"Reacting in a tepid fashion enables bad behavior," says ex-governor.
He knows a US energy boom based on fracking would be detrimental to Russian oil.
“It is a slap in the face for America’s staunchest friend," British lawmakers wrote.
Obama met with Iraq's prime minister on the margins of the G-7 summit.
Lew spoke over shouted comments at The Jerusalem Post conference in New York.
“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.
Obama thanked his “great friend and partner,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The move "will only advance the cause of hatred and intolerance," Rep. Peter Roskam said.
The trip will include London and Milan.
After recent local elections, populist anti-European forces are again on the march.
Russia and Qatar have denied any wrongdoing amid bribery allegations.
Bush is on a five-day swing through Germany, Poland and Estonia.
The Senate majority leader said the U.S. could only provide the training needed.
The president said Iraq must show a greater commitment to fighting ISIS.
The president met with François Hollande at the G-7 summit.
"I don’t know about these sanctions," the Democratic presidential candidate said.
“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.
Candidates say Obama should have been tougher over Chinese cyber attacks.
Rep. Jim McGovern (D-Mass.) called Congress "the poster child for cowardice."
It will be Obama and Abadi’s first meeting since the fall of Ramadi.
The House also voted to ban discussion of immigration visas as part of a trade deal.
A spending bill maintains the current prohibition on transferring Gitmo detainees to the U.S.