Jeff Flake and Tim Kaine are hoping for traction on getting Congress to authorize the war.
Rep. Adam Schiff plans to offer an amendment to the defense spending bill.
Giuliani called ISIS a "complete product of his taking our troops out of there."
Sending 450 military trainers is "a step in the right direction," the Speaker said.
"Republicans have a choice," Sen. Patty Murray said Wednesday.
"We've tried everything else," Sen. Joe Manchin said.
The White House has threatened to veto any bill that adheres to spending caps.
"The United States must act swiftly to provide this assistance..."
Sen. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) is offering CISA as an amendment to an annual defense policy bill.
Senators move forward with plan to skirt budget limits on defense.
Trey Gowdy has been accused of using the Benghazi investigation to raise funds.
Sen. Mitch McConnell accused Democrats of trying to hold a defense bill "hostage."
"I’ve got to have a discussion with my family,” Rep. Joe Heck said of running.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein blocked an amendment to cap funding for dismantling warheads.
She calls the GOP plan “bad budgeting and harmful to military planning.”
As many as 450 more troops will "train, advise, and assist" forces fighting ISIS.
Democrats are criticizing McConnell for his floor comments.
Rep. Seth Moulton didn't receive medication he was prescribed.
The decision comes after an embarrassing defeat of Iraqi forces at Ramadi last month.
The measure was cheered by human rights advocates.
Republicans and Democrats are headed towards another spending showdown.
Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) calls the move "the height of irresponsibility."
The announcement came during the Pentagon's Pride Month Ceremony.
Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said Democrats will block the defense spending bill.