Policy & Strategy
Forget Clinton's emails, Chilcot Report has more lasting consequences
The ad comes just one day after Hillary Clinton allies questioned his record.
The goal is frustrating some lawmakers who say the campaign is progressing too slowly.
Henry “Hank” Crumpton believes the ISIS strategy “does not reflect reality on the ground.”
Officials say he was headed to another U.S. military base to report problems in his unit.
"We cannot afford to see Afghanistan spiral back into lawlessness," said Rep. Schiff.
The lawmakers say in letter that any deal must "foreclose any pathway to a bomb."
The training was pushed back after a cease-fire failed to take hold.
Officials say using wartime funds to boost defense spending is far from ideal.
The launch comes on the 12th anniversary of the Iraq War.
The lawmakers say they are satisfied with the GOP budget plan.
Carter said he supported the president's promise to veto a budget with sequestration.
Nominee to head U.S. Special Operations Command supports putting commandos on the ground in Libya.
U.S. and Afghan officials say ISIS is now in three provinces in Afghanistan.
Republicans have anxiously awaited the longtime Clinton family friend's testimony.
The forces are worried leaders will "capitulate to political pressure," according to surveys.
The move could bring the U.S. closer to cooperation with Iran.
The VETS Act would exclude federal discharged loans from gross income for tax purposes.
"Each one of you has left a legacy," he said.
The bill would put one U.S. official in charge of coordinating release efforts.
The bill would block aid to countries that allow detainees to return to the fight.
The Pentagon called it a "significant blow" to al Shabaab, al Qaeda's Somali affiliate.
"It doesn't permit us to carry out the strategy as planned," Defense Secretary Ash Carter said.
"I hope we're going to have a successful markup next week," Corker said.