Members of Congress say they will soon take a "war vote" on backing the campaign to destroy Islamic State militants that President Obama laid out in his address to the nation. The White House wants Congress to approve almost $500 million to train and arm moderate Syrian rebels to fight ISIS. A number of lawmakers, Republicans as well as Democrats, said they supported Obama's plan. It appears the videotaped beheadings of two Americans by ISIS has persuaded some members of Congress, including Sen. Rand Paul, of the need for more military action. Some lawmakers, however, notably Republicans, say they want more information from the administration about the president's wider strategy against global terrorism.