Republicans have said 1.6 percent is insufficient.
The GOP nominee will have another briefing Friday.
The ruling is a setback for American families who have been in court for years.
Obama has been asked to intervene in the case.
The Syrian native was sent to Uruguay after being held at Guantánamo Bay for 12 years.
Gen. Joseph Votel: "Ultimately we are going to protect ourselves."
The man has been trained by U.S. and Russian forces.
A 2015 report found Defense cardholders made 4,437 transactions worth $952,258 at casinos.
The deployment of the system came over U.S. objections.
The U.S. is urging all sides to open up a line of communication to de-conflict the situation.
North Korea just successfully tested its first submarine-launched missile.
Republicans slammed the White house for its hopes that the nuclear deal would mend relations.
A vice premier for education reportedly appeared to fall asleep during a meeting with Kim Jong Un.
"Maybe it's just a misunderstanding on their part," the Pentagon press secretary said.
The release of 15 prisoners to the UAE was the largest from the facility.
Coalition forces conducted a precision strike near the Syrian city of Al-Bab.
A top terrorism expert called Abu Muhammad al-Adnani's death a "major blow" to ISIS.
Abd al Rahim al Nashiri is being tried for the 2000 attack that killed 17 sailors.
The Marines are also deploying the F-35 in the Pacific next year.
Lawmaker criticism of U.S. support for the Saudi campaign has grown louder in recent weeks.
"During the Obama years, military readiness has been put on the back burner," Ryan's office said.
Trump has repeatedly hammered the Obama administration over its plan.
Biden said it was his "hope and expectation" the facility would close.
The GAO report said the Air Force should not prematurely retire the "Warthog" attack jet.