Trump offered his clearest comments yet about his skepticism of the international order.
Continual deployments have alarmed dovish lawmakers.
ISIS has been destroying historical sites to attempt cultural cleansing.
The worker and his friend appear to have been targeted for their LGBT advocacy.
The Pentagon is pushing for a new round of closures.
Both candidates sought to highlight their ties to Obama and support for his approach.
"These are decisions that we think makes sense to accelerate this campaign and to further enable...
Xulhaz Mannan was also the editor of Bangladesh's first LGBT magazine.
About 20 supporting airmen were sent to Romania along with the aircraft.
Rep. Barbara Lee is warning of mission creep.
The Pentagon is trying to imitate prominent commanders online to mislead militants.
Wednesday's the big day for the House Armed Services Committee.
At issue is for how long the bill would authorize war funding.
About 200 foreign fighters are joining per month, down from 1,500 to 2,000, he said.
Rep. Adam Smith said he is "dissatisfied" with the legislation.
But Josh Earnest indicated no such plans are in the works.
Ryan has expressed support for calls to release the 9/11 panel's pages.
"We’ve given the terror-sponsoring Iranian regime enough concessions," Sen. Tom Cotton said.
The House Armed Services Committee will mark up the bill later this week.
The additional deployment "is long overdue and ultimately insufficient,” McCain said.
Obama said the general rule was the troops would not be there to fight.
US intelligence officials "continue to see evidence" of ISIS in Europe.
"That is certainly a realistic goal," James Clapper said of the 28 pages.
Russian aggression will be high on lawmakers' minds when they mark up a defense bill.