Continuing coverage of the ISIS terror threat in Iraq and Syria
But officials and experts say U.S. has no plans to take military steps to stop it.
Nisreen Assad Ibrahim Bahar, 25, also known as Umm Sayyaf, was married to Abu Sayyaf, an ISIS leader who was killed in a firefight with U.S. forces.
Two radicalized Muslims from London have been unmasked as members of "Beatles" — the ISIS cell once led by "Jihadi John."
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Monday Canada would pull out six jets that have been bombing targets in Iraq and Syria.
Security services arrested 7 suspected ISIS militants who were planning terror attacks on St. Petersburg and Moscow, officials said Monday.
Federal authorities arrested a man who they say wanted to carry out an attack on a 6,000-member Detroit church. WDIV's Shawn Ley reports.
Khalil Abu-Rayyan, 21, allegedly had guns and a large knife and told an undercover FBI agent that he "tried to shoot up a church one day," feds said.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter later welcomed the Saudi Arabia's pledge statement.
German police raided homes, offices and refugee shelters in the hunt for four suspected Algerian jihadists — including one linked to ISIS.
The top Democrat on the House intelligence committee called Tuesday for the U.S. to step up its efforts against ISIS leaders in Libya.
The war on ISIS is "making a difference" in Iraq and Syria but the group is resurgent in Libya and could seize that nation's oil, John Kerry said.
A North Carolina man charged with trying to aid ISIS last June and wanting to carry out attacks in the U.S. has now been charged with murder.
A suicide bomb detonated near to Yemen's presidential palace in Aden killed eight people on Thursday. ISIS militants have claimed responsibility for t
A court in Melbourne, Australia, heard how Sevdit Besim, plotted to attack public commemorations in 2015. Emily Angwin of Australia's 7 News repo
An Australian teen discussed packing a kangaroo with explosives, painting it with an ISIS logo and setting it on cops, prosecutors say.
The price of oil has fallen to its lowest level since May 2003.
Fighters for ISIS had their salaries cut by half late last year, according to leaked internal documents.
Satellite photos appear to show the destruction of St. Elijah's Monastery, which stood as a place of worship near Mosul, Iraq, for 1,400 years.
Satellite photos obtained by AP show that Iraq's oldest Christian monastery has been reduced to rubble, another victim of ISIS's destruction of heritage sites.
U.S.-backed Kurdish forces have been leading the charge in driving ISIS out of areas seized by the militants.
The issue also includes a profile of "Jihadi John."
At least 18,802 civilians have been killed in Iraq in ISIS-linked violence in under two years, a United Nations report said Tuesday.
The U.S. has stopped some of the flow from Turkey, but there's been an uptick in foreign fighters heading to Libya.
Two 2,000 pound bombs struck the ISIS financial distribution center in Mosul Jan. 11, and officials said cash is seen raining down after the blast.
An audacious attack on Westerners in Jakarta was funded by ISIS, police said Friday as they arrested three men on suspicion of links to the plot.
The French air force intensified airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq, bombing targets in the city of Mosul.
The four-hour siege in Indonesia's capital on Thursday killed seven people, including five attackers, and injured 24 others.
Three men were arrested at dawn Friday at their homes on the outskirts of Jakarta, a police official said.
Terrorists launched a sustained gun and bomb assault in Indonesia's capital that left at least seven dead and others wounded, including civilians.
Indonesia police spokesman says three police officers and three civilians were killed in a series of attacks in Jakarta.
Omar Al Hardan was learning to make electronic transmitters that could be used to detonate explosive devices, a federal agent testified Wednesday.
The arrests follow a suicide attack in Istanbul's tourist center that killed 10 vacationers.
Three Russians were detained Wednesday on suspicion of assisting an alleged ISIS-linked suicide bomber kill 10 foreign tourists in Istanbul.
At least 10 people were killed in the blast in Istanbul's Sultanahmet district.
Tens of millions of dollars in ISIS cash went up in smoke when one of its banks was hit by an American airstrike, U.S. officials said.
A video obtained by Sky News seems to show the terror group repairing surface-to-air missiles and building a remote-controlled car bomb.
Cellphone video from a passerby captured the moment police believed a man shot dead outside a police station may have been carrying a bomb.
The incident came as France marked the first anniversary of the deadly Charlie Hebdo terror attacks.
U.S. officials say that the masked murderer in a new ISIS video may be Siddhartha Dhar, who fled the U.K. while out on bail as a terror suspect.
ISIS has lost 40 percent of the territory it once held in Iraq and 20 percent in Syria, the U.S.-led coalition fighting the group said Tuesday.
A mass grave containing the bodies of around 40 civilians has been found in the Iraqi city of Ramadi.
A new ISIS propaganda video has raised a troubling question in Britain: Does "Jihadi John" have a successor?
German officials received a "very concrete" tip that ISIS militants from Iraq and Syria were planning a New Year's Eve attack in Munich.
Police and special forces were deployed to two of Munich's train stations just before midnight after an alert was received from a foreign securit
"Due to existing information which we take highly seriously, there is an attack planned tonight," police said.
Special forces foiled a suicide plot to bomb New Year's Eve celebrations in Turkey, officials said Wednesday, detaining two suspected ISIS militants.
Americans' response to terrorism on home soil is predictable — a cycle foreign policy experts say has borne out time and again.
A senior ISIS leader in Syria linked to Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the top suspect behind the Paris massacre, has been killed, U.S. military commanders said Tuesday.
Iraq's prime minister announced a visit to Ramadi Tuesday, a day after his forces took back the city from ISIS.
Government forces reportedly raised the country's flag over the complex after liberating it from ISIS militants.
Iraqi authorities expect to announce Monday that they have retaken the key city of Ramadi, a senior Iraqi security official told NBC News.
ISIS released a new audio message Saturday purportedly from its leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, mocking the U.S. for not putting boots on the ground.
A human rights watchdog accused Russia of using internationally banned cluster munitions on civilian areas in Syria in strikes that killed hundreds.
ISIS seized Ramadi in May in a humiliating defeat for Iraqi forces.
New video recorded by an anti-ISIS tribal fighter in Ramadi offers a glimpse into a critical moment in Iraq's battle against ISIS.
At the Democratic debate Saturday night, Hillary Clinton accused Republican front-runner Donald Trump of "becoming ISIS' best recruiter."
Nine Iraqi soldiers were killed when U.S.-led coalition warplanes mistakenly struck troops near the city of Fallujah, Iraq's defense minister said.
The Iraqi Ministry of Defense has released footage of airstrikes purportedly hitting ISIS positions in Ramadi, Iraq.
ISIS is the richest terror group in history with an annual income of $1.2 billion.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan delivers a speech in Konya province, Turkey.
In a rare meeting, finance ministers urged U.N. members to do more to squeeze ISIS's financial support network.
Sen. John McCain speaks on the Senate floor Thursday about the U.S. strategy in the Mideast to counter terrorism.
Hundreds of ISIS militants launched a 17-hour assault on Kurdish forces in Iraq as Defense Secretary Ash Carter continued his visit to the area.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter arrived in Baghdad Wednesday to meet troops and to talk with U.S. military commanders.
Hillary Clinton addressed concerns about the domestic spread of terrorism at the University of Minnesota.
The coalition includes nations with large armies such as Pakistan, Turkey and Egypt as well as war-torn countries such as Libya and Yemen.
While speaking at the Pentagon, President Obama says that more people in the Mideast are seeing ISIS as nothing more than "thugs" and "
While speaking at the Pentagon, President Obama talks about coalition strikes on ISIS.
The University of Iowa has gotten complaints about the name of their web portal, the "Iowa Student Information System" (ISIS), and they're not alone.
"There is massive destruction in the town and the number killed is between 50 and 60, all of them civilians."
Treasury Department official Adam Szubin said ISIS militants were selling as much as $40 million a month of oil.
Nader Saadeh, 20, said his brother and others shared diagrams of how to build bombs as part of their meetings earlier this year.
Two other senior leaders were killed in airstrikes in recent weeks, a U.S. military spokesman said on Thursday.
In the wake of the Paris terror attacks, some politicians and intelligence officials began rallying for 'back doors' into encrypted messaging apps.
Abdirizak Mohamed Warsame, 20, allegedly tried to help other young men from Minnesota's Somali community travel to Syria to fight for ISIS.
Hundreds of Syrian rebels and some of their families began evacuating the last opposition stronghold in the city of Homs on Wednesday.
Russia's Ministry of Defense released video of what it says is a submarine in the Mediterranean Sea making first combat launch of Kalibr cruise m
The U.S. Consulate in Turkey's largest city announced it would not be handing out visas or providing any other services on Wednesday.
The Republican presidential candidate's calls to ban Muslims helps to attract recruits to terror networks, experts say.
ISIS and its sympathizers have killed more than 500 people in attacks around the world in the past two months.
Syrian President Bashar Assad's government accused the U.S.-led coalition of bombing an army camp and killing three soldiers.
Full remarks by President Barack Obama on Sunday night from the Oval Office of the White House.
Nearly a month after the terrorist attacks in Paris that killed 130, U2 offered a defiant message Sunday night during a 27-song concert there.
More than 15 explosions hit ISIS positions in the countryside of Raqqa province and near its capital, killing at least 32 and injuring 40.
A local official and residents said at least six members of General Jaafar Mohammed Saad's entourage also died in the attack.
A news team joined Kurdish fighters at they battled ISIS forces, witnessing the brutal war for Syria in close-up. John Irvine of ITV News reports.
Germany is to join U.S.-led military operations against ISIS in Syria - but its forces will not participate directly in airstrikes.
The Russian Ministry of Defense has released footage of airstrikes hitting purported ISIS oil depots near Khafsa Kabir and Al-Sawra in Syria.
British fighter planes bombed oil fields in Syria minutes after lawmakers in London voted to join the U.S.-led aerial campaign against ISIS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin used his state of the nation address to warn Turkey to expect more sanctions for downing of one of its fighter jets.
Royal Air Force jets flew from British air base in Cyprus less than an hour after UK parliament voted to extend air campaign against ISIS to Syrian targets.
Parliament approved Prime Minister David Cameron's call for airstrikes with a 397-223 vote. Cameron argued that bombing ISIS in Syria will keep Britain safe.
The UK parliament voted Wednesday evening to authorize strikes in Syria.
The U.S. special operation forces headed to Iraq won't be sitting on the sidelines in the fight against ISIS — they'll be in combat.
The grisly killing comes on the heels of a Russian bombing campaign in Syria mean to root out ISIS.
Col. Steve Warren responds to Russia's claim that the Turkish government may be involved in the trading of ISIS oil.
Members of Britain's House of Commons were voting Wednesday on whether to join the U.S. and France in airstrikes against ISIS.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his family are involved in the illegal trade of ISIS oil, Russia's defense ministry has alleged.
Oil smuggling, much of it to Turkey, is a key source of income for ISIS.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Joseph Dunford testify on Capitol Hill, Tuesday, during a hearing on fighti