The White House has argued that passing it could scuttle negotiations.
"I will do everything in my power to defend America from these haters of mankind," he said.
Khamenei called the airstrike campaign a "genocide" against Yemeni civilians.
The strike was conducted by two Canadian CF-18 Hornets against an ISIS garrison.
The soldier and his cousin are accused of plotting a terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
U.S. forces fought back and killed the alleged attacker.
"All we're asking," the senator says, is that Obama be as tough "as Bill Clinton was."
The White House is trying to bottle up bipartisan legislation.
The group warned that acting before talks end could have "grave" repercussions.
He said making that demand would be a "fundamental misjudgment."
A top envoy said peshmerga forces haven't received promised support for the anti-ISIS fight.
The forces are worried leaders will "capitulate to political pressure," according to surveys.
The House "may" act this month to renew expiring portions of the law.
House VA Chairman Jeff Miller said the agency still suffered from a "lack of accountability."
Senate Democrats are seeking changes to a bill allowing Congress to review the deal.
In all, 44 people will receive the Purple Heart or the Defense Medal of Freedom.
Sen. Bill Nelson wants modifications to make the bill "acceptable to the White House."
Ashton Carter said AQAP poses a “serious” threat to the U.S.
The progressive group wants to put more veterans in Congress.
"They're messaging us that they're a global power," said Adm. William Gortney.
Reps. Moulton (D-Mass.) and Russell (R-Okla.) want a "political strategy" to stabilize Iraq.
The Asia-Pacific deal is as “important to me as another aircraft carrier,” he said.
A statement released by Saudi Arabia's Cabinet said ministers want a region free of WMDs.
North Korea has declared a no-sail zone for its ships off its east coast.