They included money in the omnibus budget bill to bomb the s--- out of Isis, but Congress doesn't seem inclined to meet it's basic Constitutional duty to be the body that commits the nation to war.
In 1973 the War Powers Act was passed to constrain ambitious Presidents who commit to things on the fly in the modern age. But Congress wants it both ways nowadays, as they demure from being on the record.
After all , votes for the Iraq war are now being second guessed, and who wants that ?
A Fearful Congress Sits Out the War Against ISIS - The New York Times