The move might allow the White House and congressional leaders to avoid a tough vote.
Sen. Bill Nelson says, "we're going to get a vote sooner or later."
Levin said Iraqi leaders must "make good on their promise to form an inclusive government."
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said securing the borders was crucial to stopping Islamic terrorists from...
Sens. Menendez and Corker said it is "critically important" for President Poroshenko to speak.
Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) said President Obama is playing politics by delaying his latest...
Nabil Elaraby told the League’s 22 countries to confront ISIS “militarily and politically."
"We cannot do it all by ourselves," he said.
The Republican said he doesn't think Obama needs approval for strikes in Syria.
Feinstein predicted that ISIS is headed to Baghdad to move against the U.S. embassy.
The Pentagon said loss of control or failure of Haditha Dam would threaten U.S. personnel.
The airstrikes were part of a larger military campaign against ISIS extremists.
Iraq has achieved “a major milestone,” Kerry said.
“He does not have the power to send combat troops into harm’s way," he said.
Administration officials will brief senators on Wednesday and House lawmakers a day later.
Rep. Schiff (Calif.) warned against allowing a president to do "basically what they choose."
Candidate Abdullah Abdullah is walking away from an international runoff audit.
Russia’s prime minister warned the country's airspace could be closed to airlines.
Obama is expected to make the case against ISIS one day before the anniversary.
The senator said he hopes that the U.S. response to ISIS will include airstrikes in Syria.
Cruz called for a "directed, concerted, overwhelming campaign to take them out."
There are signs the extremist group has spread beyond Syria and Iraq.
Embassies around the world are likely to bolster security.
Somalia's extremist rebels unanimously chose Abu Ubeid Ahmed Omar.