The Question of What to Do With ISIS Detainees Is Tricky. That Doesn’t Mean We Should Send Them to Gitmo.
ISIS’s Demise Has Been Greatly Exaggerated
The Latest ISIS Casualty: Britain’s Principled Opposition to the Death Penalty
Caliphate Focuses on a Charismatic Detective—but What Case Is She Solving?
Former D.C. Police Officer with Nazi Sympathies Convicted of Trying to Help ISIS
ISIS Releases Apparent Recording of Its Leader Baghdadi Who Hasn’t Been Heard From in 11 Months
ISIS Has an End-of-the-World Problem
We’re Already Seeing a Preview of the Mess That Will Follow ISIS’s Defeat in Syria
Report: Trump’s Airstrikes Against ISIS Have Already Killed More Than 2,000 Civilians
Baghdadi’s Death Wouldn’t Be the End of ISIS
Iraq Celebrates Victory Over ISIS in Mosul
Documentarian Matthew Heineman on the Similarities Between ISIS and Mexican Drug Cartels
While We Were Obsessing About ISIS, Al-Qaida Got Stronger
Coalition Forces in Syria and Iraq Are Using a Harmful, but Mostly Legal, Chemical in the War on ISIS
How to Stop Terrorist Groups From Inspiring Attacks Like the Manchester Bombing
Trump Administration Rejected Plan to Attack ISIS That One of the Countries Paying Michael Flynn Didn’t Like
Trump Raised Syrians’ Hopes With His Airstrike on Assad. Now, They’re Disappointed and Confused.
Whatever Happened to Trump’s Plan to Defeat ISIS?
Civilian Casualties in Iraq and Syria Are Increasing. Is It Trump?
Iraqi Troops Engaged in Life or Death Struggle With ISIS Are Bewildered by Travel Ban