The GOP candidate said the U.S. should have left a base in Iraq instead of withdrawing.
The vice president lauded the victims as "men of honor, men of faith, men of determination."
Ayman Al-Zawahiri proclaimed loyalty to the new head of the Taliban.
The Democratic whip is the only member of leadership to embrace the deal thus far.
The Arizona Republican said that VA has "ample resources" to avoid the glitch.
Asked if ISIS would be a threat if the war never happened, Bush said, "Who knows?"
Officials believe the group used a mustard agent against Kurdish fighters in Iraq.
The Dems told colleagues to look up U.S. intelligence assessments for themselves.
The deal will "give us more freedom of action" to address other aspects of Iran's behavior, he said.
Fidel Castro wants compensation for the embargo.
The push comes as Kerry is headed to Havana.
Graham says he's serious about withholding funds from the IAEA.
The Navy is planning longer periods without an aircraft carrier in the Gulf region.
"Their lives were truly exemplary," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said.
Is it possible to truly "degrade and destroy" ISIS and similar organizations?
The lightning strike occurred as the students were learning about lightning safety.
"I don't want to make a definitive, blanket kind of statement," Bush said.
Umm Sayyaf is believed to be complicit in the kidnapping and death of U.S. aid worker Kayla Mueller...
The Montana Dem said it was the best option to prevent Iran from getting a nuclear weapon.
The report follows the July announcement that the ban on transgender service will be lifted.
The convicted leaker's lawyers call her reported punishment "absurd and a form of harassment.
A group affiliated with ISIS claims to have posted information on service members.
"It's not a conclusion I came to lightly," he says.
The Times' criticism of a Pentagon manual is a case of the paper not doing its homework.