The battle is almost over, but for now ISIS fighters are still clinging to their last tiny piece of territory.
“Nothing has changed here.”
These two Brooklyn roommates decided to join an eccentric Kurdish militia in Syria. Now, they're back.
Finland, which last week had its first terror attack, spawns the most foreign ISIS fighters per capita of Muslims.
Jihadists don’t want money. They don’t want us to release prisoners. So what do they want? I turned to Twitter to find out.
As a coalition of ISIS fighters, Sunni militias, and former Baathists continues to push its way toward Baghdad, the Iraqi army and Shiite militias have fought to slow its progress. In Mosul, however, ISIS and other Sunni forces now exert total control.