The fight against ISIS
Complete coverage of battle against extremist group in Iraq and Syria
Did ISIS instruct Texas gunmen to attack?
Investigators trying to determine if shooters were just inspired by terrorist organization to carry out attacks in U.S., or if they had a stronger link
CIA insider: ISIS shows "sign of weakness" in recent claim
Former deputy director of the CIA doubts ISIS' claim of responsibility in Texas attack
U.S. targets 4 ISIS leaders, offers $20 million in rewards
Obama administration seeking info leading to the whereabouts of senior leaders, including chief of ISIS suicide bombers
Iraq rushes reinforcements to key refinery amid clashes with ISIS
The government has several times said Beiji refinery was under control, but militants have repeatedly counterattacked
ISIS claims responsibility for Texas attack
Law enforcement officials say there was no indication of an imminent shooting, but one of the gunmen had been on the radar screen for years
Iraq officials blame bombs on residents fleeing war
Sectarian tension mounts in Baghdad amid wave of bombings as Sunnis displaced by fight with ISIS head for capital
U.S. law enforcement warned of possible ISIS terror plot
American law enforcement officials have been warned of a possible ISIS terror plot against the U.S. military and law enforcement facilities. Jeff Pegues reports on the developments.
Officials pick up possible ISIS threat to U.S. military, police
U.S. detects overseas chatter from people linked to militant group encouraging lone wolf attacks
After losses to ISIS, Iraq regains ground in Ramadi
The security situation in the capital of Anbar province has sent tens of thousands fleeing their homes
"We have a terror recruiting problem in Minnesota"
Arrest of six men from Minneapolis made possible after friend flipped on them, official says; FBI says ISIS has strong pull among Somalis in U.S.
New ISIS video allegedly shows mass execution of Ethiopian Christians
ISIS released a new video claiming to show the mass execution of Ethiopian Christians in Libya. The terror group is growing in influence in North Africa. Alex Ortiz reports from Cairo.
Dozens killed in suicide bombing in Afghanistan
ISIS claims responsibility for bomb attack at bank in Jalalabad, says Afghan president
ISIS claims responsibility for U.S. consulate attack in Iraq
Following a string of attacks across Iraq on Friday, that included a car bomb explosion outside the U.S. consulate in the city of Erbil, another deadly bombing has rocked Baghdad. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack. Holly Williams reports from Turkey.
Iraq's prime minister on the fight against ISIS
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi talked about his government's fight against ISIS militants during his visit to Washington, D.C. "CBS This Morning" host Charlie Rose joins CBSN with more.
Iraq official says top Saddam aide killed
"Only huge fish that got away" ex-Vice President Izzat al-Douri joined insurgency and has been wanted for years
Iraq says ISIS beaten in area south of key refinery
Militants have waged deadly assault on Beiji refinery this week, breaching the complex for 1st time, but Iraq claims progress
How the CIA tracks terrorist at home and abroad
Philip Mudd, former deputy director of the CIA's counterterrorism center, talks to Jeff Glor about tracking potential terrorists.
Ohio man allegedly plotted attack in U.S. after traveling to Syria
Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud charged with providing support to terrorists; allegedly trained with terror group in Syria
ISIS fights to take Iraqi city and largest oil refinery
ISIS militants are on the offensive in Iraq, and the extremists may be close to taking control of Ramadi, a city west of Baghdad. Iraq's largest oil refinery in Baiji is also coming under attack. Holly Williams reports.
War Against ISIS; US Cuba Relations
Pamela Falk, CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst, joins UTTM to discuss Pres. Obama giving 200 million dollars to Iraq in humanitarian aid and the President removing Cuba from the list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Religious, political tensions hamper fight against ISIS in Iraq
U.S. airstrikes have been successful but the different parties at play are complicating battle efforts
Iraq's al-Abadi appeals to Obama for more help against ISIS
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi makes his first visit to the Oval Office since his election seven months ago
Iraqi city of Nimrud stood for 3,000 years, until ISIS
One of the world's great archaeological treasures shown being reduced to dust by extremists with bombs and power tools in new video
"Badman" Humza Arshad's comedic response to ISIS
British Muslim comic weighs in as British police turn to YouTube for help getting that word out
What virtual reality looked like in 1992
The new technology was crude but exciting, and came with a serious warning about its potential
The rise of ISIS
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