The Global Engagement Center has more than doubled staff since earlier this year.
The Justice Department released the full transcript of a 911 call made by the shooter.
BRUSSELS — U.S. allies are watching Donald Trump with a wary eye.
Two senators introduced legislation to send captured ISIS fighters to Guantanamo Bay.
The senator panned Obama's policies in the Middle East and Asia.
Obama said the general rule was the troops would not be there to fight.
Kerry has previously rejected the term "war" for the fight against ISIS.
Obama said the summit helps prevent terrorist groups from accessing nuclear materials.
"Somebody hits us within ISIS, you wouldn't fight back with a nuke?"
Trump said the U.S. has to cut off ISIS' main revenue stream.
The video features footage of Trump calling Brussels a "horror show" after the attacks.
Clinton said "you can't keep out the Internet."
Sen. Richard Burr said the U.S. has to attack ISIS on its own turf.
Obama calls for action on gun reform in light of the massacre in Orlando.
Nightclub attack should prompt review of strategy
The lawsuit says the fight against ISIS is being carried out illegally.
But he said he would not be "a happy trigger," calling nuclear weapons "a horror."
The terrorist group reportedly killed four workers and is still holding 30.
Sen. Burr called on the president to do more in the fight against the terrorist group.
"Europe is a big place. I'm not going to take cards off the table," Trump said.
Troops who are serving or have served in the fight since June 2014 are eligible.
The president expressed confidence in the military's campaign against ISIS.
A news outlet obtained ISIS personnel files revealing the existence of a suicide brigade.
The Democratic candidate notes that some progress has been made in Iraq.