Reid said he was disturbed that some lawmakers are using the threat from ISIS for political gains.
The Senate passed a bill Wednesday to extend health service programs for children.
Corker said it's “preposterous” for Obama to not seek approval of Congress to fight ISIS.
Grassley said he would introduce a bill to ensure terrorists cannot take advantage of student visa programs.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) warned President Obama he would need congressional approval to defeat ISIS.
Reid chided Republicans for meeting with Dick Cheney on Tuesday, saying his advice on Iraq is useless.
McConnell said Obama’s failed foreign policies have lead to a strong ISIS.
The Senate passed a resolution Tuesday condemning the killing of two American journalists by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said he hopes President Obama calls on Congress to authorize military force against ISIS.
McConnell called on President Obama to present Congress a clear plan of attack against ISIS.