"It was an honest mistake," the Georgia base says.
“We’re not going to take their word for it,” Josh Earnest says.
The Arizona Republican said there was "no reason ever" to make her do so.
The Defense secretary blamed the presence of the boats on "navigation error."
The legislation would lift some hurdles for dual nationals.
The group formed Jan. 10, 2015, from disaffected Taliban fighters.
ISIS “is crowd-sourcing terrorism,” the FBI director says.
“People want a smoking gun; I think her email arrangement is your smoking gun."
The video comes from Iran's semi-official news agency.
Photos show kneeling Americans with their hands on their heads.
"I was shocked," Sen. Cory Gardner says.
U.S. military officials say there are no indications the sailors were harmed.
"You've got to look at conditions on the ground," said Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.).
The U.S. military is also reviewing more possible cases.
The Pentagon task force also spent $43M on a gas station and $150M on private villas.
Geneva Convention rules weren't violated because "we're not at war," official says.
At issue is Saudi Arabia’s execution earlier this month of a prominent Shiite cleric.
The move brings the prison population to below 100.
The lawmakers are worried about John Kerry's statements about visa waivers.
Rep. Mac Thornberry said Obama elicited "groans" for lawmakers with his "hot air" line.
The GOP senator said the administration should first seek answers on what happened.
The sailors were treated well, Kerry said, and given food and blankets.
The vice president says there was nothing "to apologize for."
His comments come as the administration steps up efforts to transfer detainees.