Conservative senator says Obama should give the independent "full and fair consideration."
The president said he and Hagel began discussing a potential departure weeks ago.
Advocates say increased fees and payments for families would be burden.
Rob O’Neill said he decided to go public after a meeting with relatives of 9/11 victims.
Delay follows TRICARE providers warning they would stop treating more than 1K children.
ISIS fighters are changing their tactics and hiding more among civilians.
Sen. Levin will review if the equipment is being "used as intended."
McCollum said the Guard had wasted $32 million a year sponsoring driver Dale Earnhardt Jr.
The plan won't include money for Iraq unless Obama approves military action.
Lack of an immunity deal means 300 Iraq advisers can't advise just yet.
The danger of arms falling into the hands of terrorists is a real concern.
The bill includes language prohibiting the use of funds to transfer prisoners from Gitmo.
Talk had shifted from budget to ISIS at Pentagon.
Obama is making the move because of concerns Hagel is not equipped for ISIS fight.
The Pentagon wants to boost military out-of-pocket health fees and housing costs.
The flights have included fighter jets and long-range bombers.
Healthcare providers and families are up in arms over the proposed cuts.
"We expect that they are going to react to the pressure that we put them under," Kirby said.
Critics said the hairstyle rules discriminated against black women in the military.
The bill rejected many controversial Pentagon cost-cutting proposals.
130 U.S. advisers are already in Iraq helping local forces.
The combat ship is home to 500 Marines and a number of attack helicopters.
The Pentagon has been considering allowing some illegal immigrants to serve.
Durbin also wants the proposal expanded to include more illegal immigrants.