The U.S. war against ISIS has begun in Syria. On Monday night, the United States—along with Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates—launched cruise missiles and precision-guided bombs around Raqqa and along Syria’s border with Iraq. Three other ISIS strongholds (Dair Elzur, Hasakah, and Abu Kamal) were also targeted. Speaking from the South Lawn of the White House on Tuesday, President Obama addressed the strikes against ISIS and also acknowledged the eight strikes west of Allepo against the "Khorosan Group," an Al Qaeda splinter group the U.S. says was planning an “imminent attack” against America and the West. "It must be clear to anyone who would plot against America, we will not tolerate safe havens," Obama said. No word yet on terrorist or civilian casualties.