The fight against ISIS
Complete coverage of battle against extremist group in Iraq and Syria
How do Americans feel about ISIS?
Focus group debates the ISIS threat, who is responsible for allowing the group to form and what the U.S. should do about it
Air Force vet faces judge on ISIS charges
Feds accuse Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh of plotting to travel to Syria to join terror group
New Jersey Air Force veteran charged in plot to support ISIS
Federal officials are accusing former Air Force mechanic Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh of trying to join ISIS in Syria. He raised alarms while trying to enter Turkey in January, and Turkish authorities sent him back to Egypt. He was eventually deported to the U.S. Jeff Pegues reports from Washington.
British police free alleged teen ISIS recruits, arrest 18-year-old
U.K. police under increasing pressure to stem the flow of would-be militants eager to join extremists in Syria
Saddam Hussein's tomb leveled during fight against ISIS
Intense battle between Iraqi security forces and extremists over Tikrit leaves late dictator's elaborate gravesite in ruins
3 U.K. teens arrested, believed on way to Syria
Latest case of European teens allegedly seeking to join ISIS in Syria means problem "on a much larger scale" than thought, official says
ISIS torture methods described by former captives
Spanish journalist and former hostage Javier Espinosa says he had a lot of experience with the depravity of "Jihadi John"
Iraqi group claims ISIS used chemical weapons
Kurds say they have evidence chlorine gas was used against peshmerga fighters, who have been battling the extremists
ISIS loses ground, but still remains a threat
The Pentagon says ISIS has lost a quarter of the territory it once held in Iraq, most of it to Kurdish forces aided by U.S. airstrikes. But as Holly Williams reports, many hurdles remain in the mission to destroy the terror group.
American soldier wounded by ISIS gunfire in Iraq
Incident at Iraqi training base marks the first time a U.S. soldier has been wounded by fire from the extremists
Ex-CIA insider: ISIS-Boko Haram embrace is mutually beneficial
As terror group expands from Middle East to new territory in West Africa, it gets "one of the most important terrorist groups in the world"
Boko Haram's new allegiance to ISIS "major advance" for terror brand
ISIS is expanding from the Middle East to new territory in West Africa. The extremist group accepted a pledge of allegiance from Nigeria-based Boko Haram. CBS News senior security contributor and former CIA deputy director Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact of this pledge.
Battle for Tikrit a major test of Iraq's ability to defeat ISIS
Iraqi forces are closer to recapturing the ISIS stronghold of Tikrit. The city fell to ISIS last year, but Iraqi forces have been working for nearly two weeks to enter it. Holly Williams, who has been traveling with the Iraqi fighters along the front lines, reports from Baghdad.
Iraqi forces push toward center of city held by ISIS
Battle for Tikrit part of biggest Iraqi offensive against the militant group so far and fighters are in a triumphant mood
U.S. general: Caribbean recruits joining extremists in Syria
Jamaica and Trinidad among countries worried about radicalized fighters returning home to conduct terror operations
Religious tensions still a concern as Iraqis close in on Tikrit
The battle to push ISIS out of Tikrit is progressing, but the precarious partnership of Shiite and Sunni fighters on the ground raises questions about Iraq's future
Iraqi forces building momentum in fight for Tikrit
There are signs of progress in the battle to retake the city of Tikrit from ISIS. Iraq's defense minister says victory could be just days away. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports on the fighting from the newly recaptured town of Al Dour.
Turkey: Intelligence operative helped girls join ISIS
British schoolgirls believed to have crossed from Turkey into Syria to join extremists
Iraqis say victory in Tikrit just days away
Commanders tell CBS News ISIS could be clinging to key town with just 200 fighters, and they won't hold on long
Iraq forces booting ISIS from Tikrit street-by-street
Government forces are pushing deeper into the city of Tikrit. ISIS militants who hold the city are fighting Iraqi troops and militias. Witnesses report heavy rocket and mortar fire. Holly Williams is south of Tikrit near Samarra with one pro-government militia. She filed this report by telephone.
Flash Points: Boko Haram pledges allegiance to ISIS
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about Boko Haram's pledge of allegiance to ISIS and what it could mean for the future of both groups.
War Powers Against ISIS
Col. Jeff McCausland (Ret.), CBS News Military Consultant, joins UTTM to discuss President Obama's request for new war powers against ISIS.
Pakistani man arrested in Toronto terror plot
Authorities say self-proclaimed ISIS and al Qaeda supporter planned to attack U.S. consulate, other buildings in city's financial district
Senate hearing turns testy over ISIS and Iran
During a Senate hearing, Florida Senator Marco Rubio questioned President Obama's war powers request to fight ISIS. Rubio suggested that U.S. strategy was being influenced by nuclear talks with Iran.
Change to Jordan uniform over ISIS killing backfires
Street cleaners in Amman used to wear orange, so the government wanted to change the color because it looked like ISIS prisoners' uniforms
The rise of ISIS
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