Congressmen Tom Suozzi and Adam Kinzinger are hoping Congress will call on the Director of National Intelligence to file a report explaining how terror group Hezbollah continues to expand. They want to know everything from the group's capabilities to the its arsenal supply to how it get its funding. Suozzi also says he wants to learn how the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) is operating. Their bill, Disarm Hezbollah Act, is now being rolled into the National Defense Authorization Act.
House Members Look To Get Data On Hezbollah
Members of Congress are hoping to get concrete data about Hezbollah's arsenal in order to figure out how to approach the issues in the Middle East.
Turkey's Erdogan wins 5th term as president
This extends Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's rule into a third decade.
Turkey appears headed for runoff in presidential race
The vote was being closely watched to see if the country remains under the president's firm grip or can embark on a more democratic course.
Israeli strikes in Gaza kill 3 senior militants, 10 others
Israel says the raids in the West Bank are meant to dismantle militant networks, but similar killings in the past have prompted retaliatory attacks.
Convicted murderer could be linked to 10 other killings, police say
Raul Meza Jr. spent about a decade in prison after pleading guilty to raping and murdering an 8-year-old girl in 1982.
Stolen New York swan babies rescued after mother was eaten
Hunting swans is legal in a few U.S. states, but not in New York.
Revised DACA program to face Texas judge who ruled against it
DACA, originally put in place by President Barack Obama's administration in 2012, has faced many legal journeys through various federal courts.