“This is a real threat to the United States," Brett McGurk said.
"The president is just waiting out the next year and a half" to finish his term, McCain said.
Rep. Michael McCaul harshly criticized the White House's move Saturday.
The ramped-up assistance comes as the U.S. is deepening its military involvement in Iraq.
The two are part of a coalition pushing the ban in an annual defense policy bill.
The ruling could have a sweeping effect on the government’s use of military tribunals.
Pyongyang made the accusation in a letter to the United Nations.
Rep. Elijah Cummings slammed the investigation as moving at a "glacial" pace.
The future USS Gabrielle Giffords will celebrate the former rep, who was shot in 2011.
The Republican leader's move comes after a partisan stalemate over amendments.
Rep. Schiff's amendment failed on a 196-231 vote.
The Senate Appropriations Committee adopted language calling to ease spending limits.
Here are three topics the GOP is likely to press with Blumenthal.
Pentagon is proposing to move battle tanks, other vehicles and heavy weapons.
Both Democrats and Republicans have disagreements with the president's strategy.
The former president suggested U.S. troops will have to fight ISIS.
"I need to know that I could win" before attempting a White House run, he said.
The U.S. is deploying up to 450 more advisers and considering new bases in Iraq.
Susan Collins wants the annual defense policy bill to demand a plan from Obama.
Rep. Seth Moulton opposes the decision to send 450 more troops to Iraq.
Airstrikes reflect more than half the expense, according to the Pentagon's first cost breakdown.
The House is now halfway through the 12 annual spending bills.
The bill approves State Department funding 11 percent below Obama's request.
Democrats have vowed to block the bill on the Senate floor.