"This is not a video game war," Bush added. "This has to be reality-based."
Terrorism in West Africa is evolving into a more regional phenomenon.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are "over," so why are US soldiers still there?
"I believe 2016 will be a national security election," John Bolton said.
Syrian opposition groups have voiced skepticism about Obama's commitment.
The senator says he is "a little frustrated" with U.S. propaganda efforts.
The new issue of Dabiq praises the terror attacks and confirms "Jihadi John's" death.
The U.S. military is also reviewing more possible cases.
About 26 percent pick ISIS as the most important topic for Obama's speech Tuesday night.
The Islamic State issued passports and allowed members to travel freely.
A look at several common trends affecting the continent in the new year.
The Belgian capital has been on high alert since the Nov. 13 Paris attacks.
Experts agree the government has failed at countering ISIS’s digital recruitment campaigns.
"A vote in 2002 is not a plan to defeat ISIS.”
Instead of fixating on the warriors, let's listen to the women on the ground.
The Egyptian government has not acknowledged any evidence of terrorism.
"Our country faces a threat that is much bigger," the 2016 hopeful said.
The affiliate will be left with an "emirate in Syria," a war think tank warns.
Australia's prime minister vowed to tighten collaboration with the U.S.
"I assume that Ted Cruz is eligible," McCain says of his colleague.
Other top issues include ISIS and criminal justice.
One man was arrested in Houston and the other in Sacramento.
French officially allegedly tipped off the Germans to possible suicide bombings.
The administration is pushing Turkey to step up its efforts against ISIS.