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"The government was attacked by an organized crime group," the minister said.
The Army said Bergdahl continues his reintegration process at Fort Sam Houston.
The secretary of State will urge political leaders to unite against extremist fighters.
The former vice president said the senator's policies "won't work in the aftermath of 9/11."
“This is a major threat to the security of American people on American soil,” he said.
“What’s going on now ... I don’t blame President Obama," he said.
The senator said ISIS has the potential to be more dangerous than al Qaeda.
Feinstein said least 100 U.S. citizens have gone overseas to fight with terrorists.
"I think we have to understand first how we got here,” he said on CNN.
The secretary of State will meet with Egypt's president and the Arab League's chief.
The crisis has highlighted the tangled knot of Middle East politics for the White House.
The White House on Monday hailed the last shipment as an "important milestone."
The U.S. ultimately cannot afford to keep a presence there in perpetuity, Obama said.
Obama said only Iraqi political leadership could unite a country threatened by civil war.
Rogers said Arab League partners are "frustrated and nervous."
Cheney said he also wants the U.S. to arm and train the Syrian resistance.
“I agree with the president. We're not going to go back into that war again, ever,” she said.
"It would be a monumental mistake,” the Israeli prime minister said of nuclear deal.
“To me, this is not just about Iraq," the incoming House majority leader said.
“I think it’s a real wake-up call for the United States,” the senator said.
Obama said the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria poses a "medium and long-term threat" to U.S.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei reportedly said the Iraqi government can handle the crisis.
The Islamic extremist group tried to recruit Westerners in a released video.