The U.S. launched a new wave of strikes and dropped arms for the Kurdish town.
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Coalition forces have now carried out 110 strikes to save the Kurdish town of Kobani.
Obama said there would be "setbacks" in the fight but defended his overall strategy.
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Gen. Ray Odierno admits "we'll have to see what plays out over the coming days" with ISIS.
Americans often forget that the adversary also has options.
he Pentagon's top military commander in Africa sparked alarm Tuesday.
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The former defense secretary expressed his "frustration" with the White House.
Kerry tried to reassure Turkey, which has concerns about arming Kurdish groups.
Obama and Iran's Khamenei have arranged a working relationship throughout the Middle East.
"We are going to stay resolved and determined to get after this threat," said an official.
Airstrikes have failed to halt fighters advancing on Kobani, a Kurdish town.
"There are no quick fixes involved," Obama said after meeting coalition military leaders.
The report calls climate change a "threat multiplier."
Rubio said Obama wants to be able to "brag about disengaging" from the Mideast.
Militants have advanced on the Syrian town seven miles from the Turkish border.
Some experts say the development brings U.S. troops closer to combat.
ISIS fighters are changing their tactics and hiding more among civilians.
Retired Marine Gen. Allen is meeting with allies as the ISIS fight expands.
Pelosi said lawmakers "should be prepared" to vote in November.