British volunteer fought against ISIS in Northern Syria is planning his return
Department of Homeland Security said that two families presented themselves in Laredo, Texas
Pair of attacks - one in Tel Aviv and another in the West Bank - leave five people dead as wave of violence continues
Abdelhamid Abbaoud, the terrorist suspected of leading last week's attacks in Paris, was killed in a raid by French police
ISIS is looking into developing and deploying chemical weapons.
Long before a woman detonated a suicide bomb during a post-Paris attack raid, female suicide bombers have been claiming thousands of lives
Unidentified militants from Dijla branch of ISIS warn that attacks on France will expand to Washington, D.C.
Four of the five Syrians detained with stolen Greek passports are students, authorities say
"They now have complete freedom to select locations for their labs and production sites," one Iraqi official tells AP
Opposition to President Obama's plan to accept Syrian refugees in the United States grows in Congress and on the campaign trail
The Paris terror attacks have prompted changes in global intelligence sharing in the fight against ISIS.
ISIS has released a video depicting a man wearing a suicide vest in New York City's Times Square
Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the suspected planner of the Paris terror attacks, was killed in a raid by French police
Restaurants and sushi bars lure in patrons with tempting menu displays of fake food
Had been detained by Shiite rebels for at least 2 months in rebel-held capital of Sana'a
Armed forces around the world are working to coordinate to fight ISIS, but face many challenges
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French prosecutors say Abdelhamid Abaaoud was one of at least two killed in Wednesday's police raid in Saint-Denis, a suburb of Paris
A divorced California woman is considering legal options to keep her frozen embryos
The notorious computer hacker group Anonymous says ISIS is their new enemy