The Sinister ISIS Plan for Women and Children
Women have never been equal players in the so-called Islamic State, but its very future now depends on them.
HOLD YOUR BREATH
ISIS Chemical-Weapons Expert Speaks
A prisoner now in Baghdad, the young scientist is still proud of what he did developing chemical weapons for ISIS. When will they be used? He doesn’t know, doesn’t seem to care.
On the Run From ISIS in Iraq’s ‘Bandit Country’
The terror group has lost its land, but not its ability to wage a war of terror and intimidation, and the Iraqi government’s corruption is helping it recruit.
In Much of Iraq, ISIS Still Rules the Night
ISIS fighters come back after dark. In many towns Iraqi government control is surface-deep, and ISIS remains the power to be challenged, or joined.
FOLLOW THE MONEY
Did U.S. Payoffs to Iraqi Officials Open the Door for ISIS?
An investigation by the independent Government Accountability Project exposes accusations that a hidden network of corruption cost U.S. taxpayers billions.
Syrian Fighters Say Goodbye Trump, Hello ISIS
The suicide bombing that killed four Americans last week was just one example of ISIS making a comeback—and that’s even before U.S. troops finish withdrawing.
Feds: Man Was Headed to White House to ‘Blow a Hole’ in It
Hasher Jallal Taheb was arrested just a day before feds say he planned to attack D.C. monuments and a synagogue with grenades and rockets.