Senate rejects resolution to pull support from war in Yemen
The Senate rejected a resolution which would have halted U.S. military aid to the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen on Tuesday by a 55 to 44 vote.
Why it matters: The bipartisan resolution, introduced by Sens. Bernie Sanders, Chris Murphy, and Mike Lee at the beginning of the month, argues that U.S. involvement in the war in Yemen is unconstitutional because Congress never approved it. It's been opposed primarily by Republicans, with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell saying he would vote no earlier in the day.