"These events are producing a tremendous rise in nationalism," he said.
Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mt.) helped to co-author the bill, which passed 289-132.
The war of words over Syrian refugees between President Obama and the GOP is escalating.
The actor says that the U.S. and its allies should provide refugees with safety.
The draft proposal does not call for Assad to leave power.
The secretary of State pushed back on claims the administration lacks a comprehensive plan.
"Our task is to stabilize the legitimate government," Vladimir Putin said.
The secretary of State warned Russia not to dig in its support of Syria's Bashar al-Assad.
The letter shows that some Democrats are feeling frustrated by the lack of progress.
The White House pushed back against reports that the program has been halted.
"We are not where we should be at this point," said the former CIA director.
The two countries could soon be operating against ISIS in Syrian airspace.
Rep. Ann Wagner slammed Obama for standing up "against the side of freedom."
Groups say cutting off travel to the U.S. would be contrary to American ideals.
The Massachusetts Democrat said refugees shouldn't be denied because of their religion.
“I'm surprised that my material is better than theirs," Ben Carson said.
The deployed troops will "see what more is possible."
The invitation from Russia sparked ire among critics of the Obama administration's foreign policy.
At Obama's urging, Kickstarter and others are launching campaigns to aid refugees.
The Pentagon denies the program itself has been suspended.
The two sides will hold "deconfliction discussions" in the fight against ISIS.
Sen. Chris Murphy called news of the rebels handing over equipment to al-Nusra Front "disturbing."
The second group of rebels entered "successfully," U.S. Central Command said.
Pentagon officials say signs point to Russia establishing a forward air operating base in Syria.