Stolen Underwear and a Vengeful Spy Led to Baghdadi's Undoing
Syrian Kurdish officials stressed that their spy and their months of work with the CIA were crucial to the U.S. raid that took out the ISIS leader.
Turkey's Brutal Offensive Is Already a Disaster for the Kurds, a U.S. Ally
Beyond the rising death toll, the assault has sparked a mass exodus of civilians, with at least 70,000 people having fled border towns.
The U.S. Extracted the ISIS Beatles Before Turkey Started Bombing
The two notorious ISIS executioners were moved to U.S. custody amid fears of mass ISIS prison breaks during Turkey's invasion of Syria.