Continuing coverage of the ISIS terror threat in Iraq and Syria
Keating IV, 31, had been advising and assisting Kurdish Peshmerga forces north of Mosul on Tuesday when he was killed.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the incident "shows that it's a serious fight that we have to wage" against ISIS.
European officials have repeatedly expressed concern about the threat of foreign fighters returning home to carry out attacks.
John Brennan, the Director of the CIA, reflects on the five-year anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death & America's war on terror.
Two suicide car bombs claimed by Islamic State killed at least 32 people and wounded 75 others in the center of the southern Iraqi city of Samawa.
The U.S. is targeting the terror group's money, killing its financiers and even blowing up millions of dollars in cash.
The Islamist group accused of beheading a Canadian hostage in the Philippines may have plotted to kidnap boxing star Manny Pacquiao.
Barack Obama has approved the deployment of up to 250 more troops including special forces to help fight ISIS in Syria.
President Barack Obama said the U.S. will send an additional 250 military personnel to Syria, expanding the American presence there to fight ISIS.
The lawsuit seeks $90 million in compensatory damages plus up to three times that in punitive damages from Syria for Sotloff's 2014 killing.
License plates which could be perceived as referring to ISIS have been banned in one German city.
The move will boost the total number of U.S. troops in Iraq to 4,087, a senior U.S. military official said.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter arrived in Baghdad Monday to discuss beefing up Iraqi forces working to retake the northern city of Mosul.
Iraqi forces have won back some of the territory, such as the provincial capital of Ramadi, but often after long battles that left cities destroyed.
Many of the civilians, who could not cross the border, were being forced to sleep in the open and dig wells for water in the open.
The president made a rare trip to CIA headquarters to meet with his National Security Council and discuss the campaign against ISIS.
The U.S. military is dropping "cyber bombs" on ISIS for the first time as part of a stepped-up coordinated effort.
Six senior Afghan ISIS commanders and a group of fighters have abandoned the extremist group amid reports it was just too violent, according to the Taliban.
The Pentagon released aerial footage showing coalition airstrikes on an ISIS armored personnel carrier near Shadaddi, Syria.
The outgoing commanding general of AFRICOM said Thursday that the number of ISIS fighters in Libya has roughly doubled in the past 12 to 18 months.
ISIS militants kidnapped 300 cement workers in an area northeast of Damascus, Syrian state television said on Thursday.
The 38-year-old man had a long black scarf wrapped around his face when we entered the apartment in a Turkish
As the fight between Iraqi forces and ISIS intensifies, thousands of residents have fled Hit, a strategically important city in Iraq.
The Afghan Taliban announced a reshuffle of its senior leadership in part to shore up the fractured organization fighting ISIS encroachment.
Pro-government fighters have found a mass grave with some 40 bodies in the ancient city of Palmyra that was seized from ISIS, Syrian state media reported.
An ex-wife of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has spoken out about her marriage to the world's most-wanted man.
At the MSNBC Town Hall, Donald Trump doubled down on his comments that the U.S. should leave the nuclear option "on the table" in its fight against ISIS.
The Taliban offshoot that claimed responsibility has declared support for ISIS.
Drone footage broadcast on Russian TV shows Roman ruins still standing despite willful destruction by ISIS fighters, who have been ousted from the ancient city.
ISIS militants had controlled the famed city since May last year.
The United States has condemned a "cowardly" suicide attack that targeted a crowd at a soccer match near Baghdad, killing at least 26.
In addition to the death of Haji Iman this month, the Pentagon confirmed the killing of another top leader — Omar al-Shishani — in an earlier raid.
Iraqi forces have begun the first phase of an operation to retake the northern city of Mosul from ISIS, military commanders and an official said.
"We might witness in the next 48-hours an overwhelming victory," Gov. Talal Barazi told the Associated Press.
The Marines are headed to Iraq after an ISIS rocket killed a Marine and injured several others Saturday, the U.S.-led coalition said Sunday.
Mohamed Jamal Khweis shares revealing details about the dark path that led him from Virginia to the heart of jihadist-controlled territory in Iraq.
John Kerry said ISIS is "responsible for genocide"—only the second time a member of the executive branch has ever use that term. What's in a word?
American ISIS defector Mohamad Khweis was interviewed on Kurdish TV.
Kerry announced the designation on Thursday.
Mohamad Jamal Khweis is allegedly the first American fighting with ISIS known to have surrendered in the field, according to experts.
Iraq's embattled military chiefs have announced they will try and impose a compulsory draft for the first time since the fall of Saddam Hussein.
We're learning more about a U.S.-born ISIS fighter that has reportedly been detained in northern Iraq.
An man from Virginia, allegedly fighting for ISIS in Iraq, was reportedly caught on camera surrendering to Kurdish forces.
The State Department said it was aware of reports that a U.S. citizen allegedly fighting for ISIS was in the custody of Kurdish forces.
The must-have cellphone for ISIS fighters has no apps, no camera, and ships for less than $30.
Muhammad Dakhlalla and his fiancee, Jaelyn Delshaun Young, were arrested in August as they allegedly tried to travel to Istanbul.
A senior defense official tells NBC News that an ISIS official captured by U.S. Special Operations Forces is a chemical weapons specialist.
The likely death of Omar al-Shishani would be a key gain for coalition forces in taking out one of the biggest names on the U.S.'s terror hit list.
The U.S. MoD has released footage purporting to show a series of coalition airstrikes on ISIS weapons depots near Fallujah, Iraq.
At least 44 people were killed Monday in the eastern Tunisian town of Ben Guerdane, close to the Libyan border.
An operation was conducted in the Spanish port cities of Valencia and Algeciras. The military accessories were meant for ISIS and Al-Nusra.
U.S. commandos have captured a suspected ISIS militant in northern Iraq, defense officials confirmed to NBC News early Wednesday.
Terror suspects spied on a nuclear researcher, filming him at his home, say investigators.
California Congressman Dana Rohrabacher and Secretary of State John Kerry had a slightly tense exchange over why the State Department has not branded the massacres of Christians as genocide.
ISIS relies on commercially available components for most of its bombs, with some parts coming from the United States, an arms research group said.
A Swedish teenager rescued from ISIS said life under the militants was "really hard" and that she was duped into going there by her boyfriend.
The Russians are playing Whack-A-Mole with ISIS — they hit the murderous militants in Iraq and the fanatics pop up in Syria.
Counterterrorism forces have freed a 16-year-old Swedish girl from ISIS captivity in Iraq, Kurdish officials said Tuesday.
The bloody spasm of violence came as the United States announced that it and Russia had reached a "provisional agreement" on a cease-fire in Syria.
Two Serbian embassy staff members kidnapped in Libya were among nearly 50 people killed in U.S. air strikes on a suspected ISIS training camp.
The Iraqi Safe House for Creativity gives 33 orphans and homeless boys the chance to learn music, painting, acting and other skills.
Fighting erupted in the ISIS-stronghold of Fallujah on Friday after the extremist militants attacked a local woman for not covering her hands.
U.S. fighter jets launched airstrikes against an ISIS compound in Libya overnight as they targeted a terrorist linked to a tourist massacre.
Western airstrikes on ISIS are leading militants to hide by taking over civilian homes and shaving their beards, according to refugees who have escaped 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.