Several Dem called for Obama to come to Congress for a vote to authorize military force.
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said he hopes President Obama calls on Congress to authorize military force...
“I’m inclined to not rush in to anything,” he told reporters before a meeting with Obama.
Dozens of officials have tried to hide problems, the VA's inspector general said.
Rep. Hastings (D-Fla.) argued prisoners exchanged for Bergdahl unlikely to return to combat.
Reps. Bachmann and Poe say such Americans shouldn't be allowed back into the U.S.
Inhofe said the bill allows Obama to "use all necessary and appropriate force."
The Wisconsin senator called for destroying ISIS "as quickly as possible."
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."
Rep. Jim McGovern said lawmakers shouldn't "shirk our constitutional responsibility."
The Pentagon, meanwhile, says it "did not push any of this equipment."
Sanctions expected to impact Russia's financial, energy and defense sectors.
Rep. Xavier Becerra described the ISIS threat as a "long-term challenge."
The number, 30 percent, is up from the approximately 20 percent who said the same in April.
Key Democrat on Intelligence panel said authorization for strikes in Syria is needed.
"I want to hear what he's proposing," says Rep. Joe Wilson (R-S.C.).
Richard Griffin denied softening the language in the report due to VA pressure.
“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.”