The former president said the U.S. "waited too long" to go after ISIS.
McKeon said Obama needs a "broader strategy" perhaps including ground forces.
A spokesman urged patience in the overall U.S.-led campaign against the group.
"He can call us back, and we'll be there tomorrow," the GOP House majority whip said.
"I would have taken some very tough positions with regards to Putin," he said.
The chairman of the House committee overseeing the Department of Veterans Affairs said Tuesday that...
U.S. troops are setting up mobile labs to test for the virus.
Kobani, at the Syria-Turkey border, has been under attack by ISIS for nearly three weeks.
The former defense secretary has been critical in a series of interviews.
Panetta said Obama hoped other countries could "step up to the plate."
"I refuse to call them the Islamic State, because they are neither," she said.
Former Defense secretary says Obama is reticent to engage his opponents.
Militants have advanced on the Syrian town seven miles from the Turkish border.
The Pentagon is deploying 100 members of a special Marine response force.
Every day, 22 veterans lose their lives to suicide.
Carter also criticized a decision to launch drone strikes against four Americans abroad.
Ex-CIA chief blasts the president; White House shrugs off criticism.
Policy decisions by President Obama contributed to the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria...
"It was important for us to stand by our word and go in," said the former DOD chief.
U.S. forces have carried out more than 266 airstrikes in Iraq and 103 in Syria.
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger said troops could be needed to save American lives.
The United Kingdom's airstrike campaign against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria started just...
"I think we're looking at kind of a 30-year war," the former Defense secretary says.
The 19-year-old allegedly left his parents a note saying, “join me in the Islamic State."