A lawsuit against the FBI for its role in a 2015 terror attack in Texas has taken a detour over discovery issues.
An American supporter of ISIS was sentenced to a decade in prison on Tuesday for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Defense Secretary James Mattis on Friday warned the Syrian regime to think carefully before using chemical weapons again.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will present the 2018 Hillary Rodham Clinton awards to individuals who advance women’s role in creating a more peaceful and secure world at a Georgetown University event next week.
The number of children fighting on behalf of ISIS has skyrocketed in the past years, with hundreds having been found on the battlefield and others being used as executioners for the radical terror group, according to a new report authored by the United Nations.
U.S.-led coalition forces in Syria killed an estimated 145-150 Islamic State terrorists using precision strikes on Saturday.
A leading expert on federal tort law said the security guard injured in a 2015 ISIS-inspired attack in Garland, Texas, is unlikely to win a civil lawsuit he filed against the FBI claiming that the bureau was liable for the injuries he sustained in the attack.
Former Democratic congressman Brad Ashford is taking credit for the current military progress made in the Middle East as he campaigns to regain his seat in the House, but records show he missed key committee hearings regarding the fight against ISIS during his two-year stint in Washington, D.C.
USAID, responding to pressure late last year from Vice President Mike Pence, announced today that it is altering its policies in order to ensure that millions of dollars in U.S. aid appropriated by Congress reaches Iraqi religious minorities