President Obama first ordered U.S. troops back to Iraq one year ago this week in the fight against...
The House defeated a resolution requiring President Obama to remove troops.
The U.S. hoped to have more than three times as many trainees by now.
The Benghazi chairman said Tyler Drumheller wrote the memos passed on to Clinton.
The administration just announced the deployment of 450 more troops to Iraq.
Rep. Gowdy said the intel came from another source, whom the panel "might" call.
Vladimir Putin wants to add 40 new intercontinental ballistic missiles to its arsenal.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand suggested that previous bills hadn't gone far enough.
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) suggested that her amendment would help combat ISIS.
The 78-21 vote would codify the policy in law.
The Republican leader sought to pressure Democrats ahead of a procedural vote.
Nasir al-Wahishi controlled al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
The czar would be the point person for talks ahead of the June 30 deadline.
John McCain wants to remove non-military medical research from the Pentagon's budget.
Rep. Adam Smith said it might be time to start arming Kurdish and Sunni forces directly.
The rhetorical back-and-forth comes ahead of a first test on the spending bill.
Wednesday's vote will test the House's will to pass a war authorization.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) expects the Senate to wrap up work on the bill by Thursday.
Rep. Trey Gowdy escorted the California Republican from the closed-door deposition.
The attacks on the Syrian opposition have been "significantly documented," Kerry says.
“I don’t recall anything on the Benghazi attack itself,” Cummings said.
Gowdy said lawmakers should examine the reliability of information passed on to Clinton.
The Republican leader's move sets up a showdown with Democrats over spending.
Republicans have anxiously awaited the longtime Clinton family friend's testimony.