Thirty-four percent say the U.S. doesn’t spend enough on defense.
His summit on extremism has been overshadowed by accusations of political correctness.
"The notion that the West is at war with Islam is an ugly lie," he said.
Kerry says you "have to take people off the battlefield" to win the fight.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said Obama is "misidentifying the enemy and their motivation."
Rear Adm. John Kirby is expected to be replaced with a civilian.
Bush said intel about WMDs "turned out not to be accurate."
Sen. Angus King said the U.S. has been too focused on military strikes.
Another continuing operation would constrain operations, Jeh Johnson said.
“You will not solve this problem with only air power,” John Kasich said.
Administration is trying to sooth concerns about its ability to combat terrorism.
Holder made the remark while defending the DOJ's leak probes.
While there are weaknesses in the draft, there undoubtedly are also strengths.
Patients at the center were allegedly prescribed pain medications like candy.
Rep. Ryan Zinke, a former Navy SEAL, slammed the White House event.
“It’s not a good idea to shut down the Department of Homeland Security,” he said.
Obama sought to explain why he doesn't describe the U.S. as at war with Islamic radicalism.
The White House has drawn fire for not singling out Islamist radicals.
Josh Earnest, though, denied Israel was being kept out of the loop.
“We know that military force alone cannot solve this problem," he wrote in an op-ed.
"They're speaking out of both sides of their mouth," the former senator said.
Climate change is no longer just an "environmental" issue.
The group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, tops the classified list.
"If Fox didn't talk about this, they would have nothing else to talk about," he said.