He said he expects President Donald Trump to nominate a successor this month.
Senator Mark Warner, while doggedly pursuing the matter, lacked the skill to ask the right questions to pin them down.
Given the stink that was made over the ATF's attempt to ban some .223 ammo, you would think that the gun lobby would be yelling and screaming about what is a bona fide violation of 2nd-Amendment rights. But while some of the pro-gun blogs are blazing away, so far the NRA has uttered nary a peep.
The Patriot Act provisions that allow for those programs will expire in June, unless Congress renews them. Despite the impending
Just as the gruesome beheadings in Syria rallied a once war-weary public to support the deployment of US troops in both Iraq and Syria, the brutal assault at Charlie Hebdo could have the effect of convincing more Americans that US intelligence should keep the power they have in order to detect a similar act of violence.
Below, a liveblog of more election news: Rogers defeated Democrat Jesse Smith after besting Thomas Casson for the Republican
Professional. Bipartisan. Serious. Mature. Those are four words that you would not ordinarily associate with Washington politics. But guess what? The Republican House and the Democratic president actually came together on an issue.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) was similarly reticent to embrace specific proposals Wednesday
If an enemy army or air fleet is clearly on its way to attack targets in the United States, the military has a plan to respond. It has assets deployed domestically and overseas to intercept such attacks, and has tactics and strategies in place to respond to such aggressive maneuvers.
"We do not do this on some unilateral basis against U.S. citizens," he told a conference hosted by Bloomberg. "We just don't
My support of our troops entails the belief that any soldier taken prisoner should be returned home as soon as possible, regardless of the hyperbole surrounding the terrorists we trade for his or her release.
WASHINGTON –- Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, criticized the Obama administration's
Schneier said that transparency would have to be imposed from above - either by the White House or Congress - for it to be
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) announced this week that he would not be seeking reelection in order to pursue a career as a radio host. In an interview Sunday, Rogers also seemed to leave the door open to possibly running for president in 2016.
Rogers will have a radio show on stations affiliated with Atlanta-based Cumulus Media. His interest in broadcasting dates
Which is why, in a way, it was perfect when Rogers announced on Friday that, at the end of his current congressional term