With its Iraqi and Syrian sanctuaries nearing collapse, the Islamic State is facing new difficulties in dispatching operatives to targets.
The U.S. and its coalition partners are on the verge of defeating ISIS. But the real question is after the defeat of ISIS, what’s next for Iraq?
Earlier this week, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared that the northern Iraqi city of Mosul had been liberated from the Islamic State (IS) after a nine-month operation.
The Army knew Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang had shown support for Islamic State years ago. It even took away his security clearance for a while.
An active duty U.S. soldier was arrested on terrorism charges after authorities say he pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group and said he wanted to "kill a bunch of people."
Iraqi forces on Thursday captured the compound of a landmark mosque in Mosul that was blown up last week by the Islamic State group.
Taking Raqqa will be a significant but difficult feat for the Syrian Democratic Forces. They have their work cut out for them, even with air support. However, retaking Raqqa does not imply that the Islamic State will fold in defeat.
ISIS and similar groups have a specific ideology that separates them from mainstream Islam: Analysis on why the term 'Islamist Terrorist' is a misnomer.
ISIS is encouraging recruits in the U.S. take advantage of gun laws that allow people to buy firearms without having to present identification or submit to background checks.
An airstrike killed eight family members, five of them children, as they fled fighting between U.S.-allied Syrian forces and Islamic State militants on Monday.