The Intelligence chairman said Abu Khattala should've been treated as an enemy combatant.
U.S. authorities had been questioning Ahmed Abu Khattala aboard the USS New York.
The government is trying to take back Tikrit, the northern city, hometown of Saddam Hussein.
The U.S. is helping the search for 300 schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram.
The U.S. went after the communications of nearly 90,000 foreign targets last year.
McKeon said the treaty was "bad for the security" of U.S. troops.
The winning team was the only bidder for the military contract.
Jeffrey Sinclair's demotion was a just and lawful result.
"Now is the time for us to defend those who have defended us," the Senate VA chairman said.
The funds will go to vetted pro-Western Syrian groups.
White House warns of expenses despite troop drawdown.
The journey to the U.S. from Central America "is not safe," the government says.
Anger over the Bergdahl trade is intensifying opposition to Obama.
The Defense Department hopes the drones will help protect U.S. troops.
Report calls for complete overhaul of troubled department.
Michael Wolfe, 23, was arrested trying to travel to Syria, prosecutors say.
Kerry is meeting with opposition leaders as the U.S. ups aid to the rebels.
Investigators are still looking into the cause of a fire this week.
The treaty banning anti-personnel landmines was signed by 161 other nations, but not the U.S.
Meeting comes after two senior VA officials resigned this week.
A task force said there is no clear guidance for those employing the strikes.
Facilities like the one in Benghazi lacked adequate or uniform security.
Schiff said strikes would need to be accompanied by Iraqi reforms.
Both parties want to pass the bill, but they disagree over how to pay for it.