- Dempsey presses Congress to act on defense bill Updated: Dec-09-13 6:46 pm
- Oklahoma proves popular spot for GOP superstars Updated: Dec-04-13 6:14 pm
- Defense bill caught in Congress' political divide Updated: Nov-24-13 8:17 am
- Senate paralyzed on what to do about Guantanamo Updated: Nov-19-13 7:30 pm
- NTSB: Oklahoma senator's son noted engine trouble Updated: Nov-19-13 1:17 pm
- Sen. Jim Inhofe returns to Senate floor for speech Updated: Nov-18-13 3:04 pm
- Senators argue against plan on military assault Updated: Nov-18-13 2:13 pm
- US Senator's son remembered as dedicated pilot Updated: Nov-12-13 6:56 pm
WASHINGTON - The nation's top military leader pleaded with Congress on Monday to complete the defense bill before year's end as Democrats and Republicans on the Armed Services committees reached agreement on compromise legislation to pay for warfighters, ships and aircraft.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Whether it's Oklahoma's conservative reputation or the national profile of its own Republican leaders, the Sooner State is proving to be a popular spot lately for GOP superstars.
WASHINGTON - For 51 years of war and peace, Republicans and Democrats rallied around a bill to pay the troops, buy ships and aircraft and set military policy.
WASHINGTON - Senators on Tuesday illustrated their paralysis over what to do with the Guantanamo Bay prison, voting down dueling bills to loosen and tighten restrictions on transferring detainees.
OWASSO, Oklahoma - The son of Oklahoma U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe reported his small plane was experiencing engine trouble shortly before he died in a crash near Tulsa, according to a preliminary report released by the National Transportation Safety Board.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma Sen. Jim Inhofe has returned to the floor of the U.S. Senate eight days following the death of his son in a plane crash.
WASHINGTON - Senate opponents of stripping military commanders of the authority to prosecute serious crimes such as rape and sexual assault said Monday that the proposal could make it worse for victims.
OKLAHOMA CITY - The son of U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe who was killed in a plane crash was being remembered Tuesday as a compassionate surgeon who loved to fly.