Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said the city of Tikrit has been liberated.
The House committee wants to speak with Clinton "no later than May 1."
Majority Leader McCarthy and Armed Services Chairman Thornberry want lethal aid for Ukraine.
Ashton Carter also says U.S. efforts in Yemen will continue "whatever happens on the ground."
"We will continue to isolate Iran as much as we can," said Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.)
Canada's vote comes as Congress is stalled on efforts to authorize force.
The "Warthog" should stay in the skies until "a suitable alternative is in place," they say.
The Syrian president denies U.S.-led strikes have blunted ISIS's advances.
“It's time for the Iranians to send a clear signal,” an Obama aide said.
Trey Gowdy said Hillary decided to "permanently delete all emails from her personal server."
Instead of Bernie Sanders's call for tax increases, Washington should exercise restraint.
Sen. Chris Coons said Congress must pay for the fight against ISIS.
Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman's (D-N.J.) bill would require DHS to research risks posed by small to...
“I’ve always been nervous about the attacks on the NSA," Bush said.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter repeats plea for raising defense spending.
"Air Force is again pursuing its premature, misguided, and dangerous divestment," they said.
A blue-ribbon panel outlined a proposal for revamping military compensation.
Conservative Rep. Mick Mulvaney (R-S.C.) penned an op-ed in The Wall Street Journal.
The changes would allow 401(k) plans for people who serve fewer than 20 years.
"The best hope is that it prompts them to go back to negotiating table," Schiff said.
Republicans say the president paid too high a price for the soldier's return.
Officials say he was headed to another U.S. military base to report problems in his unit.
Republicans asked the White House for "all intelligence, reports and assessments."
Carter reiterated Obama's veto threat.