But Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said there will be debate only this week.
Warren Weinstein's family says U.S. help "was inconsistent and disappointing."
Obama expressed his “deepest apologies” to the families of the two hostages.
A dozen A-10 attack jets have been deployed to the Middle East.
Appropriations Chairman Hal Rogers said his panel made “tough choices.”
An amendment to ease rules on medical marijuana at the VA was rejected.
Former Pentagon spokesman Adm. John Kirby is joining the State Department.
As many as five new people have stepped up to give classified information to the press.
The House Armed Services Committee is seeking major changes to military compensation.
Iran's actions risk provoking a negative reaction from Congress.
Lawmakers are "not close to a consensus" on action against ISIS.
Sen. Ben Cardin said Republicans have "a lot of interest" in putting forward amendments.
“Iran’s purposes are nefarious in the region, and Americans get that."
Rep. Trey Gowdy said people shouldn’t assume the report will be critical of Hillary Clinton.
A bipartisan group of House Armed Services Committee members on Wednesday pleaded for the panel’s...
Clinton lawyer David Kendall said there was “no reason” to delay her appearance.
The White House insists it has been clear on warning Iran.
The Speaker though doesn't believe U.S. ships should intercept an Iranian convoy in the region.
"Factors beyond the committee's control" may push the release well into presidential race.
A bill unveiled Wednesday morning makes no mention of the "Warthog" aircraft
The long-simmering feud between Sens. John McCain and Ted Cruz boiled over this week.
Four senators called the civil war "the world's worst humanitarian crisis in recent times."
A top U.S. general said the strikes against the terror group in Iraq were making an impact.
The tough talk prefaces an upcoming fight over spending.