The bombing campaign has averaged $7.6 million per day since August.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney has already unveiled a bill targeting Social Security for suspected Nazis.
The U.S. launched a new wave of strikes and dropped arms for the Kurdish town.
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.
Military campaigns take time to work, yet some are already asking for results.
"We are going to stay resolved and determined to get after this threat," said an official.
Coalition forces have now carried out 110 strikes to save the Kurdish town of Kobani.
Leaders also discussed the need for non-military, regional approaches to countering ISIS.
"There are no quick fixes involved," Obama said after meeting coalition military leaders.
ISIS militants are threatening to capture the Turkish-Syrian border town of Kobani.
The meeting will include defense chiefs from some 20 nations.
Operation Inherent Resolve is costing an average of $7.6M per day.
A new video shows a militant going through boxes of grenades.
The terrorist group brings in about $2 million per day from oil.
When it comes to foreign policy, we always seem to be fighting the last war.
Turkey is hosting thousands of refugees from the Syrian border town.
The Pentagon is likely to tap active duty and reserve personnel to build hospitals.
The decision ends months of uncertainty over what to call the military action.
Airstrikes have failed to halt fighters advancing on Kobani, a Kurdish town.
Obama said there would be "setbacks" in the fight but defended his overall strategy.
Johnson said there is "no credible intelligence" the group is planning a biological attack.
There's much we don't know in Iran and Iraq, but ignorance is no obstacle to strong conviction.
The report calls climate change a "threat multiplier."