“I don’t see it getting any traction,” said Rep. Pete King.
Rep. Joe Wilson said an absence of funding would be "irresponsible."
A spokesman for the fundamentalist group called Donald Trump “non-serious."
Ashton Carter said the bill could draw U.S. troops into foreign court disputes.
“Talk is cheap,” the secretary of State said of McCain's criticism.
If successful, it would be first the first time a veto from President Obama is overridden.
The U.N. Human Rights Council is set to debate the resolution this week.
U.S. officials say Pakistan is not cracking down on terrorists who launch attacks in Afghanistan.
NYC officials used the smartphone system to alert the public to a suspect on the loose.
“I think it’ll probably happen in October,” said Brig. Gen. William F. Mullen III.
Senators said that female troops' access to contraception can be spotty during deployment.
Gen. Dunford called it a "concerning incident."
He remembers thinking, "This isn't freaking Iraq. This is Boston."
The shell was fired at an Iraqi airbase last week by ISIS.
Two Dems want to require congressional approval for a nuclear strike.
Ash Carter said today's attacks would be "smaller but still unprecedentedly terrible attacks."
The Department of Justice has filed charges against four Chinese nationals in a complaint unsealed...
Omar Mateen's attack was "triggered" by a U.S. coalition airstrike, he claimed.
It's the third such operation following Pyongyang's recent nuclear test.
The clock is ticking down to fund the government with just a week left in September.
One senator said there is "more willingness to challenge the nature of the relationship."
The Senate is expected to vote to override the veto this week.
The bill would allow victims of the 9/11 attacks to file lawsuits against the country.
The Obama administration denies accusations of a "ransom" payment.