The strike “violated the laws of war and norms of customary international law," they say.
The Senate majority leader said the U.S. could only provide the training needed.
The Syrian Electronic Army has also launched attacks on news outlets.
A trove of laptops and cellphones are yielding new information about the group.
Rubio is the latest Republican hoping to use an annual defense bill to limit the president's...
The president said Iraq must show a greater commitment to fighting ISIS.
“Did my mother ask you say that?" Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) joked.
“Number one, you’ve got to have more money," the senator said.
The White House has threatened to veto the 2016 defense authorization bill.
Sidney Blumenthal will appear for a deposition on June 16.
Friday's estimate was the first time a military official has offered a casualty count.
Michael Wolfe pleaded guilty last June.
Spending in the Overseas Contingency Operation has ballooned over the last decade.
President Obama is urging the Iraqi government to speed up its recruitment efforts.
The effort comes 10 months after the start of U.S. airstrikes in Iraq.
The exercise comes as Russia has stepped up harassment of U.S. ships in the region.
John McHugh will leave his position by November.
Senators are headed for a defense-spending showdown.
“What you've got to do is destroy the fabric of the organization," the retired general said.
Walker said the administration should “reengage” U.S. military forces now in Iraq.
Paul wants to publicize pages of a report that could point to Saudi Arabia's involvement.
Toomey is offering an amendment to the defense authorization bill.
The jam-packed agenda may also include votes on trade legislation.
Sen. Ben Cardin says he will vote for the amendment.