“We’ve underestimated these guys in the past," Michael Hayden said.
GOP members took to the airwaves to criticize the president's handling of ISIS.
The Intelligence chairman said estimates of 2,000 western passport holders are too low.
The Homeland Security chairman said Foley's killing showed the "true character of ISIS."
"This is an administration of which the kindest word I can use is 'feckless,'" McCain said.
Democrats in tough Senate fights aren’t running away from Obama on Iraq — at least not yet.
The Louisiana governor said the U.S. should “hunt" ISIS down and "kill them."
Freedom Watch filed a complaint to records relating to 2011 Chinook helicopter downing.
Ben Rhodes said the incident could strain diplomatic relations.
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) called on the United States to give Ukraine more military aid.
Defense Department pushes back on comments from Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Webb praised Braley's "fierce advocacy for veterans."
Dempsey said there's no sign that militants are actively "plotting against the homeland."
Ryan said the threat needs to be dealt with "thoroughly and convincingly."
The New Hampshire Republican said a “containment strategy is not going to cut it.”
“They’re not the JV team anymore," the South Carolina Republican said.
A timeline of remarks shows how the administration's rhetoric has changed.
The Pentagon said Friday it registered its strong concern with China.
Hagan is locked in a tight reelection race with North Carolina House Speaker Thom Tillis.
U.S. must reassure Iraq that “we’re in it for the long haul," said GOP Rep. Mac Thornberry.
Sen. Tom Udall (D-N.M.) said the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) should protect...
NATO’s supreme allied commander condemned Russia's actions.
The lawmaker who represents Ferguson has "urgent concerns."
The Defense secretary called the Islamic group a greater threat than al Qaeda.