The United States and Iraq are engaged in a heated blame game over the fall of Ramadi.
The Wisconsin governor is expected to run for president next year.
The Pentagon doubled down on Secretary Carter's criticism of Iraqi forces.
"They want the U.S. to come in and fight their war," Rep. Stephen Lynch said.
“America's relationship with Ukraine has never been more important," he said.
Biden recognized the "enormous sacrifice and bravery" of Iraqis, the White House said.
Authorities reportedly received a "chemical weapons threat" against the Air France jet.
Haider al-Abadi said he was surprised Ash Carter said Iraqi forces had "no will to fight."
“I don’t think we’re winning, but I wouldn’t say we’re losing either,” Adam Schiff said.
The former U.N. ambassador said Arab states and Turkey "need American leadership."
Ash Carter resisted Republican-led calls to put more American troops into the Middle East.
Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) urged President Obama on Saturday to drop his veto threat.
Saddiq al-Abbadi faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.
The senator's office suggested the pair will discuss Iran's nuclear program.
The Wisconsin governor assailed talks with a nation that “wishes to wipe Israel off the map.”
The move could bring U.S. forces closer to war with Syria.
The new push comes from a paramilitary force that helped the Iraqi army in Tikrit.
President Obama highlighted the U.S. drawdown in Afghanistan during his annual speech.
Norris writes that he "never ever said" the operation was intended to take over Texas.
“It was wrong then and the intelligence wasn’t there,” Pelosi said.
The Arizona senator suggested more American troops will be needed to defeat the terror group.
Congressional panel probing 2012 attacks picks up the pace.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), a combat veteran, wants to arm Kurds and Sunni tribesmen.
Without a short-term deal, the project would have run out of money Sunday.