The Islamic State, more commonly known as ISIS, is an Islamic fundamentalist militant group that controls territory in both Iraq and Syria, and has affiliates in other parts of the world, including North Africa and South Asia. The group, which calls itself Daesh, has been accused of human rights abuses, war crimes, and has taken responsibility for attacks around the globe.
Facebook moderators fear for their lives after bug exposes them to potential terrorists
One worker fled his country in fear that he could face retaliation.
Why cars make perfect weapons for terrorists
It's not an accident that terrorists are using vehicles to kill.
U.S. drops ‘mother of all bombs’ on ISIS target in Afghanistan
This is the first time the U.S. military has used the MOAB in combat.
Neoconservative Trump critics McCain, Graham warm up to the president after Syria strike
McCain still doesn't trust Russia.
Was the White House’s typo-ridden ’78 terrorist attacks’ list a trick on the media?
The White House list omits key details and contains basic spelling errors—and the media took the bait.
How ISIS supporters learn to design propaganda
A new Telegram channel offers to show terrorism advocates online how to design and produce threatening propaganda.
Here’s the first military action the U.S. took after Trump’s inauguration
Donald Trump now commands the U.S. military.
ISIS identifies U.S. churches to attack this holiday season
ISIS wants to 'turn the Christian New Year into a bloody horror movie.'
At least 9 killed, dozens injured in apparent terror attack on Berlin Christmas market
The driver was arrested fleeing the scene.
ISIS releases new how-to guides for ‘lone wolf’ knife attacks
An ISIS magazine praised the attack at Ohio State University.
ISIS is already celebrating Donald Trump’s presidency
In online forums ISIS supporters claim Trump's win will lead to more conflicts worldwide.