A Michigan congressman says his decision on running for U.S. Senate has been delayed by his duties responding to the Boston Marathon bombings and challenges in Syria and North Korea.
Republican Rep. Mike Rogers of Brighton chairs the House Intelligence Committee and is being pushed to run for Senate with Democrat Carl Levin's retirement in 2014. Rogers said Monday he'll talk to more people, including his family.
He says he's having a "significant impact" on the intelligence committee and must decide if he can have more impact in the Senate. Rogers says it'd be difficult to chair the committee while running for Senate.
Rogers has no deadline for deciding but knows other potential GOP candidates are waiting. He says chances of him becoming the next FBI director are remote.