WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement could lose "quite a few" Republican votes in Congress, the U.S. Senate Finance Committee chairman said on Tuesday, adding that the level of concern over the deal was high among conservative lawmakers.
Roughly 6,000 federal inmates will be released at the end of the month, the largest one-time release of federal prisoners, the Bureau of Prisons said Tuesday.
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Rand Paul backed calls for an international investigation of the U.S. military after American forces inadvertently bombed an Afghan hospital over the weekend.
President Obama's Friday trip to Roseburg, Ore., will "not be about politics," and instead is designed to let Obama spend time with the families of those who were killed during last week's shooting at a community college, a White House spokesman said on Tuesday.
Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Tuesday that Russia is a threat to global energy stability, saying that last week's intervention by the country in Syria threatened to raise energy prices and cause supply disruptions.
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