The signing came the day after new president Ashraf Ghani was sworn in.
Rogers defended the intel community, calling ISIS's rise a "failure by policy makers."
"Shifting blame and shirking responsibility is not presidential," said Sen. Dan Coats.
The House Appropriations head says there's no way to continue efforts against ISIS on the cheap.
Syrian activists said a strike hit a grain silo, killing civilian workers.
The GOP senator says the world is "calling out" for U.S. intervention.
The Obama administration is pushing back on criticism that it was caught unaware.
A plurality would favor using ground troops against ISIS if commanders recommend it.
Rep. McKeon says lame-duck Congress shouldn't take vote.
“They're all connected, but there's a more immediate concern,” Obama told “60 Minutes.”
Michael Chertoff said the U.S. is "quite late" in going after the terror group.
The senator urged Obama to help bring Turkey into the coalition fighting ISIS.
The officer did not say how the Air Force would mitigate the difficulty.
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Southerland came under fire after he held a men-only fundraiser.
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Hoyer says lame-duck lawmakers have as much a responsibility for vote as new Congress.
Former Rep. Pete Hoekstra said ISIS represents a "monolithic threat."
Ryan said Obama's proposed cuts would "devastate" the Pentagon.
The CSBA says the operation since July has so far run between $780 million and $930 million.
The administration will look to capitalize on the gains it made at the UN.
Kaine has sponsored a measure that would formally authorize Obama’s mission.
“It depends what it would say,” the co-chairman of the Congressional Progressive Caucus said.
The president admitted that the United States was surprised at the force behind ISIS.