An all-female army from Syria is fighting the Islamic State -- and succeeding! It's killed more than 100 ISIS members and continues to be one of the few volunteer militias on the frontlines of the conflict. Who are these brave women?
ISIS control has expanded rapidly across Syrian and Iraqi territories, prompting the United States and other nations to take immediate military action. Turkey shares a border with both war-torn countries, so why are they hesitant to join the fight?
With the two countries' long history of distrust of and outright aggression toward each other, can the United States and Iran ever ever work together, perhaps against ISIS?
Bill Maher’s sweeping generalizations abut Islam aren't the first time someone publicly stereotyped an entire religion. Why do we do it?
Along with the physical battle against ISIS in the Middle East is a non-stop back and forth online on sites like Twitter, where hearts and minds hang in the balance.
With President Obama recently authorizing military action against ISIS, legal scholars are revisiting the question of who can declare war and who can't.
With news reports suggesting more than 100 Americans have left the country to fight alongside ISIS terrorists, what's the likelihood they would return to the U.S. to continue the fighting?
An ISIS nation could be worse than Taliban rule in Afghanistan.
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