The U.S. has a major strategic decision to make.
U.S. Central Command has now launched 123 airstrikes in Iraq.
Lawmakers have been away for several significant developments on both fronts.
"I'm not sure that shakes the people that much,” Feinstein said.
The Republican senator said he is "astounded" by recent comments from the president.
The White House congratulated Donald Tusk on his election.
European Union leaders agreed to draw up options within a week.
U.S. launched new round of airstrikes, emergency aid to help a beleaguered city in Iraq.
Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham said ISIS must be confronted with a military plan.
In a New York Times op-ed, Kerry urged unifying forces to defeat a "common enemy.”
Obama's trip to Europe is to warn the Russian leader against interfering with Baltic states.
Officials said the partnership would lower the cost of international business.
"If I want, I take Kiev in two weeks," the Russian president reportedly said.
U.S. personnel were evacuated with a military escort in July.
The United States trained locals to become spies, the AP reported.
“We have to face it as much as the British do,” Rep. Peter King said.
“This is a watershed moment,” the Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman said.
The army on Saturday surrounded Prime Minister Thomas Thabane's home and police stations.
The work on an international accord is drawing renewed attention.
“We should resist the invasion and put the invaders in their place,” Iran’s president said.
The EU leader said the sanctions should discourage Russia from meddling in Ukraine.
Rep. Adam Schiff said Obama had a strategy but "there are pieces that need to be filled in."
“What we need to have is a strategy to finish them off," Ryan said at the Reagan Library.
NSC says rescue launched when president was "confident it could be carried out successfully."