The fight against ISIS
Complete coverage of battle against extremist group in Iraq and Syria
How Saudi Arabia reforms terrorists
The Saudis claim they have reformed thousands of terrorists and turned them into law abiding citizens, using a three month program with an 80 percent success rate. Holly Williams gets a rare look at how it works.
Peter Kassig's parents: "Our hearts are battered"
The parents of the murdered American hostage spoke to reporters on Monday, a day after it was confirmed that their son was executed by ISIS. U.S. officials say that the country will not be swayed by terror. Margaret Brennan reports from Washington.
National security expert on U.S. policy not to pay ransom for hostages
In the wake of ISIS executing Western hostages, the White House is reviewing the government's hostage negotiation policies. CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the policy.
Saudi Arabia builds barrier to protect itself from ISIS
A new 600 mile-long fence protects Saudi Arabia from ISIS. On the other side of the wall is the chaos of Iraq, where ISIS is waging a bloody war. The Saudis are using radar and infrared sensors to protect the frontier, but will it be enough to protect them from the militants? Holly Williams reports.
Slain aid worker's parents say he chose to "believe in the good"
Parents of Peter Kassig, executed by ISIS militants, praised son's commitment to helping others
ISIS fighters from Europe take lead roles in beheading video
Paris official says Frenchman whose "objective is to be a martyr" is among fighters on video showing dead U.S. aid worker, Syrian soldiers
War on ISIS: Rare look at training to stop Saudi-born terrorists
There are hundreds of young Saudi men fighting with ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Holly Williams was given rare access by the authorities in Saudi Arabia who wanted to show what they're doing to counter Islamic extremism.
Elite Saudi troops brace for ISIS returnees
Kingdom with long history of links to Islamic extremists is keen to show it's also at risk of terrorism
Kassig's parents "heartbroken," but proud
Family of American aid worker murdered by ISIS says his love for the Syrian people cost him his life
What does ISIS execution video location reveal?
In ISIS' newly released execution video, Jihadi John reveals the location of the video as Dabiq. CBS News National Security Analyst Juan Zarate explains what is gained by disclosing the location and how this ISIS video is different from others.
ISIS executes another American hostage
The White House confirmed what ISIS has claimed this weekend: American Peter Kassig has been executed. Like previous ISIS execution videos, this one features the same, black masked killer with a British accent, known as “Jihadi John.” Julianna Goldman reports.
Mitt Romney: Obama "wrong" to say no ground troops in ISIS fight
While critical of the president's approach, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee was hesitant to say whether he would send in troops
ISIS video claims U.S. aid worker beheaded
ISIS militants have released another video claiming to have beheaded American Peter Hassig. who was captured last year while providing medical aid in Syria. Charlie D'Agata reports.
What should Obama do about ISIS, immigration?
Ruth Marcus, Gerald Seib, Dana Milbank, and Jeffrey Goldberg discuss the president's possible next steps on domestic and foreign policy.
Benjamin Netanyahu: ISIS "has to be defeated"
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel stands by America in the fight against Islamist extremists in Iraq and Syria.
Mitt Romney: U.S. must be "open" to ground troops against ISIS
2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says the U.S. shouldn't take any tools off the table in the fight against extremists in Iraq and Syria.
Israeli PM Netanyahu: Iran is your enemy
The Israeli leader is stepping up his warnings about the "ruse" of cooperating with Iran on both nuclear technology and ISIS
ISIS video claims U.S. aid worker beheaded
Terrorist group releases grisly video claiming to show dead American aid worker, who had converted to Islam in captivity
Top U.S. general makes surprise visit to Iraq
Army Gen. Martin Dempsey told Congress the U.S. would consider dispatching American forces to fight with Iraqi troops against ISIS
Are al Qaeda and ISIS working together?
In a wide-ranging interview, Bob Schieffer spoke with Director of National Intelligence James Clapper about everything from North Korean to the fight against ISIS. Clapper says he doesn't believe reports that ISIS and al Qaeda terrorists are working together.
Top U.S. intel official on whether ISIS, al Qaeda are teaming up
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper addresses speculation that militant groups have set aside differences to forge alliance in Syria
ISIS wants to make money, literally
After seizing territory in Iraqi and Syria, Islamic militant group says it's ready to take another step toward statehood
U.K. leader on plans to "root out extremism"
PM David Cameron touts proposed laws to ban extremist Islamic preachers, stop ISIS recruits from coming home
The cost of fighting ISIS
Uri Friedman, senior associate at The Atlantic tells Jeff Glor about the cost of fighting ISIS and reports of al Qaeda joining forces with ISIS.
ISIS leader purportedly issues new audio message
The main purpose of this 17-minute audio message appears to be to put to bed any rumors that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was injured in coalition air strikes last Friday. Clarissa Ward reports.
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