Islamic State in Iraq and Syria
"This is ISIS," Gov. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) said. "This is evil."
Trump says that Clinton would give Americans "four more years" of Obama.
What have been the actual effects of top-down targeting of ISIS leadership?
They are being refused temporary visas at a higher rate than applicants from similar nations.
American officials had concerns about Ibrahim and Khalid El Bakraoui.
Agreements will not save Israel from Iranian progress on nuclear weapons.
Trump has refused to back down from an assertion that "Islam hates us."
As recent presidents have disregarded the Constitution, a dangerous precedent has been set.
Clinton and the GOP candidates intend to double-down on an approach that isn't working.
Nobody wants to stay in Afghanistan forever, but it is counterproductive to leave now.
It is a global military conflict and we need to pay attention.
Terrorism in West Africa is evolving into a more regional phenomenon.
ISIS called for a new wave of violence in June for Ramadan.
Clinton said Trump's foreign policy ideas should raise "red flags" for voters.
"The only person that is truly respected by all the other countries is her," Hayek said.
Bombastic pronouncements don't do anything other than raise our blood pressure.
The attacks put in sharp focus the failed European policy toward migrants.
Recent Saudi statements seemed contradictory. What really happened?
Whether the State Dept. labels ISIS violence 'genocide' or not, civilians must be protected.
Reports indicate the captive is a "significant" ISIS operative.
The number of ISIS fighters in the country has doubled in the last year.
The Pentagon is spending $11.5 million a day against the group.
"This is not a video game war," Bush added. "This has to be reality-based."
Instead of fixating on the warriors, let's listen to the women on the ground.