A top U.S. commander in Iraq said the terror groups is switching to "defense."
The Arabic acronym for ISIS also sounds like the Arabic word for "crush underneath the foot."
We cannot afford to provide arms directly to those who could turn and use them against us.
John Brennan delivered an aggressive rebuttal of the Senate Intelligence panel's report.
The 528-page report asserts that the CIA tortured and misled the public.
Corker labeled the process to date “hugely lacking.”
Having put forth a nominee for Defense secretary, it's time to assess Obama's record.
Kerry will testify before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday.
The bill passed on a bipartisan vote of 300-119, and now heads to the Senate.
"This war is illegal until Congress acts," said Paul.
The senator's measure would authorize force but limit the use of ground troops.
Administration officials denied that Turkey is "complicit" in the influx of fighters.
The U.S.-led coalition has launched 1,361 airstrikes in the past four months.
Fifteen aircraft conducted 45 strikes in northwestern Iraq earlier this month.
Sens.-elect Tom Cotton (Ark.) and Joni Ernst (Iowa) are joining the panel.
The measure drafted by Sen. Menendez is unlikely to get a floor vote.
“No one’s talking about bombing everywhere,” Kerry replied during Senate hearing.
The Joint Chiefs urged commanders to "take appropriate force protection measures."
How would the fate of the nation be any different if we were not engaged in Afghanistan, Iraq and...
Believers in democracy and human rights should give the Kurds a standing ovation.
Rand Paul said supporters disappointed by Obama's U.S. involvement in war against ISIS.
"We're not going to do it," said Josh Earnest, amid reports Iran is striking ISIS.
Negotiators unveiled the proposed cuts as part of a 2015 defense authorization bill.
Coalition forces launched 55 airstrikes against multiple targets in Iraq and Syria.