "Obama may buck the Israel lobby on Iran" (Commentary, Jan. 1) echoes conspiracy theories purporting to explain how Jerusalem controls Washington's foreign policy. This is disappointing coming from a staffer of a well-regarded journal such as the National Interest.
Presidential press secretary Jay Carney uttered 10 words the other day that represent a major presidential challenge to the American Israel lobby and its friends on Capitol Hill. Referring to Senate legislation designed to force President Obama to expand economic sanctions on Iran under conditions the president opposes, Mr. Carney said: "If it were to pass, the president would veto it."
Democratic senators are pushing for congressional colleagues to agree to hearings about the data breach at Target retail stores that compromised an estimated 40 million Americans.
Is Santa Claus an American citizen? That question came up during a hearing Wednesday at the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, as Sen. Robert Menendez quizzed Bruce Heyman on his nomination to serve as U.S. ambassador to Canada.
Sen. Robert Menendez, New Jersey Democrat, said it best: "Edward Snowden is not a whistleblower worthy of protection, but a fugitive deserving of prosecution. He violated his sworn pledge to protect classified information. He jeopardized our national security. And he betrayed the trust of the American people. This man is no hero."
Sen. Robert Menendez, D-N.J., sponsor of the Senate bill, said Tuesday night he supports the House measure, which he said closely mirrors his bill.