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ISIS Now Has a Network of Military Affiliates in 11 Countries Around the World
Terror groups from Libya to the Philippines have joined the
This Is What One Woman’s Life Is Like Under ISIS Rule in Fallujah
It’s a pretty grim picture.
Small-Scale Attacks by Self-Radicalized Terrorists Are the New Normal
Incidents like the Ottawa parliament shootings have taken on scary inevitability.
A Guide to the Many Groups Fighting in Iraq and Syria
There are more than a dozen players, and alliances change constantly.
Abdul-Rahman Kassig Is an American Taken Hostage by ISIS. He Is Also My Friend.
I haven’t seen him in more than a year. I may never again because
fighters are threatening to kill him.
Can Americans Stomach Another ISIS Slaughter?
Officials in the city of Kobani are warning of “5,000 dead within 24 or 36 hours.”
Frank Rich on the National Circus: Obama Has Gotten Us Into a Quagmire
campaign is a “dumb war.”
In Northern Lebanon, Life Under ISIS’s Shadow
The group’s black-and-white logo is commonplace here, and everyone is asking the same question: When are they coming?
Obama Stands Up to ISIS, Still Needs Allies
wants to avoid sending troops into combat, it needs friends to do the fighting.
The National Circus: Obama’s Foreign-Policy Critics Are Wrong
The president’s deliberateness may be America’s best recourse against the chaotic threats from
Meet the Female Recruiters of ISIS
A daily dose of jihad, with emojis and slang.
Other Things Called ISIS Not Necessarily Changing Their Names
Fordham University’s feminist group, for instance, doesn’t plan on it.
Why ISIS Is So Terrifyingly Effective at Seducing New Recruits
“ISIS has a reality distortion field that only Steve Jobs would have dreamt of.”
Why the U.S. Is ‘Coming to Help’ Iraq, Months After the Rise of ISIS
air strikes have begun.
America Seems Ready to Wade Into Iraq’s Growing Civil War — But on Whose Side?
is a nightmare. But on the other side is Iran.