The Senate passed a bill that would offer $10 million for information on the kidnapping of two American journalists who were beheaded by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

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Sen. Marco RubioMarco Antonio RubioRubio defends '3 point kick' analogy: 'You think everyone who follows politics knows what a field goal is?' Lawmakers to introduce bipartisan bill targeting China's treatment of Muslims Rubio cites Bible verse amid recount criticisms: ‘You cannot count what is not there’ MORE (R-Fla.) introduced S. 2778, which requires the secretary of State to offer a $10 million reward for information on the kidnapping and murder of James Foley and Steven Sotloff. The bill heads to the House for further action.

The Senate also passed a conditional adjournment resolution, S.Con.Res. 44. If the House passes the measure on Friday, neither chamber will have to hold pro forma sessions while lawmakers are away for more than 50 days.

Congress will be adjourned until after the November elections.

Both sides of the aisle cleared several housekeeping measures, which were passed through unanimous consent agreements. A list of all the bills passed follows:

- H.R.83 – Insular Areas, Energy Action Plans

- H.R.594 – Paul D.Wellstone Muscular Dystrophy Community Assistance, Research, and Education Amendments of 2014

- H.R.3716 – Pyramid Lake

- H.R.4994 – IMPACT Act

- H.R.5062 – Examination and Supervisory Privilege Parity Act

- H.R.5404 – Dept. VA Expiring Authorities

- S.1611 – Federal Data Center Consolidation Act

- S.1691 – Border Patrol Agent Pay Reform

- S.2040 – Blackfoot River Land Exchange

- S.2061 – Preventing Conflicts of Interest with Contractors Act

- S.2583 – E-Label Act

- H.R.2600 – Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act

- H.R.4980 – Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act

- S. 1360 – Improper Payments Agency Cooperation Enhancement Act of 2014

- S.2912 – Don’t Tax our Fallen Public Heroes

- H.R.3043 – Tribal General Welfare Exclusion Act of 2013

- S.2778 – Secretary of State Reward for Information

- S.2793 – Medal of Honor to Henry Johnson