"You can't ban an entire race or religion from coming into the country."
The Pentagon wants the ability to retain troops if they are passed over for promotion.
The Senate could hold a rare Friday session.
"We're watching carefully the humanitarian situation inside Fallujah," said Army Col. Chris Garver.
An Israeli police spokesman said two attackers had been captured.
Groups slammed the Pentagon for celebrating Pride Month while not letting transgender troops serve...
The provision in the NDAA would end after 2022.
Next week's parade will be held at the Iwo Jima memorial.
The Texas Republican doesn't support having women register for the selective service.
The administration said it has numerous objections to the measure.
More than one-third are not sharing information about suspected terrorists or criminals.
The Senate formally started debate Monday.
Reid said he and others were "misled."
The agenda will be formally unveiled at the Council on Foreign Relations on Thursday.
The Senate will vote on increasing defense spending this week.
Ron Wyden is linking his amendment to a defense policy bill.
The department’s initial probe appeared to contain a few glaring omissions.
The case would represent a first for the "extraordinary rendition" program.
The top U.S. intelligence officer stepped into the heated politics of the "bathroom wars."
The Senate will take up two proposals this week.
Sen. Tim Kaine and Jeff Flake want to tie their proposal to an annual defense bill.
Iran's Foreign Ministry mocked the requests, which were made in February.
With most U.S. forces away from the fight, commanders are relying heavily on drones.
The senators want to throw Congress's support behind passing an ISIS-specific war bill.