Gen. James Cartwright said strikes in Syria would probably target ISIS's training areas.
Kerry said it’s “not appropriate” to start announcing each country’s plan to fight ISIS.
"But our Air Force understands risk management," the retired officer said.
“They have to be in conjunction with three other campaigns,” one retired officer said.
"Not a single" U.S.-vetted rebel group has entered into a truce with ISIS, an official said.
Senior Democrats want Obama to announce increased military aid for Ukraine.
"I have ordered the Iraqi Air Force to halt shelling of civilian areas," he said.
The deal could influence Congress to vote “no” on authorization to equip rebel groups.
"What we are doing is engaging in a very significant counterterrorism operation,” Kerry said.
Obama said the fight could inspire Arab nations to "snuff out" extremism.
Two Senate committees will hear from Obama administration officials on the growing threat from ISIS.
Resolution would condemn ISIS for beheading two American journalists.
McCaul said it’s a “positive sign” that countries are stepping up to join the coalition.
Hayden said U.S. special operations forces could wind up on the ground in Syria.
The South Carolina senator called the administration's approach "delusional."
"Everybody believes there has to be someone on the ground," he said.
Pelosi is under pressure to press for a vote on military strikes in Syria.
Experts say de Blasio has made fighting terrorism in NYC a lower priority.
He continues to choose missiles over manpower when fighting enemies abroad.
Ugandan authorities appeared to disrupt a terrorist plot by an al Qaeda-linked group.
The retired general warned ISIS is in a better position than al Qaeda.
Boehner tells new Iraqi leader that Congress will stand with him "shoulder-to-shoulder."
Michael Hayden said they have "gratification but with very little commitment."
GOP senators demanded the administration produce a plan to deal with U.S. passport holders who have...