The meeting came amid negotiations aimed at reaching a nuclear deal with Tehran.
“The Assad regime must know that it will be held to account," he said.
Obama must rally reluctant partners to contribute to the coalition.
Senators warn Kerry against agreeing to 'troubling' Iran nuclear concessions.
Islamic militants raided the Turkish consulate in June and seized 49 people.
The new round of talks comes ahead of the November 24 deadline with six world powers.
Three House chairmen are wondering if a $460 million facility is the best option available.
"This is not going to happen overnight," Susan Rice said.
The Senate passed a resolution recognizing the threat of the Ebola outbreak.
The CIA has reportedly curtailed its spying operations in Europe for the last two months.
Far too many people around the world are suffering today from deadly violence.
The House Foreign Affairs chairman applauded the move to remain in the U.K.
Officials say the Khorasan group may be targeting U.S., The New York Times reported.
"Afghanistan has an enormous opportunity to grow stronger," he said.
The agreement helps bring closure to Afghanistan's political crisis, a spokesman said.
Hundreds of Kurdish soldiers crossed into Syria's Kobani region to take on ISIS.
"We won’t hesitate to take action against these terrorists in Iraq or in Syria," he declared.
A bipartisan coalition called on Boehner and Pelosi to schedule a vote after the elections.
The U.S. wants a resolution demanding countries "deter" fighters joining ISIS.
The Pentagon said it would start "very soon" on selecting Syrian groups for training.
"We are going to increase a little bit," Gen. Odierno said of the 1,600 troop level.
Obama welcomed the "full and energetic exercise of democracy."
The White House's chief information officer is rejoining the group as it combats the virus.
The struggles have undermined confidence on Capitol Hill among Democrats.