All Iraqi forces left Ramadi early Tuesday morning.
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee called Ramadi's fall to the Islamic State in...
Neither would former President George W. Bush, Rubio insisted on Wednesday.
The comments came after meeting with Baghdad officials over the weekend.
The bombing killed three people Friday. No U.S. personnel were hurt in the blast.
The Islamic group has gained ground in Syria, however.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said the city of Tikrit has been liberated.
The move could bring the U.S. closer to cooperation with Iran.
The U.S. military is training and equipping 5,000 Syrian rebels to fight the Islamic State in Iraq...
The announcement on Tuesday marks the second time the coalition has officially declared territory...
"Make no mistake, [ISIS] is losing this fight," said Army Gen. Lloyd Austin.
Kerry said embedding U.S. soldiers with Iraqi troops overnight wouldn't violate ban.
"We still believe the strategy is working," Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Steve Warren said.
Ramadi was a hotly contested battleground for U.S. troops during the war.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said he opposes a push to bypass the Iraqi government.
A top U.S. general said the strikes against the terror group in Iraq were making an impact.
"Bombing missions must be quicker," Prime Minister al-Abadi says.
The strike was conducted by two Canadian CF-18 Hornets against an ISIS garrison.
Canada's vote comes as Congress is stalled on efforts to authorize force.
It is the first time a U.S. soldier has been hurt by direct fire in the anti-ISIS campaign.
Kerry denied that the anti-ISIS strategy is taking a back seat to the nuclear talks.
The Pentagon's announcement on Al Baghdadi represents a victory for the coalition.
The top Democrat on the Armed Services panel says he's "skeptical."
Thornberry said some lawmakers believe the war request is an attempt to share the blame.