Rep. Jackie Speier said arming 5,000 rebels is "not a plan" and should be atleast 15,000.
"We are going to increase a little bit," Gen. Odierno said of the 1,600 troop level.
The federal government said it is awarding three contracts to develop “drop-in” biofuels for the...
New NRCC ads are focused on the terrorist threat in the Middle East and border security.
Spokesman says conclusions of story reporting skepticism from military are "wrong."
The struggles have undermined confidence on Capitol Hill among Democrats.
The resolution, which was passed by unanimous consent, condemns thr group for its acts of terrorism.
Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) was only endangered member to vote "no" on funding bill.
Lawmakers expressed several concerns about the administration's strategy.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said the combined vote was “inexcusable.”
“What is the endgame?” lawmakers asked the defense secretary regarding ISIS.
“It’s a presidential decision. We can’t force it," the senator said.
The Pentagon said it would start "very soon" on selecting Syrian groups for training.
The CIA has reportedly curtailed its spying operations in Europe for the last two months.
Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) said Syrian rebels would primarily fight Assad, not ISIS.
"It won't work unless we have the entire Arab world buying in," the Georgia senator says.
The French president says the strikes targeted and destroyed one of ISIS's logistical depots.
The Obama administration must move beyond merely offering words of support to Ukraine.
Obama said the vote demonstrated a cooperation that is a “hallmark of our foreign policy.”
The bill gives President Obama new authority to battle ISIS.
Rep. James McGovern (D-Mass.) chastised Congress on Thursday for not voting on a full authorization...
Several Republican lawmakers on Thursday said President Obama made a mistake by ruling out the use...
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) said senators shouldn’t go home to campaign for reelection at a time of...
Warren’s office declined to reveal Thursday morning how she would vote.