Pentagon says strikes could target groups other than ISIS if rebels are threatened.
The effort with Turkey could deepen U.S. involvement in Syria.
Lindsey Graham, with his colorful metaphor, has it backward.
The hypothetical deal that critics presumably would support is the stuff of fantasy.
Obama has exercised a "light footprint" far beyond the range of the initial war on terror.
How did ISIS proliferate so rapidly — in a single year — despite U.S.-led airstrikes?
What we are doing is not working.
Amplify the voices of productive young people so that groups like ISIS do not drown them out.
To make genuine sense of world politics, it is first necessary to look behind the news.
As of this World Refugee Day, there are more refugees than at any time since the end of World War...
Events like the cartoon contest in Texas serve as powerful recruiting tools for ISIS.
“This is a real threat to the United States," Brett McGurk said.
Before signing the Iran deal, Obama administration officials often repeated an "I think I can't"...
“It's as serious, if not more serious a threat, than al Qaeda,” Lynch said.
The GOP pounced on the remarks, with RNC chief Reince Priebus calling them "absurd."
“This is a constant battle," Sen. Dianne Feinstein said.
The 23-year old allegedly bought a pressure cooker like the one used in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.) said he was "disappointed" by the Pentagon's effort.
Pelosi said "the outreach has to be stronger" to get more recruits.
From the beginning, all determinative behavior in world affairs has been driven by group conflict.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said on Thursday that President Obama is turning a blind eye to...
The biggest shortcoming of our foreign policy is that it is mostly a military policy.
If the goal is still to "degrade and defeat" ISIS, we need far more decisive action.
The U.S. is deploying up to 450 more advisers and considering new bases in Iraq.