The senators said they need the review to "fully assess" the Iran nuclear deal.
The fall of Husseiba puts ISIS three miles from a crucial government military base.
They called the 700 refugees let into the U.S. in five years "an unacceptably low number."
The extension raises the authorization cap for the facility to $900 million.
The decision comes amid ISIS gains in Iraq.
Jeff Miller (R-Fla.) said the agency needs to "go back to the drawing board."
Lawmakers said China is trying to "unilaterally" settle the territorial dispute.
A Senate bill that would fund military construction projects and veterans’ benefits next year does...
The documents will stay secret, a judge declared Wednesday.
The bill, which circumvents spending caps using a war funding account, could face a veto.
The president accused Republican skeptics of harming military readiness.
Construction could halt unless Congress approves more funds this week.
It's the first time a British court convicted anyone of murder for actions during the war.
Sidney Blumenthal says he will cooperate after the House committee subpoenaed him.
A 2011 directive prohibits VA doctors from consulting patients about medical pot.
Lawmakers said DOD needs to update its equal opportunity policies to include sexual orientation.
The Democratic leader says the ball is in Congress's court.
Rep. Michael McCaul said there was no way to "properly vet" the refugees.
"Our veterans deserve better than that," Robert McDonald said.
The House Select Committee on Benghazi will likely talk to Huma Abedin in the near future.
"We have the full power," said Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.).
Cornyn said the administration has become bogged down in a “paralysis by analysis.”
"This isn't run-of-the-mill incompetence. It's arrogance," Boehner said.
“This administration doesn’t have a strategy,” the potential GOP presidential candidate said.