A top U.S. commander in Iraq said the terror groups is switching to "defense."
We cannot afford to provide arms directly to those who could turn and use them against us.
John Brennan delivered an aggressive rebuttal of the Senate Intelligence panel's report.
How would the fate of the nation be any different if we were not engaged in Afghanistan, Iraq and...
The bill passed on a bipartisan vote of 300-119, and now heads to the Senate.
The senator's measure would authorize force but limit the use of ground troops.
Coalition forces launched 55 airstrikes against multiple targets in Iraq and Syria.
Seventeen of the strikes were near the besieged Kurdish town of Kobani.
GOP Rep. Rob Wittman said King Abdullah suggested Jordan could provide troops against ISIS.
McCain earlier this year said Obama's handling of Syria made him worse than Carter.
The secretary of State said U.S. strategy against ISIS is "starting to gain traction."
The Defense secretary said the group's gains had been "reversed" in some areas.
The dead include one mid-level commander of the group, says military.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) says it does not look as though the full Senate will not vote on a measure...
Having put forth a nominee for Defense secretary, it's time to assess Obama's record.
Believers in democracy and human rights should give the Kurds a standing ovation.
"We're not going to do it," said Josh Earnest, amid reports Iran is striking ISIS.
Administration officials denied that Turkey is "complicit" in the influx of fighters.
Representative from 60 countries will meet in Brussels on Wednesday.
Talks between the retiring heads of the House and Senate Armed Services panels have stalled.
Sens. McCain, Corker and Burr are ready to push back on Obama's agenda.
The Pentagon reversed its decision to wait until Congress approved funding.
Lawmakers are wading deeper into the defense issues they left on the backburner.
He said he would not send forces "into harm’s way with their arms tied behind their backs."