Obama will speak to the country from the White House State Floor.
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The senator suggested the victims would back a cautious approach to ISIS.
Rep. Pete King said lawmakers could approve military action "retroactively."
The legislation would require the State Department to authorize the reward.
While all four want to avoid a tough vote, that’s where the commonalities end.
The group is gaining new followers, including al Qaeda's dangerous affiliate in Yemen.
The question of whether to hold a vote is cutting across party lines.
“He does not have the power to send combat troops into harm’s way," he said.
Administration officials will brief senators on Wednesday and House lawmakers a day later.
Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson and Republican Rep. Frank Wolf offered the bills.
The Road to Veterans Day plan is designed to “rebuild trust” with veterans.
“I think most Americans were uncomfortable watching" the images, she said.
McConnell called on President Obama to present Congress a clear plan of attack against ISIS.
The US could find itself militarily ill-equipped and unready for a conflict with China.
A friend called the relationship between Sotloff family and administration “strained.”
There have been terrorist cells in the U.S. for decades.
The move might allow the White House and congressional leaders to avoid a tough vote.
The bill would update the State Department’s Rewards for Justice Program.
Sen. Bill Nelson says, "we're going to get a vote sooner or later."
Levin said Iraqi leaders must "make good on their promise to form an inclusive government."
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said securing the borders was crucial to stopping Islamic terrorists from...
Rep. Schiff (Calif.) warned against allowing a president to do "basically what they choose."
Sens. Menendez and Corker said it is "critically important" for President Poroshenko to speak.