The State Department pushed back on claims made by Sen. Tom Cotton and Rep. Mike Pompeo.
The agency found this week it lacked 15 emails from Clinton's personal server.
The bill will level new sanctions on Russia and pave the way for lethal arms to Ukraine.
"The spin and the lies out of this White House... it's unbelievable," said McCain.
The decision ends months of uncertainty over what to call the military action.
The estimate is up from the average $7.5M daily figure Pentagon provided last month.
President Obama has authorized the deployment of 350 more troops to Baghdad.
The House Foreign Affairs chief said the U.S. has not moved "decisively to arm" the Kurds.
The fire grounded the entire fleet, but the Pentagon says the "U.S. remains fully committed."
Russia’s defense minister said Thursday that thousands of Russian troops on the eastern and...
Difficult decisions remain, State Department spokesman John Kirby said.
The dead include one mid-level commander of the group, says military.
The Pentagon reversed its decision to wait until Congress approved funding.
"We are going to stay resolved and determined to get after this threat," said an official.
Obama has already ordered 3,000 troops to help the effort in Africa.
White House insists it can't use training program in Syria without congressional vote.
The lawmaker who represents Ferguson has "urgent concerns."
Officials cast doubt rebels could fire a missile without "some measure of Russian support."
While the VA scandal unfolds, the Pentagon has gotten its own healthcare complaints.
He ordered two reviews of the personnel operating the nation’s nuclear weapons.