Sunday show wrap-up: ISIS fight dominates
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House chairman: ISIS a threat to US homeland  "Talk about barbarians at the gate," Rep. Michael McCaul said.

‘We need to stand with the Kurds’ in fight against ISIS, Cruz says  “I don’t believe right now we need American boots on the ground," he said.


Dem senator: Leadership delayed ISIS vote  "We've already lost American servicemembers' lives in this operation," Sen. Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineSenate Democrats ditch Hyde amendment for first time in decades Fill the Eastern District of Virginia  Defense & National Security — Military starts giving guidance on COVID-19 vaccine refusals MORE said.

Kerry: US 'on the road' to defeating ISIS  Kerry said the U.S.-led coalition is "more committed than ever."

Jordanian foreign minister: ISIS 'on the run'  "They are not gone yet," Nasser Judeh warned, however.

Former general blasts Obama on national security strategy  Former Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn said the strategy is to narrowly focused on ISIS.


Cruz: 'Jeb Bush is a good man’  The senator said Bush will have to defend his record in the primaries, however, if he runs in 2016.

Cruz bucks criticism from Perry  "People occasionally throw rocks in politics," Cruz said.

Ben Carson: Many in '47 percent' are 'anxious' to experience American dream  The potential 2016 candidate said Romney made "one major mistake."

Kerry won't rule out 2016 bid  Kerry says he's been busy with current job, but "nobody ever says never."


DHS funding plan flawed, Cruz says  Cruz said he fought against strategy to roll back Obama's immigration moves.

DHS director: Funding squabble dangerous  "This is not a situation to make light of," Jeh Johnson said.


Health official: Benefits of measles vaccine is 'almost obvious'  Dr. Anthony Fauci said there are now outbreaks among vulnerable patients.


Cruz: Obama not honoring obligation to Ukraine  The Texas senator called on the U.S. to ship weapons to Ukraine's military.


Kerry: No Iran nuclear talks extension  The secretary of State suggested that such a move would be "impossible."