The fight against ISIS
Complete coverage of battle against extremist group in Iraq and Syria
Former National Guard soldier charged with ISIS support
Mohamed Jalloh quit the national guard after hearing Anwar al-Awlaki's lectures, and is charged with plotting a Fort Hood-style attack
What recent spike in terror attacks tells us about ISIS
The holiest month on the Islamic calendar was marked by three suicide bombings in Saudi Arabia and other attacks around the world
Is string of suicide bombings a sign of panic from ISIS?
Ben Hubbard, Middle East correspondent for the New York Times, joins CBSN to discuss the latest suicide bombings in Saudi Arabia and what they may reveal about ISIS.
ISIS eyed in Ramadan carnage across the Muslim world
Saudis ID bomber who struck near 1 of Islam's holiest sites as terror group suspected in spate of attacks from Baghdad to Bangladesh
ISIS uses mass murder to show it's not beaten yet
After major battlefield losses, terror group lashes out with devastating truck bomb in Baghdad, and attacks in at least 2 other countries
Syria's new U.S.-backed force stumbles in first major test
After taking control of an air base outside ISIS-held town near Iraqi border, commander told operation center: "We are trapped. Pray for us"
McCain on ISIS: "What we need to do is go to Raqqa and kill them"
From Kabul, Afghanistan, Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, tells "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson that it's time for American troops to crack down on ISIS' stronghold in Raqqa, Syria.
Baghdad bombings kill dozens celebrating holiday
ISIS said it targeted Shiites in pair of blasts that killed at least 115, including many children, as they broke their daylight fast for Ramadan
Death toll rises in violent restaurant terror attack
Bangladesh attack survivors give new details on what happened inside upscale restaurant during hostage situation
Chechen eyed as potential mastermind of Istanbul attack
ISIS commander Akhmed Chatayev is a convicted arms smuggler who fought against Russia in Chechnya; his whereabouts are unknown
Did local plumber catch wind of Istanbul attack plot?
Local tells CBS News he fixed a tap in apartment used by suspected ISIS bombers, and he smelled something strange inside
Turkish official confirms suicide bombers' nationalities
Istanbul airport attack death toll rises as police raid neighborhoods for suspects linked to ISIS
Arrests as ISIS eyed in Istanbul airport carnage
Turkish police raid more than 12 locations in capital, and we're learning more about the 3 attackers behind the bloodshed
Signs increasingly point to ISIS in Istanbul airport attack
CBS News has learned there had been ISIS "chatter" recently indicating group was intent on targeting transportation hubs in Turkey -- including Istanbul's airport
Istanbul bombers' airport attack tactics detailed
The trio arrived at Ataturk Airport by taxi, and one blew himself up outside so the other two could sneak in amid the chaos, officials say
Why John Kerry says airport bombing is sign ISIS is diminishing
CBS News contributor Juan Zarate discusses the fight against ISIS and the search for clues following the deadly bombing at the airport in Istanbul, Turkey.
Turkish officials point to ISIS for airport attack
Former Homeland Security advisor Fran Townsend joins CBSN to discuss the growing global terror threat after multiple attacks in airports and other public spaces.
Istanbul airport attack: Signs point to ISIS
Experts, Turkish authorities eye militant group; dozens killed and wounded and death toll could climb, officials say
Kerry: ISIS targeting airports because it's "desperate"
Kerry says ISIS and other terror groups "know we have to get it right 24/7/365. They have to get it right for ten minutes or one hour"
Istanbul airport rocked by deadly explosions
Turkey prime minister says 36 killed in attack, dozens more injured; all indications point to ISIS being behind attack
Anti-ISIS forces gaining momentum, says U.S. official
ISIS morale is down--"it's slashing pay, cannot provide services, and is facing internal resistance," says counter-ISIL Special Envoy Brett McGurk
Iraq: Fallujah "fully liberated" after monthlong fight
City west of Baghdad is littered with bombs, booby traps and some resistance, meaning the 85,000 displaced still have to wait
GOP senator: Obama pays "lip service" to ISIS threat
Sen. Richard Burr, R-North Carolina, says the president isn't taking terror threats "seriously" abroad
ISIS shows it won't be dislodged quickly or easily
Even as its territory shrinks across three nations, extremist group demonstrates a stubborn resilience
Fierce clashes, blast kill 60 in a day in Libya
Militia's backed by the newly brokered central government are pushing into the last ISIS stronghold in the Mediterranean nation
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