The House will vote Wednesday on the measure and a stopgap spending bill.
Paul said "most of the arms" given to Syrian groups have ended up with ISIS.
The US held ISIS discussions with officials amid talks about Tehran's nuclear program.
Astute observers are turning to the public statements of former Secretary of State Clinton.
Gen. James Cartwright said strikes in Syria would probably target ISIS's training areas.
Kerry said it’s “not appropriate” to start announcing each country’s plan to fight ISIS.
"But our Air Force understands risk management," the retired officer said.
“They have to be in conjunction with three other campaigns,” one retired officer said.
David Cameron said the ISIS threat can't be ignored after purported beheading of aid worker.
"I have ordered the Iraqi Air Force to halt shelling of civilian areas," he said.
The deal could influence Congress to vote “no” on authorization to equip rebel groups.
The retired general warned ISIS is in a better position than al Qaeda.
Rep. Adam Schiff says Obama needs approval to launch what "amounts to war."
The poll found 62 percent of people had watched or heard about his speech.
State Department officials have not named the countries that offered support.
Obama reportedly also foresaw the ISIS conflict as a long-term battle.
McCaul said it’s a “positive sign” that countries are stepping up to join the coalition.
Hayden said U.S. special operations forces could wind up on the ground in Syria.
The South Carolina senator called the administration's approach "delusional."
"Everybody believes there has to be someone on the ground," he said.
Experts say de Blasio has made fighting terrorism in NYC a lower priority.
White House chief of staff blankets Sunday shows to defend Obama on ISIS.
"What we are doing is engaging in a very significant counterterrorism operation,” Kerry said.
"What’s needed now is a targeted, relentless counterterrorism campaign," he said.