Islamic State in Iraq and Syria
The senators demanded Secretary of State John Kerry do more to protect religious minorities.
GOP senators said Obama is releasing Guantánamo Bay detainees without considering the consequences.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee will hold a hearing on how to combat ISIS.
The senator blasted Kerry for denying the link between Iran nuclear talks and war on ISIS.
Kerry said the nuclear negations stand apart from any other issue.
ObamaCare, education and ISIS were also top topics.
The short-attention-span generation has birthed the shiny-object election.
Kerry calls the allegations "extremely serious."
American planes dropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to forces battling ISIS.
Many of the recruits are coming from Europe, underscoring U.S. fears.
One of the bases reportedly is within 100 miles of the Syrian border.
“An enemy adapts and they’ll be harder to target,” he said.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will testify on the Ebola crisis.
Senators demanded that Congress authorize a use of military force before adjourning for the year.
Lawmakers expressed concern Thursday about the government’s ability to dry up funding for the...
The administration wanted to secure action from Congress first, said the Pentagon.
The senator cited the threat from ISIS as a reason the U.S. should reconsider its visa travel...
Vice president contradicts White House on Turkey comments.
“The technical term for that is bulls---,” one budget expert said.
Turkish government has been "part of the problem," says Florida lawmaker.
The besieged town along the Syrian-Turkish border has been under heavy fire for a month.
Comments the White House strategy is succeeding have raised eyebrows.
Panetta added that he thinks Washington is at its worst right now.
"There are going to be good days, bad days, victories and setbacks,” Susan Rice said.