Kurdish forces turned over a mortar shell that may have contained mustard gas.
After inking cyber deals with the U.S., India and the UAE are strengthening their own ties.
“If I’m commander in chief, we’re going after these guys," he said.
Officials believe the group used a mustard agent against Kurdish fighters in Iraq.
Cruz and Sessions are probing the "nexus between terrorism and our immigration system."
With lawmakers focused on Iran and 2016 looming, its unclear when Congress will act.
Before signing the Iran deal, Obama administration officials often repeated an "I think I can't"...
“It's as serious, if not more serious a threat, than al Qaeda,” Lynch said.
The GOP pounced on the remarks, with RNC chief Reince Priebus calling them "absurd."
“This is a constant battle," Sen. Dianne Feinstein said.
The 23-year old allegedly bought a pressure cooker like the one used in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) said he was "disappointed" by the Pentagon's effort.
Coordinating these conflicting interests is the American dilemma.
"We could be leading a coalition of Arab allies to defeat ISIS,” she said.
Is it possible to truly "degrade and destroy" ISIS and similar organizations?
Graham criticized Bush for saying that ground troops wouldn't be required.
Bush will call for an international effort to defeat the group.
Pentagon says strikes could target groups other than ISIS if rebels are threatened.
The effort with Turkey could deepen U.S. involvement in Syria.
Lindsey Graham, with his colorful metaphor, has it backward.
The hypothetical deal that critics presumably would support is the stuff of fantasy.
Obama has exercised a "light footprint" far beyond the range of the initial war on terror.
How did ISIS proliferate so rapidly — in a single year — despite U.S.-led airstrikes?
What we are doing is not working.