Islamic State in Iraq and Syria
The annual defense bill includes recommendations from Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
Carter's comments come as U.S. troops move closer to the front lines.
The terror group also praises the Brussels attackers.
McCain warned about "gradual escalation" in the fight against ISIS.
The House Armed Services Committee chairman said it provided little new information.
Rep. Jackie Walorski said releasing them is "completely nonsensical."
The Air Force veteran was stopped in Turkey last year.
Gen. Joseph Votel said if confirmed he would review the strategy against ISIS.
The Obama administration has long sought more help from coalition partners in the fight.
The new issue of Dabiq praises the terror attacks and confirms "Jihadi John's" death.
The new force is intended to "integrate and harmonize" anti-terrorism efforts.
The bombs come days after Iraqi forces reclaimed the key city from the terror group.
The bill calls out threats from Russia, Iran and ISIS.
From January to March, the United States carried out 70–80 airstrikes against ISIS in Afghanistan.
"There is progress. But progress is not yet winning."
Just 17 percent think it's likely ISIS will be destroyed soon.
The Woodbridge, Va., man was eager to travel to Syria and “chop their heads.”
Identification cards show he is from Virginia.
Nominee to head U.S. Special Operations Command supports putting commandos on the ground in Libya.
The Obama administration wants to root out terrorists and support the formation of a central...
Ash Carter on Tuesday said supplies are starting to run low.
“The violence suffered by civilians in Iraq remains staggering."
"What the president has to do is stop claiming that we have ISIS contained."
"What is happening is genocide deliberately aimed at destroying lives."