Both ISIS and Ebola have the same root cause: failed governance.
Supplies intended for embattled Iraqi military ended up in territory controlled by ISIS.
Sanders specifically singled out Saudi Arabia.
Officials are pushing back at claims they underestimated the threat.
Republican lawmakers said Obama was shifting blame to the intel community.
"Shifting blame and shirking responsibility is not presidential," said Sen. Dan Coats.
Syrian activists said a strike hit a grain silo, killing civilian workers.
The governor said the administration should soon address the killing.
The CSBA says the operation since July has so far run between $780 million and $930 million.
The administration will look to capitalize on the gains it made at the UN.
The 2016 race for the White House and Eric Holder's departure also shared spotlight.
Michael Chertoff said the U.S. is "quite late" in going after the terror group.
Christie said Obama should take responsibility for underestimating ISIS.
The 10-year deal allows 9,800 troops to remain past December.
Rep. Adam Schiff defended Obama from critics who say he is trying to shift blame.
The international coalition should and can shape the Middle East's future with military force.
Rogers defended the intel community, calling ISIS's rise a "failure by policy makers."
The House Appropriations head says there's no way to continue efforts against ISIS on the cheap.
I can think of no other time in American history when a president would decide overnight on a war...
Ryan said Obama's proposed cuts would "devastate" the Pentagon.
How do we help young people take a positive turn, rather than the path to violence?
“They're all connected, but there's a more immediate concern,” Obama told “60 Minutes.”
Kaine has sponsored a measure that would formally authorize Obama’s mission.
“It depends what it would say,” the co-chairman of the Congressional Progressive Caucus said.