(BAGHDAD) — Iraqi government forces on Friday drove Islamic State militants out from their remaining strongholds inside the oil refinery town of Beiji, two...
Survey of cartridges in the field reveals ISIS militants are using ammo sourced from China, the former Soviet Union — and the U.S.
Democratic ex-president becomes latest Obama ally to turn critic
There will be 200 special forces troops deployed alongside 8 fighter jets
(BAGHDAD) — Officials in Iraq say an Iraqi military attack helicopter has been shot down by Islamic State group militants in the country’s north. An official...
(WASHINGTON) — Nearly 2 out of 3 Americans back U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria to combat the threat from Islamic extremists, yet half also think there’s a...
As U.S. forces return to Iraq to counter the surging al-Qaeda splinter group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria, President Obama’s former Secretary of...
Pessimism about success of Iraqi mission growing, with almost 60% saying the war was not very or not at all successful, up from 31% in 2013
Parliament voted 298-98 in favor of the motion
The former Secretary of Defense discusses how the U.S. misplayed Iraqi troop talks
Intelligence chiefs have admitted they underestimated the threat posed by the Islamist group, Obama says
British Parliament did not vote on whether to allow strikes in Syria as well
Claims come as news to U.S. officials, who say there's no evidence of a threat
Panetta's expressed differences with his former boss, President Obama, in an interview with "60 Minutes"
Al-Abadi says ISIS controls at least a quarter of Iraq and is very close to the capital, Baghdad
(PARIS) — France has agreed to provide air support requested by Iraq to bolster its fight against the Islamic State group fighters who’ve captured swathes of the...
The terror group has its sights set on the world's biggest oil reserves
I know the difference between Death Valley and the Valley of Death. I’ve seen both. Football is not war. Football is a game. But right now, for the moment, it’s...
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs suggests U.S. ground troops might be need in combat
A signal to his generals that ISIS fight won't involve boots on the ground