Presumably Paul and Cruz would attack ISIS with press releases and incoherent speeches.
The Pentagon said it would start "very soon" on selecting Syrian groups for training.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) said Syrian rebels would primarily fight Assad, not ISIS.
The House Armed Services Committee chairman says President Obama's military management style is “...
In the clip, the captive journalist promises to reveal the "truth" about the group.
What is our common interest? And how effective will be air strikes be?
The measure to arm and train rebels is expected to pass the Senate next.
Obama said he will not commit forces to a ground war in Iraq.
Kaine's measure would severely limit the use of ground troops.
Gen. Dempsey was "referring to a hypothetical scenario," the White House said.
The planned response to ISIS places too much emphasis on military force.
Resolution only authorizes the president to equip and train the rebels until Dec. 11.
The U.S. wants a resolution demanding countries "deter" fighters joining ISIS.
"We are going to increase a little bit," Gen. Odierno said of the 1,600 troop level.
Far too many people around the world are suffering today from deadly violence.
Obama thanked lawmakers “for the speed and seriousness" they brought to the issue.
The Defense secretary on Thursday defended Obama's ISIS plan at a House hearing.
Obama has reportedly set far more stringent requirements for bombing targets in Syria.
Senators grilled Kerry on help from other nations in the anti-ISIS coalition.
Gen. Odierno said forces "capable of going in and rooting them out" were needed.
The Syria measure has drawn criticism from the rank-and-file of both parties.
Durbin said he'd like to suggest a number of changes to the amendment.
Democracy support serves US interests and extends US influence in the world.
Rep. Adam Schiff says Obama needs approval to launch what "amounts to war."