President Obama promises to "go after" ISIS the way he went after al-Qaeda.

What was on the 18- and-a-half minutes of tape erased by the Nixon White House? We’ll likely never know.

The official U.S. government line is that there aren't any U.S. forces fighting in the battle at Zumar, in northern Iraq, but eyewitnesses say otherwise.

That’s done it. The beheading of a second American journalist has convinced a majority of Americans that the jihadist terrorists known as the Islamic State pose a significant threat to the United States. And they want this country to do something about it.

"Airstrikes alone won't defeat this enemy," wrote Secretary of State John Kerry, describing the threat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria poses to the United States and the rest of the world.

Informed sources say American journalist James Foley was waterboarded several times before being beheaded by his Islamic State captors, the Washington Post reported.

The terrorist group Boko Haram has declared the predominantly Christian town of Gwoza in northeastern Nigeria an Islamic “caliphate,” following the slaughter of more than 100 residents there.

Former President Jimmy Carter continues his aggressive support of the terrorist group Hamas, this time speaking at a fundraiser for a U.S.-based Hamas front group.

The devastation visited upon Yazidis, Kurds, and Christians is a consequence of U.S. foreign policy.

Senator Tim Kaine (D-Va.) has called for a congressional vote on U.S. military strikes against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), and that has fellow Democrats worried about raising war issues weeks before this year's elections, the Washington paper, The Hill reported Wednesday.

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