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CNN's Elise Labott interviews Sec. John Kerry from Saudi Arabia, where Kerry is meeting with coalition partners on ISIS.
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Secretary of State John Kerry discusses his visit to the Middle East to help form a coalition that will take on ISIS.
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After the President outlined his plan to cripple ISIS, some members of Congress say they disagree with the strategy.
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The CIA now says there are between 20,000 to 31,500 ISIS fighters operating in Iraq and Syria. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
"We need to have a deep concern about this group and (the) impact it could have on the homeland," says Sen. Kelly Ayotte.
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CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper's" politics panel discusses President Obama's strategy to defeat ISIS.
The White House says it has identified ISIS targets in Syria, but not everyone is on board with the president's plan.
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