Navarro told CNBC on Monday that he's preparing an executive order that would help relocate medical supply chains from overseas to the U.S.
In a letter to Jeff Bezos, Sens. Menendez and Blumenthal asked how the "Amazon's Choice" badge works, after reports indicated it recommends inferior products.
The Trump administration said it plans to end foreign aid programs for the three Central American countries. The aid affects closes to $500 million in 2018 funds and millions more left over from the prior fiscal year.
Booker's connections to wealthy and influential donors could give his campaign an advantage over Democratic primary rivals who don't have similar relationships with players in the business world.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell speaks on Capitol Hill on how the Fed plans to conduct its review on the recently announced merger between BB&T and SunTrust.
The U.S. has traditionally reassured doubtful allies of its security commitment through such measures as troop reinforcements and military exercises. However, disruptive times call for unconventional measures, Atlantic Council CEO Fred Kempe writes.
U.S. Republican and Democratic senators on Wednesday will introduce a bill seeking to punish Russia for meddling in U.S. elections and for its aggression in Ukraine by imposing sanctions on its banking, energy sector and foreign debt.
Lindsey Graham, the senior senator from South Carolina and a close ally of President Donald Trump, vowed to send a bipartisan statement before the end of the 115th Congress asserting that the crown prince was involved in Khashoggi's murder.
Their letter came hours after Trump declared that the U.S. would stand with Saudi Arabia as a crucial economic and national security ally, despite the kingdom's admission that Khashoggi had been killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Despite some early gains in their bid to win a House majority, Democrats missed some early opportunities for a potential wave election.
The result will come as a relief to the Democratic Party, which could not afford to lose a Senate seat from what is usually a solid blue state.
In a statement responding to Trump's tweet, Menendez campaign spokesman Steven Sandberg responded simply: "Thank you."
As the midterm elections draw closer, the Republican stranglehold on the Senate has shown few signs of slipping. If Republicans can hold or expand their majority, President Donald Trump can continue to push to confirm conservative judges.
Prognosticators believe Republicans have a strong grasp on the Senate even as massive fundraising numbers help Democrats in their bid to take the House.
"The one thing I've learned from John McCain above all else is that, in moments like this, you have to embrace your values," Graham said. "No more transactional interactions."
In August, the Puerto Rican government raised the official death count dramatically to 2,975, after maintaining for months that only 64 people had died.
While the New Jersey Senate race appears much closer than Democrats would want it, the state's partisan leanings still favor Menendez over Hugin.
The developments come as Democrats look to at least hold the line in the Senate, where the GOP holds a slim 51-49 majority.
The Senate minority leader, the vice chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and more than a dozen members of the Senate Foreign Relations committee all called on the president to cancel the meeting.
The primary outcomes show Menendez will have to labor to keep a blue-state seat amid the challenge from Hugin.