“I always appreciate special attention from this group.”
“I mentioned several weeks ago if ISIS wants to come into the United States they’ll contact the drug cartels.”
The attack was the first in a more intensive campaign against the terrorist group, a defense official told the Associated Press and other media outlets.
The bill will also end the 2001 and 2002 AUMF laws. “If Congress just sits on its hands, it will rue the day that it did because it will set a precedent.”
French President François Hollande says there is “no time to lose” in battle against militant group as the U.S. says Arab nations will join them in conducting airstrikes.
“It is true that we know that ISIS is present in Ciudad Juarez or they were within the last few weeks.” It appears he’s citing a report that federal authorities have dismissed.
Henning reportedly was an aid worker held captive in Syria.
This video shows footage of British Prime Minister David Cameron speaking about Iraq, followed by a message to all allies of America. The man executed is believed to be David Cawthorne Haines, who was previously shown at the end of the ISIS video depicting the beheading of Steven Sotloff.
“Undocumented Democrats are more important to [President Obama] than national security,” Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King says.
The terrorist organization’s forces have doubled, and possibly tripled, in size after recent victories, according to the CIA.
Conversations between young women who claim to be ISIS members living in Syria provide a disturbing insight into the everyday lives of female militants.
“They hug me, and I hug them back.” BuzzFeed News’ Mike Giglio reports from the Syrian border.
After vowing to repeal post-9/11 war authority, Obama has now vastly expanded it by invoking it in the war against ISIS.
No combat troops, but an additional 475 U.S. military personnel will head to Iraq to assist Kurdish and Iraqi forces.
The president laid out his strategy Wednesday to combat the terrorist group.
John Yoo: “Obama has adopted the same view of war powers as the Bush administration.”
The secretary of state travelled to Baghdad to congratulate the country’s new government. Meanwhile, President Obama looks set to expand the fight against ISIS by launching airstrikes in Syria.
Barak Barfi, a spokesman for the family of Steven Sotloff, told Anderson Cooper on Monday that the slain journalist was sold by rebels at the Syrian border to ISIS.
Everyone seems to be having a good time.
The attack was planned for France’s major national holiday and targeted the French president.
Ahmad Abousamra, a dual citizen of the U.S. and Syria, has been one of the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists since last year. He may be helping ISIS with his computer skills, an official told ABC News.
The #BurnISISFlagChallenge may have started as a riff on the Ice Bucket Challenge, but across the Middle East it has now grown into a larger statement against the rapid rise of ISIS.
Prime Minister David Cameron made the claim after he and President Barack Obama wrote a joint op-ed saying they “will not be cowed” in the fight against ISIS.
“I do think that there can be a role for America.” The U.S. could provide air and technical support, if Congress approves.
Still no response from al-Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahiri regarding ISIS’ recent actions.