The Pentagon said Muhsin al-Fadhli was killed in a strike on July 8.
The expanded regs are intended to protect military families from predatory lenders.
Trump's support for veterans has come under question since his attack on Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).
He repeated his vow to veto any legislation that "locks in" sequestration.
“As a grateful nation we just stand up for them and honor them now and forever," Obama said.
Rep. Mac Thornberry is urging the action in response to last week's killings in Tennessee.
Walker said every precaution must be taken to protect service members.
Gen. Mark Milley said doing so under certain circumstances was "appropriate."
The compensation fund is set to expire in October 2016.
Former Marine Nick Baucom says his business is a "hard target" for Islamic terrorists.
The bipartisan bill is a response to the attack in Chattanooga.
Trump said McCain, a former Vietnam prisoner of war, was "not a war hero."
The provision could be included as the House and Senate go to conference on the NDAA.
Rep. Elijah Cummings accused the panel of a "preposterous abuse of authority."
"I do not want to reopen the wounds of the war," McCain said.
Obama told a VFW convention that there's a lot of "shaky information out there."
The Florida Republican said Democrats face a "stark choice" on the Iran deal.
The bill would limit awards and bonuses paid to VA employees.
A new Twitter handle and website were launched to market the deal.
The rules are intended to prevent predatory lending practices.
Group wants soldiers to be able to carry personal firearms on bases.
But Republicans could face a tough battle.
"What happened in Chattanooga can never happen again," Rep. Jerry Moran said.
Sen. James Inhofe said he is concerned about the safety of service members.