Islamic State in Iraq and Syria
The former vice president said Obama created a "vacuum" in the country.
The 17-year-old ran a pro-ISIS Twitter account and arranged for someone to travel to Syria.
The terror group may move away from "lone wolf" attacks to kill enemies on a large scale.
Authorities arrested Arafat Nagi, saying he twice traveled to Turkey to join ISIS.
Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) wants to dramatically ramp up the fight against ISIS.
The retired general says Obama should reconsider his plan to withdraw most U.S. troops.
Rep. Martha McSally blasted the Obama administration's approach.
A unit in Europol will aim to take down accounts belonging to extremists within hours.
The men allegedly conspired to behead the woman behind a Texas "Draw Muhammad" event.
Iraqi troops stood firm and held off ISIS assaults on two towns in the province.
“Social media is yet the latest tool exploited by terrorists,” according to the FBI
Asked whether Obama's ISIS strategy has been a success, Earnest said, "overall, yes."
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“I’m just so horrified," says Rep. Gerald Connolly.
“I think our more proximate threat are the so-called lone wolves,” James Clapper said.
"It’s important for them to be a part of that conversation," Obama said.
As of June 18, the total cost of operations since August is $2.91 billion.
The goal is frustrating some lawmakers who say the campaign is progressing too slowly.
President Obama first ordered U.S. troops back to Iraq one year ago this week in the fight against...
The 17-year-old also helped a fellow teenager travel to Syria to join the group.
Friday's estimate was the first time a military official has offered a casualty count.
The 20-year-old allegedly got as far as Turkey before being tricked back to the U.S.
Hackers published personal details of 100 military personnel and urged violence against them.