Iraq's large and well-armed Shiite militias are now running many of the Sunni areas they helped liberate from the Islamic State, fostering local resentments that could fuel a resurgence of support for the extremist group.
Iraq celebrated the anniversary of its victory over the Islamic State, which has most of the territory it once held but still carries out sporadic attacks.
An ISIS suspect who has lived in the U.S. since 2016, faces a hearing in federal court as part of the government's efforts to extradite him back to Iraq.
The BBC covered the plight of the Yazidi community, who are finally returning to their homes in Iraq following the defeat of the Islamic State.
The Islamic State may have as many as 30,000 fighters in Syria and Iraq and appears to have rebounded from some of its worst setbacks, according to two new reports.
The Islamic State is creeping back into parts of central Iraq just seven months after the government declared victory in the war against the group.
With its stance on the situation in North Korea, is the Trump administration essentially proposing a second iteration of the Bush Doctrine?
France unveiled a wide-ranging new program on Friday to counter radicalization, as French jihadis return from the battlefields of Syria and Iraq and the watch list grows of people showing risk signs.
With ISIS defeated, the reconstruction of Iraq begins. No one expects the U.S. to fully fund it, but the U.S. can help Sunni nations with the heavy lifting.
The number of people dying from terrorism has fallen for the second year in a row, with 25,673 people losing their lives in 2016, 13% fewer than the year before and 22% less than the peak in 2014.