The Senate has confirmed Mike Pompeo as the 70th secretary of state by a 57-42 vote. Six Democrats and one Independent voted to confirm Pompeo: Heitkamp, Donnelly, Manchin, McCaskill, Jones, Nelson, and King (I). Every Republican supported his confirmation, with the exception of Sen. John McCain
The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics supports recent reform proposals to the NCAA amid a federal corruption investigation into college basketball _ but wants the NCAA to do more
A last-minute switch to "yes" by Kentucky Republican Rand Paul gave CIA Director Mike Pompeo enough votes to get a favorable recommendation from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Monday, letting him avoid becoming the first secretary of state nominee in the nation's history to be rejected in
John Calipari says he has met with the National Basketball Players Association representatives as the Kentucky coach continues to push for new rules that would ultimately end the one-and-done system in college basketball. Calipari told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram on Friday that he wants the NBPA
Sen. Chris Coons , a Delaware Democrat, announced Friday that he will not vote to support the nomination of Mike Pompeo to be secretary of state, officially closing the door on Pompeo’s chances of being favorably recommended out of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee ahead of a full Senate floor
President Donald Trump 's pick for secretary of state, CIA director Mike Pompeo, is facing stiff opposition to his becoming the nation's top diplomat - and it may be unprecedented. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is set to vote on Pompeo’s nomination on Monday and right now it's not clear if
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"The View" co-hosts give their take on how Bolton's appointment will affect our relations in North Korea and beyond.
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