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Next Step for Vets
Worsening violence between Islamic militants and the Iraqi government threaten to erupt into a larger regional conflict.
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No-Strategy Strategy: Will Obama's Comment Embolden ISIS?
Obama took heat for saying there's no strategy yet to combating the militant group ISIS, but there remain a number of options at his disposal.
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Pentagon: Fighting ISIS in Iraq Costs $7.5 Million a Day
The United States' fight against ISIS in Iraq has cost an average of $7.5 million per day since it began in mid-June — for a total of $500 million.
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'We Don't Have a Strategy Yet' to Defeat ISIS, Says Obama
President Obama discusses whether his administration will work with Congress on a plan to defeat ISIS militants in the Mideast.
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Obama: ISIS Represents 'Very Worst Elements' in Mideast
President Obama talks about the efforts to stop ISIS militants from advancing in Iraq.
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Long Story Short: Where Did ISIS Come From?
Long Story Short: The history of the Islamic State traces back to the early days of the Iraq War, when it was founded under another name by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. Columbia University's Austin Long explains the back story behind one of the most well-organized and violent terror groups in the world.
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Obama Says Defeating ISIS 'Won't Be Easy,' 'Won't Be Quick'
President Barack Obama talks about U.S. efforts to stop the ISIS militant group from expanding.
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Obama Warns Defeating ISIS Won't Be Quick
President Barack Obama warned Tuesday that destroying “a cancer” like the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham will not be easy.
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Iraqi Families Evacuated As ISIS Threatens Town
The Iraqi military evacuates families from the town of Amerli Monday as ISIS militants reportedly closed in on the area.
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Tanker at Center of Iraq Dispute to Offload in Texas?
A U.S. court on Monday threw out an order to seize some 1 million barrels of disputed Iraqi Kurdish crude oil from a tanker near Texas.
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Top General Cautions Against a Syria Strike
Gen. Martin Dempsey said that there is no evidence that ISIS is a threat to the U.S. homeland or Europe.
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ISIS Poses 'Significant Threat,' Says White House
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest says the Obama administration is "closely monitoring" the ISIS militant group.
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ISIS Linked to Potential 'Crimes Against Humanity'
United Nations human rights chief Navi Pillay on Monday condemned "appalling, widespread" crimes being committed by ISIS forces in Iraq.
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Who Are the British Citizens Defending ISIS?
NBC News' Keir Simmons tells the chilling words of British citizens supportive of ISIS’ Mission.
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Rogers: ISIS 'One Plane Ticket Away From U.S. Shores'
Rep. Mike Rogers talks about the threat ISIS poses to the U.S. and its interests.
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Engel U.S. Strikes 'Invisible Border' ISIS Doesn't Recognize
NBC News foreign correspondent Richard Engel offers perspective on U.S. strategy in Iraq.
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The ISIS Threat
The Meet the Press roundtable discusses ISIS’ capabilities, as well as the optics of presidential vacations.
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Has James Foley's Killer Been Identified?
British officials say they might have found the English-accented jihadist who murdered U.S. journalist James Foley in a video released last week. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports.
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What Are Obama's Options for Stomping Out ISIS?
The extremist group remains a specter in Iraq and Syria, where it is trying to establish an Islamic State under Shariah law.
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30 Killed in Iraq Bombings a Day After Mosque Attack
Bombings in two Iraqi cities left at least 30 people dead on Saturday, a day after 60 were killed in an attack by Shiite militia at a Sunni mosque.
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Suicide Car Bomb Rams Baghdad's Intelligence HQ, Kills 8
A suicide car bomb rammed into Baghdad’s intelligence headquarters Saturday, killing at least eight people and injuring 11, police said.
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Deep Pockets, Dark Goals: How Will ISIS Keep Funding Terror?
Terrorist group has raised "hundreds of millions of dollars" in its two-year existence, U.S. officials say, but it's spending it just as fast.
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Mosque Massacre: Dozens Killed in Iraq Attack
At least 30 Sunni Muslims were killed after prayers Friday when a Shiite militia opened fire at a mosque in Iraq, security sources said.
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ISIS Issues Own ID Cards in Seized Iraq City: Sources
Any local who shows an Iraqi ID card in Mosul will have it confiscated and replaced, two sources told NBC News.
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Hagel Says ISIS Threat 'Beyond Anything We've Seen'
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the U.S. military involvement in Iraq isn't over because ISIS "clearly poses a long-term threat."
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