OPINION | The U.S. has built a sprawling security apparatus but more is needed.
The amendment would force the White House to seek new authority to fight ISIS.
Iraqi forces are moving to retake the country's second largest city from ISIS.
"There's only one way for advisors to advise," Marine Gen. John Kelly said.
The bombs come days after Iraqi forces reclaimed the key city from the terror group.
Iraqi forces, backed by U.S. airpower, are preparing to retake the city of Ramadi.
"I think it's never enough ... and of course, they need more," said German Col. Bernd Prill.
"Boots on the ground, per se, is not at all a new fact," he added.
Iraqi officials aligned with Iran are making moves to consolidate power.
The operations will put pressure on ISIS, Ashton Carter said.
Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.), a former Navy SEAL, said U.S. commanders' hands are tied.
Changes will allow U.S. to share operational planning information with the French military.
Blair wrote Bush a memo eight months before the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
Kerry's visit comes at "a very critical time," he says.
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"There will be both good days and bad days ahead in Ramadi," says Navy Capt. Jeff Davis.
"To say there's no strategy is just flat out wrong," a defense official said.
The orders were given in a flier obtained by the U.S. military.
"Everything we do here, of course, in Iraq ... recognizes that this is a sovereign country."
"We often fight wars with our young," Rep. Ryan Zinke says. "That's the sacrifice."
Current law requires all U.S. military assistance for the Kurds to flow through Baghdad.
Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mt.) helped to co-author the bill, which passed 289-132.
But the bill faces an uphill battle in a divided Senate.
"There is no substitute for a ground component in this war," Graham said.