“Freelancers have paid a high price in the Syrian conflict," Agence France-Presse explained.
The legislation would require the State Department to authorize the reward.
Obama should have "very strongly said we are not gonna take it," Ruppersberger said.
He says he'd have to have the situation presented to him before deciding.
The Intelligence chairman said estimates of 2,000 western passport holders are too low.
“They’re not the JV team anymore," the South Carolina Republican said.
"We see that as attack on our country when one of our own is killed like that," aide said.
When the avatar of a political era ends, the age dies on the vine soon after.
Sen. Inhofe says ISIS is "rapidly developing" ways of carrying out a catastrophic attack.
The administration should fight the urge to expand its campaign in Iraq, said Rep. Schiff.
The hostages had been moved before special forces reached the site.
The secretary of State said the U.S. will "never back down in the face of such evil."
The senator suggested the victims would back a cautious approach to ISIS.
The bill would update the State Department’s Rewards for Justice Program.
While recent cases center on Americans held captive, there are key differences.
GOP members took to the airwaves to criticize the president's handling of ISIS.
The New Hampshire Republican said a “containment strategy is not going to cut it.”
President Fuad Masum said he felt “deep pain" because of the U.S. journalist's beheading.
The president has been catching flak for vacationing amid so many crises.
Rep. Buck McKeon said it was "unwise" to acknowledge the special forces operation.
"We have long memories and our reach is very wide," the attorney general said.
The U.S., unlike some European nations, would not pay the terrorists.
James Foley’s killing has raised new calls for the president to expand the U.S. role in Iraq.
An official told the AP that the number of troops under discussion is less than 300.