“We’ve underestimated these guys in the past," Michael Hayden said.
GOP members took to the airwaves to criticize the president's handling of ISIS.
Ambassador Peter Westmacott would not confirm or deny reports about potential suspects.
The New Hampshire Republican said a “containment strategy is not going to cut it.”
A timeline of remarks shows how the administration's rhetoric has changed.
Biden applauded Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko's "restraint."
The vice president said Iraq's ultimate survival rests on all factions coming together.
The leaders said Moscow violated Ukraine's sovereignty by sending a convoy without approval.
U.S. must reassure Iraq that “we’re in it for the long haul," said GOP Rep. Mac Thornberry.
Adviser Ben Rhodes warned of "additional costs" if Russia did not act.
NATO’s supreme allied commander condemned Russia's actions.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) blasted the Obama administration for releasing illegal immigrants...
Peter Theo Curtis was captured in Syria in 2012.
Ryan said the threat needs to be dealt with "thoroughly and convincingly."
The Intelligence chairman said estimates of 2,000 western passport holders are too low.
“They’re not the JV team anymore," the South Carolina Republican said.
Some lawmakers worry a visa program has created a major security weakness.
President Fuad Masum said he felt “deep pain" because of the U.S. journalist's beheading.
The German Chancellor will meet with President Petro Poroshenko.
"We and Bashar Al-Assad are not on the same page here in any way," a spokeswoman said.
Top administration officials have denounced the group in the strongest possible terms.
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) called on the United States to give Ukraine more military aid.
"Our team in Luhansk reports heavy shelling overnight," the Red Cross said.
It is in our interests to lift our heads up from the immediate to consider the long run.