Rep. Mac Thornberry wants a four-star general on the ground in Iraq.
The administration's plan to accept extra Syrian refugees is coming under vocal criticism from...
"ISIS could not have written a better script," said Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-Ill.).
Carter also asked European and other allies to step up their efforts.
Rubio also hit Obama for saying before the Paris attacks that ISIS was "contained."
The exercise was announced the same day ISIS threatened to attack Washington.
A bipartisan group wants a "serious and objective reexamination" of Obama's refugee policies.
Republicans are pushing for a review of refugee vetting in the wake of the attacks in Paris.
The Nevada Democrat said lawmakers are "committed to stopping ISIS."
Planned long before the Paris attacks, the deployment will assist in the fight against ISIS.
Speaker Ryan has asked administration officials to brief lawmakers.
The directive is a safety measure in the wake of Friday's deadly attacks.
Officials said two percent of resettled Syrian refugees are combat-age males.
“That is not, as I am aware of, going to be contemplated," Loretta Lynch said.
Sen. Ron Wyden (Ore.) is a sponsor of the Audit the Pentagon Act of 2015.
François Hollande will discussed "further cooperation" in ISIS fight.
The briefing will be 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
"Saddam Hussein and al Qaeda at that time was not an existential threat to us,” Carson said.
Sixty percent said more should be done against ISIS, according to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll.
Remarks are a shift from two months ago, when he called for admitting a "fair share."
Kerry will meet with French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday morning.
Sen. Jeff Sessions suggested the recent Paris attacks added "new urgency."
Changes will allow U.S. to share operational planning information with the French military.
The French president is requesting meetings with Obama and Putin.