The fall of Ramadi represented the biggest military gain for ISIS this year.
The opposition comes hours before the House takes up the bill on the floor.
The report also says that government credit cards were used at casinos.
Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) and the F-35 are among the winners.
A representative said there is no "specific agreement or treaty" that applies.
"This shouldn't be a long, protracted negotiation," says one leadership aide.
The Senate is voting on amendments to the GOP budget.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has made a 180-degree turn on defense spending.
The training was pushed back after a cease-fire failed to take hold.
Armed Services members say they are getting assurances from their Budget chairman.
The use of the war account helps Republicans push defense spending to $613 billion.
"There is nothing conservative or Republican" about cutting defense spending, they write.
The bill would be on schedule to pass earlier than in previous years.
“America’s Most Wasted” report finds billions in wasteful or duplicative spending.
“He’s already proven his ability to give me his unvarnished military advice," Obama says.
The Iranian ships "encircled and followed" the U.S.-flagged cargo ship last week.
Pro-defense lawmakers think there’s a much better chance of getting the Senate to increase defense...
Senate and House Republicans face an April 15 deadline.
The "meat-grinder" flier is intended to dissuade people in Ar-Raqqa from joining ISIS.
House Republicans adopted a 2016 budget in a 228-199 vote on Thursday.
Officials say using wartime funds to boost defense spending is far from ideal.
Carter said he supported the president's promise to veto a budget with sequestration.
The U.S. military is training and equipping 5,000 Syrian rebels to fight the Islamic State in Iraq...
McCain said he'd "not vote for a budget" containing sequestration.