A Sunni insurgency is taking root in Iraq as the U.S.-led coalition continues to weaken the Islamic State’s territorial strongholds, particularly in Mosul, according to a new report.
A veteran who lives outside of Chicago is sending hundreds of deep dish pizzas to troops overseas for Super Bowl Sunday.
A man who claimed his mother died in Iraq after being barred from returning to the United States under President Trump’s travel ban lied about the timing of the death, according to the leader of a mosque in Dearborn, Mich.
A shift in strategy combining a troop surge with increased coordination of artillery and air power has driven ISIS terrorists from their strongholds on the eastern bank of the Tigris river in the strategic city of Mosul, Iraq.
The Pentagon is compiling names of Iraqis who have helped the U.S. military to possibly be exempted from President Donald Trump’s immigration ban unveiled last week.
Iraqi security forces have retaken the eastern portion of the city of Mosul from the Islamic State, the government of Iraq said on Tuesday.
U.S. and coalition forces bombed the Islamic State 31 times on Saturday, retired Gen. James Mattis’ first full day as secretary of defense, the Pentagon said in a news release.
A Republican lawmaker is pressing the incoming administration of Donald Trump to change the way that troop caps are formulated, arguing that current caps on service members in Iraq and Afghanistan are too low to achieve U.S. strategic objectives.