Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Joe Donnelly (D-Ind.) told President Obama he should send more...
College board to look into evidence and make recommendation on possible disciplinary action.
Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-Fla.) demanded Congress return to address the crisis in Iraq.
Graham said Obama was 'not leveling with the American people" about the threat.
Rep. Bruce Braley said the U.S. should not engage in "another long-term conflict in Iraq.”
Critics say a Pentagon program has become a threat to civil liberties.
Pentagon spokesman left room for further U.S. involvement in Iraq for humanitarian purposes.
The legislation from Rep. Hank Johnson would scale back a Pentagon program.
More than six in 10 voters approve of U.S. airstrikes in Iraq.
U.S. officials reportedly were kept in the dark concerning ammunition transfers to Israel.
“The United States is not the only country on earth with an air force,” said senator.
About 200 U.S. troops are in the Kurdish regional capital, with the rest around Baghdad.
Sen. Levin will review if the equipment is being "used as intended."
The future of American defense efforts in Africa will be through such partnerships, he said.
Secretary-General Rasmussen did not call the action an invasion, though.
Critics said the hairstyle rules discriminated against black women in the military.
The House Foreign Affairs chief said the U.S. has not moved "decisively to arm" the Kurds.
Jack Reed is raising his profile in hopes of becoming Armed Services chairman next year.
"We're very committed to that region,” Rear Adm. John Kirby told reporters.
"The hard truth is that international security abhors a vacuum," wrote the official.
Army Maj. Gen. Harold Greene, who was killed in an insider attack, will be buried Thursday.
The senator said President Obama should seek approval before "prolonged military action."
The Pentagon, though, is denying reports that a rescue operation is underway.
The military has become a key issue in a close race that could decide Senate control.