The president defended his strategy day's after the group captured Ramadi.
Cornyn said the administration has become bogged down in a “paralysis by analysis.”
There is only one sheriff in town, and that sheriff better put on his badge.
The fall of Ramadi represented the biggest military gain for ISIS this year.
“ISIS is not just in Iraq and Syria,” Rep. Devin Nunes said.
The GOP presidential candidate said "we need transformation in our policies."
Experts say the cyber threat from ISIS should be taken seriously.
Some seek reform and a stronger voice from Congress.
“It’s a force that we really haven’t seen before," the senator said.
“We are not adequately defeating them," Sen. Ron Johnson said.
Mike Rogers said an important anti-terrorism tool is now "off the table."
"The future is just around the corner," ISIS said.
What is frightening is another Bush presidency that leads to more counterinsurgency wars.
"I don't think the Iraqi militias can do it," said Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.).
Boehner called the president's request "irresponsible," given current conditions.
VIDEO | The fall of Ramadi deals a significant blow to Iraqi forces.
The top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee said she's "very worried" about ISIS.
"Our intelligence was good. But nonetheless, this was an extraordinary risk," Schiff said.
Jeb Bush should press on as he has these past weeks and watch his poll numbers climb.
Rebels are struggling to grab as much ground as possible before a U.N.-imposed cease-fire.
“We’re very definitely in a new environment," Jeh Johnson said.
Tom Ridge said terror threats are more serious and complicated.
“I think there’s been an uptick in the stream of threats," Rep. Michael McCaul said.
Risks can be reduced, but never entirely eliminated.