The spy agency is making its biggest changes in years.
The Pentagon's announcement on Al Baghdadi represents a victory for the coalition.
The lawmakers want the committee to rescind its subpoena for Hillary Clinton’s emails.
"It’ll become, ‘Oh, this is just a political thing,’ ” Rep. Lynn Westmoreland said.
Rep. Peter Roskam said the committee would "follow the facts wherever they lead."
The Speaker and leaders of several House committees urged Obama to send weapons.
The report finds a number of prisoners will return to terrorism if they are transferred.
The comment could mark the first time any U.S. official has made such an acknowledgment.
The bill would require the president to report regularly on Iran's compliance.
The campaign is intended as a dress rehearsal for taking Mosul from ISIS.
Spending caps opposed by the Pentagon will limit what the military can spend.
Sixty-two percent of voters would back combat troops against ISIS, a new poll says.
Rep. Hank Johnson's (D-Ga.) bill comes in the wake of the Ferguson controversy.
"Where are the Saudi troops?" Sanders wants to know.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has more than 214,000 backlogged disability claims.
Alaska's delegation is welcoming a move that could base 48 of the jets in the state.
Democrats began to circle the wagons Thursday after Republicans issued subpoenas.
Republicans want State Department watchdog to launch an investigation "immediately."
“No other Cabinet secretary in history” has released all emails, Rep. Elijah Cummings said.
McConnell says there is nothing partisan about scheduling the vote.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, ranking member on the Benghazi panel, blasted the subpoenas.
The Select Committee on Benghazi says Clinton used more than one personal account.
Democrats co-sponsoring Iran bill say they'll vote no next week.
The Pentagon must “corral wasteful spending," the senator says.