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Trump vetoes resolution limiting his ability to wage war against Iran as tensions remain high

The bipartisan measure was largely a response to a drone strike Trump ordered in January that killed Iran's top general, which sparked fears of war.
U.S. President Trump announces proposed changes to environmental regulations at the White House in Washington

Trump went off at a rally after the House passed a War Powers Resolution in a sharp rebuke over Iran

The House voted in favor of the War Powers Resolution in response to President Donald Trump's decisions that escalated tensions with Iran.
Speaker of the House Pelosi speaks during a news conference about legislation the House has passed at the Capitol in Washington

House votes to bar Trump from attacking Iran without congressional authorization

Just three Republican House members, including outspoken Trump supporter Rep. Matt Gaetz, supported the resolution. Eight Democrats voted against it.
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Trump’s ‘media post’ on war powers shows he doesn’t understand how war powers — or the internet — work

President Trump claimed over the weekend that his tweets qualified as "notification" to Congress of his war powers. They don't.

Trump’s ‘media post’ on war powers shows he doesn’t understand how war powers — or the internet — work

Three years into the Trump administration, the president is now using his favorite internet tool to try to wage war.
US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi holds a press conference after the House passed Resolution 755, Articles of Impeachment Against President Donald J. Trump, at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, on December 18, 2019.

Pelosi announces vote on war-powers resolution to limit Trump’s military actions in Iran

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the vote would make President Donald Trump cease hostilities with Iran within 30 days without congressional action.
A man reacts at the site of a Saudi-led, US-supported coalition air strike in Yemen in 2015.

Members of Congress still haven’t voted on the US war in Yemen — and few say why

Congress has failed to hold a vote on whether it should authorize US military force in Yemen, so a journalist asked lawmakers why. Few answered.

Two senators are urging Congress to vote for an official authorization to fight against ISIS

The proposed bill would be the first military authorization since 2001.