Turkey had been reluctant to join the fight against ISIS.
Eleven individuals and one group are accused of facilitating "foreign terrorist fighters."
A senior official called the beheading an "affront to all of humanity."
A group of Democrats said the U.S. should hold Guatemala accountable for labor law violations.
French President Francois Hollande confirmed the killing of Herve Gourdel.
“The significant thing is they’re flying and they’re dropping bombs,” Levin said.
"We have our own racial and ethnic tensions," Obama said.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) has introduced an 18-month authorization of military force against ISIS.
The U.S. has a crucial role in organizing the response to challenges, Obama will tell U.N.
Obama said the coalition could send a message that "the world is united."
Sen. Bill Nelson said Arab nations should "absolutely" pitch in financially.
Deputy national security adviser Tony Blinken cited the doctrine of "collective self-defense."
Obama chaired the committee that voted 15-0 in support of the measure.
The president expressed confidence in Haider al-Abadi to lead Iraq's fight against ISIS.
The senator called for expanding U.S. oil exports to choke off ISIS energy sales.
The party had hoped to avoid disunity on the issue ahead of November.
The leaker was honored for his “courage and skill" in exposing the NSA's operations.
Sens. McCain and Graham urged Obama not to repeat mistakes made in Iraq.
The talks' deadline is approaching at the end of November.
Secretary of State warns strikes won't lead to immediate massive retreat by ISIS.
Qatar has a history of introducing counter-terror laws but not enforcing them.
The administration said it is "deeply concerned" by the sentence handed down Tuesday.
Officials described Monday night's strikes as successful.
The U.S. hit both ISIS and al Qaeda-affiliated militants in Syria on Monday night.