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The department is weighing options to keep arms flowing to ammunition-starved Ukraine, but there's no replacement for the aid package stalled in Congress.
Republicans in the House have thus far refused to bring up the $95 billion security package that bolsters aid for Ukraine, Israel and the Indo-Pacific.
By Colleen Long and Darlene Superville
Washington still retains the authority to give Kyiv more than $4 billion worth of materiel from U.S. stocks.
By John Hardie and Rear Adm. Mark Montgomery (ret.)
During the meeting, the president will discuss the “urgency” of passing the aid package, as well as legislation to keep the government running.
By Darlene Superville