Dozens of civilians were reportedly killed in the ISIS-held city.
He was what the White House needed, just not what it wanted.
McCain earlier this year said Obama's handling of Syria made him worse than Carter.
Why focus on Obama's immigration plan while ignoring overreach in national security?
What happens when they return, more radicalized and more experienced?
The Pentagon has yet to begin vetting Syrian groups to receive U.S. military help.
The Senate's top Republican is “strongly opposed” to a reform bill.
Lawmakers are wading deeper into the defense issues they left on the backburner.
"I think he should have a much more vigorous air campaign," the former Iraq envoy said.
"Broadly, I don't see those two uniting, at least yet," said James Clapper.
The progressive rock-star and possible 2016 candidate is joining leadership.
The current model is unsustainable.
GOP Rep. Rob Wittman said King Abdullah suggested Jordan could provide troops against ISIS.
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.
Combating ISIS financing is an important component of the campaign against the organization.
Republican leaders picked new chairmen for Armed Services and Intelligence.
Rep. Adam Schiff says a new authorization of military force is "a constitutional imperative."
The secretary of State said U.S. strategy against ISIS is "starting to gain traction."
ISIS "has to be defeated," the Israeli prime minister said.
ISIS captured American aid worker Peter Kassig in 2013.
The Defense secretary said the group's gains had been "reversed" in some areas.
He said he would not send forces "into harm’s way with their arms tied behind their backs."
Senators said an ISIS measure shouldn't limit military options.