Senator: We Can't Let Israel Determine When We Go to WarSenator Feinstein causes outrage after declaring that "we cannot let Israel determine when and where the United States goes to war."
Senate Report: Benghazi Attack Could Have Been PreventedBenghazi attacks could have been prevented by fixing "known security shortfalls," concludes Senate report.
New Iran Sanctions Bill Gains Support in the SenateA bill to slap new sanctions on Iran has gained support since December, but probably not enough to prevent Obama from vetoing it.
US Senate Condemns Iran's Discrimination Against BahaisSenate calls on Tehran to free jailed members of the Bahai faith; comes as lawmakers mull new sanctions.
Senate to Wait on New Iran SanctionsA victory for Obama? Senate Banking Committee announces it will hold off on passing a new Iran sanctions bill.
Senate to Hold Off on Iran Sanctions Pending Kerry BriefingU.S. lawmakers will wait until after a briefing by Secretary of State John Kerry before deciding on new sanctions on Iran.
Senate, House Approve Deal to End ShutdownThe short-term bill will end the partial government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling.
House Passes Budget Offer, Senate Rejects ItShutdown getting closer: House approves a counterproposal to rein in ObamaCare and fund the government, then the Senate rejects it.
Senate Could Vote on Syria Next Week, Say LawmakersSenate could vote on Syria strike as soon as next week if efforts to find a diplomatic solution to the crisis fail.
Senate Vote on Syria Strike DelayedSenate Majority Leader Harry Reid delays a procedural vote on a military strike in Syria, which was scheduled for Wednesday.
Senate Panel Votes in Favor of Syria Military StrikeSenate Foreign Relations Committee votes 10-7 in favor of using force in Syria in response to a chemical weapons attack.
McCain Does Not Support Senate Resolution on SyriaSenator McCain says he does not support the latest Senate resolution on military force against Syria "in its current form."
Senate Committee May Vote Wednesday on Syria StrikeSenators reportedly reach an agreement on a resolution for military force in Syria. Vote expected Wednesday.
Senate Confirms Power as UN AmbassadorMore than 70 senators vote in favor of Samantha Power, who said in 2002 she would allocate aid to "Palestine" instead of Israel.
Senate Unanimously Backs Pro-Israel ResolutionSenate unanimously backs a resolution which stipulates that the U.S. will assist Israel in an attack against Iran.
Senate Committee Approves Legislation to Arm Syrian RebelsA key Senate committee approves legislation that calls for the U.S. to provide small arms to moderate rebels fighting Assad.
US Senate Likely to Pass New Pro-Israel ResolutionSenate majority leader announces unanimous consent to take up resolution affirming support for Israel, strengthening sanctions against Iran.
Senate Defeats Gun Control Plan, Obama FumesSenate defeats a plan to expand background checks on firearms sales and a proposal to ban some weapons.
Senate Confirms Brennan As CIA DirectorSenate confirms John Brennan as CIA director Thursday after White House doused a fierce debate over the potential use of domestic drones.
Jack Lew Confirmed as U.S. Treasury SecretaryObama's former chief of staff, Jack Lew, was confirmed as the next U.S. Treasury secretary.
Senate Confirms Hagel as Secretary of DefenseThe U.S. Senate confirms Chuck Hagel to be secretary of defense, ending an acrimonious nominations process.
Republican Warns: Vote for Hagel and be Held AccountableSen. James Inhofe warns fellow Republicans they will be held accountable if they vote to confirm Chuck Hagel.
Republicans Block Vote on Hagel Nomination, For NowRepublicans successfully block Chuck Hagel's nomination to be Secretary of Defense, forcing a 10-day delay in his confirmation vote.
Sen. Inhofe Threatens Filibuster to Block HagelSen. James Inhofe threatened to filibuster Chuck Hagel if necessary to prevent his confirmation as the next US secretary of defense.
Panetta, Dempsey Admit Supporting Plan to Arm Syrian RebelsObama's two top defense officials tell Senate they supported a plan to provide weapons to the Syrian rebels.
Senate Committee Postpones Hagel Confirmation VoteThe Senate Armed Services Committee has postponed a panel vote that was expected to take place Thursday on the nomination of Chuck Hagel.
Video: Hagel 'Doesn't Know' Why He Said 'Jewish Lobby' RemarksHagel faced a brutal line of questioning during Senate confirmation hearings as he grappled for adequate defense of "Jewish lobby" comments.
Hagel Under Fire Over Israel and Iran at Senate HearingChuck Hagel, under fire from Republicans over his anti-Israel stance, reiterates support for Israel, regrets past remarks.
US Senate Committee Approves Kerry NominationSen. John Kerry received unanimous vote of approval by Senate Foreign Relations Committee, in first hurdle to become next secretary of state
'I Take Responsibility', Says Clinton at Benghazi HearingHillary Clinton took responsibility for Benghazi attack and cited a "personal" commitment to improving security.
Senate Calls on EU to Designate Hizbullah as Terror GroupThe Senate passed a resolution Friday calling on European countries to designate Hizbullah as a terrorist organization.
Netanyahu on Inouye: a Humble Man with a Towering SpiritPrime Minister: Inouye's friendship to the Jewish people knew no bounds. Israel will forever owe him a profound debt.
Senate Votes to Create Counter Strategy Against 'Hostile' IranThe Senate passed a bill Wednesday that would make it U.S. policy to counter Iran's “growing hostile presence in the Western Hemisphere.”
US Senate Set to Consider New Round of Iran SanctionsThe Senate is set to consider a broader round of economic sanctions on Friday against Iran's energy, port, shipping and shipbuilding sectors
U.S. Senator Arlen Specter Dies of Cancer at 82Kansas-born Specter came a long way from the time he went to Univ. of Pa. because the Univ. of Kansas had no Jewish fraternity.
Congressmen Challenge Obama, Want Halt to Aid to EgyptA Republican senator threatens a filibuster to suspend aid to Egypt and other countries where Americans have been attacked.
NY's Orthodox Jewish Senate Candidate Vows to Drop the 'Pink'The 22-year-old orthodox Jewish woman running for office in the New York State Senate said that she is planning to "leave the pink at home"
Orthodox Jewish Woman Runs for NY State SenateFor the first time, an Orthodox Jewish woman is running for office in the New York State Senate.
Navi Pillay Receives New Term as UN Rights ChiefThe UN General Assembly unanimously overruled Syria's objections and gave the outspoken Pillay to two more years in her post
Republicans Stall Iran Sanctions for being Too SoftSenate Republicans: bill needs to say United States will use force to stop any nuclear weapons program.
Bid for New 'Super Jewish' State Senate SeatFormer Councilman Simcha Felder announced a bid for state Senate in a newly created district, which includes Borough Park and Flatbush.