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From the destruction of civilian villages to potentially obtaining nuclear materials, ISIS news has become a primary point of interest in United States foreign affairs. Recently, terrorist acts and the continued spread of the rebel group domestically and abroad have highlighted the importance of staying up-to-date with the most recent stories. Accessing the most current ISIS news has never been more vital, as threats made to the United States and other nations continue to be a serious concern to the developed world.

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The Islamic State is a Fever

By Diane L. Maye
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security

In 1938, the historian and political scientist Crane Brinton aptly described the timeline of revolutionary activity through his metaphor of a "fever." He described revolution as an abnormality, or societal "fever" that starts with the disaffection from the elite class, or educated population.

Terrorism: The Rise of Homegrown Jihadists in Europe

By Dr. Melissa Schnyder
Associate Professor of International Relations at American Public University

A string of recent terror events including the Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris, the attacks in Copenhagen at a free-speech event and synagogue, and the anti-terror raids in Belgium that brought down a potential plot to kill police officers illustrate the threat of homegrown jihadism in Europe.

Iran Takes Bow: ISIS on the Run in Tikrit

By Brett Daniel Shehadey
Special Correspondent for In Homeland Security

On the agenda for Iraqi security forces is the recapture of Tikrit and the whole Salahuddin Province from ISIS control. Reports are coming in that illustrate an advantage of Baghdad and the 23,000 involved in the offensive. However, the advantage might lie with Tehran and its growing influence.