The senator called a cease-fire agreement between Ukraine and Russia "shameful."
Greg Abbott predicted his challenge to immigration actions would go to Supreme Court.
The Obama administration has vowed to seek an emergency stay of a federal judge’s ruling.
Sen. John McCain has supported a similar view.
Republican John Kasich could run for president in 2016.
When asked about 2016, Pence said he would "let the future take care of itself."
The department is facing a possible shutdown on Saturday.
Israeli prime minister's speech and Ferguson also shared the spotlight.
"I think we should act, not just debate," Corker said.
"We still have problems," Rep. John Lewis said.
"I wouldn't agree that it's the more immediate threat," Adam Schiff said of climate change.
"This is a hallmark of this presidency," Mike Rogers added.
DHS funding and the 2016 race for the White House also shared the spotlight.
David Axelrod said Obama sees the "gray" in the world.
Graham also said Obama is "failing miserably" to defend the U.S.
Issa downplayed the former New York City mayor's comments about Obama.
Johnson defended the administration's description of the terrorist organization.
The former New York City mayor sparked controversy by saying Obama does not love America.
“The House has done its job under the Constitution,” he said.
“Nine-hundred people have been fired since I became secretary," Robert McDonald said.
“It’s probably appropriate to have the debate," the senator said.
“The idea here is to get the American people the facts," he said.
“We need a robust strategy to take on ISIL," the Speaker said.
An Obama aide said the president takes the terror threat “very, very seriously.”