The statement is the White House's clearest public acknowledgment of the group’s role.
Rep. Mike Turner says the assessment contradicts the administration's own intel.
“Failure to address this problem at its source will only prolong this conflict."
Matthew Olsen said the Paris attacks reflect an "alarming trend."
Obama on Monday suggested he could work with Putin if he was serious about fighting ISIS.
"We will not have a religious test. Only a security test,” he said.
The commander of the U.S. Air Force in the Pacific pushed back Wednesday on reports that a B-52...
The chamber passed legislation cracking down on the group's access to money and support.
The Arizona Republican said he doesn't "want to shut down the government."
The visa waiver program allowed roughly 20 million foreigners into the country last year.
Last week's killings, Kerry said, were "absolutely indiscriminate."
Rep. Mac Thornberry ripped OPM, DHS and OMB for not attending.
Abu-Muhammad al-Shimali facilitates ISIS smuggling and traveling.
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) said Republicans are holding national security nominations "hostage."
“To protect ourselves, it is not enough to keep making fixes after every breach.”
But the bill faces an uphill battle in a divided Senate.
“This is a moment for all of us,” John Kerry said.
He said the bill passed by Congress "needlessly created more vulnerabilities."
The US must be able to differentiate between pro-Western and anti-Western groups.
"I'm leaving this briefing far less comfortable than when I came in the first place."
Ryan called it "the kind of legislation that gives our armed forces the tools they need to be agile...
But legislation authorizing the war against ISIS has failed to gain momentum in Congress.
The Massachusetts Democrat said refugees shouldn't be denied because of their religion.
“Unless we want to see bloodshed in America, we need to get serious immediately."