Why would an American college student run away to Syria and join ISIS? Meet Hoda, a 20-year-old woman from Alabama — and the devastated father she left behind.
Alcohol and online shopping can be a beautiful, terrible combination.
Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh was charged Monday with attempting to provide material support to the terrorist group.
“Even my baby girl goes to bed with her gun.” Arranged marriages, slave maids, and militant babies: Photos posted to the Twitter accounts of women claiming to be members of ISIS provide a glimpse into the world of female jihadis.
A tight-knit online “sisterhood” encourages women to leave their homes and journey to Syria.
It’s time to assemble and place your bets.
Can we live? Can we dream a dream?
The three men, originally from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, planned to travel to Syria. They also planned to bomb Coney Island or legally buy guns to shoot police officers and soldiers.
In between beheading people and setting others on fire, ISIS appears to have found the time to administer vaccinations.
His comments appear to contradict the Holy See’s gesture of welcome to an LGBT Catholic group at the Vatican this week.
The three teenagers boarded a plane from Gatwick airport to Istanbul last week. This post has been updated with the police’s statement on the girls entering Syria.
CNN reported on Wednesday that ISIS is using images of kittens, Nutella, and emojis to recruit Western women.
In the past month, the release of propaganda photos and articles in ISIS’s official magazine indicate the group is stepping up its campaign against men accused of homosexuality and other so-called “sexual deviants.” Warning: Graphic images.
The latest ISIS magazines allegedly contain interviews with French fugitive Hayat Boumeddiene and testimony from a friend of her dead husband claiming that the Paris gunman funded the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
“The thought of your pain is the source of my own, simultaneously the hope of our reunion is the source of my strength.” Mueller’s family confirmed on Tuesday that she had died while in captivity.
Though complaints have been filed with the Arizona medical board against Jack Wolfson, a Phoenix cardiologist who has been vocal about the “dangers” of vaccines, his supporters continue to rally around him on Facebook.
An adorable Adelie penguin decided to steal the spotlight from the crew of the American icebreaker Polar Star.
The White House and the family of Kayla Jean Mueller, the 26-year-old aid worker from Arizona who was being held captive by ISIS, have confirmed her death.