Islamic State militants no longer control any territory in Syria, President Donald Trump proudly announced Friday, though the U.S. was still launching airstrikes and sporadic fighting continued on the ground against the group's holdouts.
President Trump has decided to keep "hundreds" of U.S. troops in northeast Syria to provide "campaign continuity" and stability there.
Her family's urgent request comes days after the teen was found in a refugee camp in northern Syria; she told the Times newspaper that she wanted to return.
U.S.-backed Syrian forces fighting ISIS handed over more than 150 Iraqi members of the group to Iraq, the first batch of several to come.
Islamic State group militants clung to their last square kilometer of land in eastern Syria on Thursday with an unknown number of civilians trapped inside.
The U.S. military said Tuesday it struck a mosque that had allegedly been used as an Islamic State control center
President Trump delivered his first State of the Union address in a divided Washington on Tuesday night. Here are some big takeaways.
A pair of dusty villages in the Syrian desert is all that remains of the vast expanse of territory the Islamic State once called its caliphate.
The Syria pullout will only cause more questions than answers and increase the chaos to a point where Trump will be compelled to step back in.