Intelligence Community Oversight

Senator Feinstein on the Intelligence Committee’s study of the CIA Detention and Interrogation Program: “The report exposes brutality that stands in stark contrast to our values as a nation. This is not what Americans do.” Click For More

Confronting California's Drought

Senator Feinstein introduced the California Emergency Drought Relief Act to help California farmers, businesses and communities suffering from historic drought conditions. Click For More

Intel Committee Releases Benghazi Report

The bipartisan report by the Senate Intelligence Committee lays out 18 recommendations to improve security at overseas facilities and improve the process for sharing unclassified information with policymakers. Click For More

Increasing Confidence, Improving Transparency in NSA Programs

Senate Intelligence Committee approved bipartisan legislation to increase privacy protections and transparency of the NSA call-records program in several ways while preserving the effectiveness and flexibility of this vital national security program. Click For More

Making Health Care Affordable

California’s new health insurance marketplace is open for enrollment. More than 5.5 million uninsured Californians are eligible to purchase coverage. Click For More

Innovative Cancer Treatment Options

Senator Feinstein, chairman of the Senate Cancer Coalition, hosted a forum that looked at next-generation cancer treatment options. Click For More

Closing Guantantamo Bay Prison

"Holding detainees on an island off U.S. shores for years — without charge — is an abomination. It is not an effective administration of justice, does not serve our national security interests and is not consistent with our country's history as a champion of human rights. It is time to close Guantanamo." Click For More

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Making Health Care Affordable

The Affordable Care Act will help more than 5.5 million uninsured Californians purchase health insur -

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Combating Illegal Drugs

As chairman of the Senate Drug Caucus, Feinstein oversees anti-narcotics initiatives.

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Battling Breast Cancer

Feinstein supports the Breast Cancer Stamp, which she helped create in 1998.