At least 41 people were killed in a pair of blasts.
Sen. Chuck Grassley says the DOJ's responses don't "withstand the most basic scrutiny."
The generals say the process to be granted religious exemptions is onerous.
"The question is how did [a bomb] get on the airplane," said Rep. Michael McCaul.
The agency continued to pay bonuses despite a pay freeze for top officials.
“The killing shall continue and will not stop,” one extremist wrote.
The Navy is stepping up patrols in the disputed South China Sea.
The draft proposal does not call for Assad to leave power.
“That’s like playing a board game,” Bush scolded.
“He can’t. He doesn’t have the authority to do it," the new Speaker said Tuesday.
The Iowa Republican denied accusations that his investigation is political.
Rep. Mike McCaul said targeting planes makes ISIS "the most dangerous terrorist group in the world."
The flights are a clear challenge to China’s territorial claims to the area.
Obama said Capt. Florent Groberg is "an American we can all be grateful for."
Kurdish forces are being aided by U.S. airstrikes.
On Veterans Day, lawmakers unveiled a plan to fix up abandoned properties for homeless veterans.
"The alarm bell is ringing," Rep. Rohrabacher said.
The Growing Warriors Project employs disabled veterans who make flags from hemp.
The disability claims backlog has been slashed by nearly 90 percent, Obama said.
The number of veterans without homes has fallen 36 percent since the beginning of 2010.
Lawmakers huddled with the Obama administration over Syria on Tuesday.
McCain said claims that critics want to privatize the VA are "inaccurate and offensive."
"It looks like it was ISIS," said Rep. Will Hurd, a former CIA official.
A Pentagon task force spent 140 times more than normal on the project.