The fight against ISIS
Complete coverage of battle against extremist group in Iraq and Syria
U.S. disputes Iraqi claims on ISIS-infested Fallujah
Iraqi special forces claimed last week they'd captured the contested city after long fight, but ongoing gun battles indicate otherwise
Is the war with ISIS headed in a new direction?
On Tuesday, the Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee will hold a hearing on the ideology of ISIS
Can U.S. intelligence stop self-radicalized terrorists?
How will the United States intensify its investigation into potential acts of domestic terrorism?
Attorney General on FBI terrorist strategy: "We try to build an image" of suspects
Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the FBI aims to determine how close terrorists are to taking action
Diplomats slam Obama's Syria policy
Dozens of State Department officials have called for the U.S. to change its Syria policy and take action against President Bashar Assad
Iraq troops push into center of ISIS-held Fallujah
Iraqi troops have been battling for nearly four weeks for control of the city
Iraqis claim another big symbolic victory over ISIS
Commander of elite forces says they've retaken most of the key city of Fallujah, with the terror group putting up scant resistance
Russia: 48-hour cease-fire declared in Aleppo
Several similar truces have been declared in the city in recent months; activists report relative calm
CIA chief: ISIS working to send operatives to the West
ISIS relying more on certain type of tactics to compensate for territorial losses in Middle East
2-year-old boy shot dead in mother's arms fleeing ISIS
Aid organization says woman tried 5 times before escaping ISIS-held city with kids in dark of night, but one wouldn't make it
Paris victim's father sues Twitter, Facebook, Google over ISIS
Lawsuit claims social media companies "knowingly permitted" ISIS to recruit members, raise money and spread "extremist propaganda"
Anti-gay violence? ISIS leads the world
In seven predominantly Muslim countries, gay people can still be sentenced to death for their sexuality
ISIS, many of their enemies share a homicidal hatred of gays
Extremists often reserve one of their most brutal punishments for men suspected of the crime of "sodomy"
American ISIS fighter who found group "very hard" back in U.S.
Virginia man who surrendered to Kurdish authorities in March faces terror-related charges
ISIS claims deadly attack on army checkpoint
Officials say at least 27 civilians killed in predominately Shiite area north of Baghdad
Slow progress, worst to come in battle for ISIS stronghold
Iraq forces claim new ground in operation to take back city where support for extremists has festered for years
What the fight against ISIS looks like from above ground
Air strikes against ISIS target not just the militants themselves, but also the infrastructure -- bomb factories, logistic hubs, and even stockpiles of cash
Both sides accused of torture, execution in Fallujah fight
Iraqi forces accused of acting overzealous in effort to weed out ISIS fighters from civilians, while ISIS accused of shooting fleeing civilians
5 dead after rare militant attack on Jordan security compound
Assailant with an automatic assault weapon attacked a local office of Jordan's national intelligence agency, killing four guards and a receptionist
As U.S. helps Iraqis close in, ISIS lashes out
American airstrikes bring elite Iraqi forces almost as close as they can to Fallujah, but terror group won't lose the city without carnage
The fight for Fallujah: On the front lines against ISIS
As U.S.-led airstrikes pound ISIS targets, Iraqi special forces advance on a strategic stronghold
Why is ISIS slaughtering dozens of its own members?
The extremists were driven into a panic in March when a senior commander was taken out with a precision drone strike
A rare look at the fight against ISIS from the Mediterranean Sea
The U.S. aircraft carrier Harry S. Truman has been launching airstrikes against ISIS from the Mediterranean Sea. The Navy said the carrier's move from the Persian Gulf through the Suez Canal shows flexibility in the fight against ISIS.
50,000 civilians complicate battle to retake Fallujah from ISIS
Thousands are fleeing Fallujah any way they can as Iraqi troops encircle the city, fighting ISIS to regain control
Federal jury hands up verdicts in Minnesota ISIS case
Minnesota men accused of plotting to go to Syria to join terror group
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