Rep. Adam Schiff says a new authorization of military force is "a constitutional imperative."
The Senate's top Republican is “strongly opposed” to a reform bill.
Prospects a new authorization of military force against ISIS are dwindling.
Senators from New York and New Jersey want a joint National Guard team on cyber.
Kerry said the military campaign against the group is having a "significant impact."
The aide would not say if a short-term spending bill or omnibus would be pursued.
Lawmakers are wading deeper into the defense issues they left on the backburner.
VIDEO | Hagel said the Pentagon will make a push for fresh thinking.
"I think the good (of going public) outweighs the bad," says Robert O’Neill.
General Martin Dempsey is visiting U.S. troops on the ground as advisers to Iraqi forces.
Defense Department says soldiers will be trained on Ebola, malaria prevention.
Victory ends monthslong siege of town held by ISIS since last month.
“We’re moving,” House Armed Services Chairman Buck McKeon (R-Calif.) told reporters.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus has traveled more than 930,000 miles while in office.
The review will examine how the U.S. handles its citizens being taken hostage overseas.
"The status quo is not an acceptable solution," the senator says.
The Defense secretary asked lawmakers to not "defer the tough choices."
Current and former lawmakers said reversing the budget cuts remains a tall order.
The Daily Mail cites a nurse at a hospital in Syria.
A GOP Congress could doom what Obama hopes will be a legacy achievement.
The organization is mulling “plans to escalate the CIA’s role in arming fighters in Syria.”
"Broadly, I don't see those two uniting, at least yet," said James Clapper.
The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America is backing Rep. Tim Walz.
"We did that before, and it didn't work," said Rep. Adam Smith about U.S. ground troops.