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.
Russia’s prime minister warned the country's airspace could be closed to airlines.
Obama is expected to make the case against ISIS one day before the anniversary.
Feinstein predicted that ISIS is headed to Baghdad to move against the U.S. embassy.
The Pentagon said loss of control or failure of Haditha Dam would threaten U.S. personnel.
Somalia's extremist rebels unanimously chose Abu Ubeid Ahmed Omar.
The position puts him at odds with Sen. Rand Paul, a potential 2016 rival.
Rep. Ruppersberger said House and Senate investigators found no proof for the charge.
The administration is suspicious Assad hid some chemical weapons.
Rep. Adam Schiff says the president was right to "hit the brakes."
Ahmad Abousamra, a dual U.S.-Syrian citizen, is on the FBI's "Most Wanted" list.
The Road to Veterans Day plan is designed to “rebuild trust” with veterans.
The senator said the U.S. must lead an effort to "confront and eliminate" the militant group.
Nabil Elaraby told the League’s 22 countries to confront ISIS “militarily and politically."
House Armed Services members will receive a closed-door briefing on ISIS.
There are signs the extremist group has spread beyond Syria and Iraq.
Embassies around the world are likely to bolster security.
The ACLU obtained the memos from the Justice Department through a FOIA lawsuit.
Earlier, Obama had spoken only of making ISIS "a manageable problem."
The White House called Ahmed Godane's death a "major" loss for al Qaeda.
Nations outlined steps to take against ISIS and will meet again at the U.N. General Assembly.
The deal comes as NATO was set to outline new troop movements in the area.
The secretary of State said Obama is "totally committed" to destroying ISIS.