The Daily host Michael Barbaro privately asked reporters including NPR's David Folkenflik to soften their reporting of The Times over the Caliphate scandal.
Kushner said the Middle East "was a total mess" when Trump took office and he's "ending wars," rebuilding alliances destroyed by past presidents.
U.S.-backed Kurdish forces are poised to seize control of the remaining ISIS stronghold in Syria.
The British Foreign Office warned of an increased risk of attacks by "terrorists" in South Africa.
The unidentified man says he was kidnapped after working as a freelance reporter in the region.
The government is advertising Aleppo and other Syrian cities at an event in Madrid.
There have been 12 violent ISIS-inspired attacks in the U.S. since 2014.
Extremists' use of technology is a persistent threat, experts warn.
Tehran has been angered by U.S. plans to designate its elite force as an extremist group.
The most wanted extremist in the world had not spoken since November 2016.
The British men included Jihadi John, executioner of three Americans, and Junaid Hussain, ISIS's cyber chief.
Reams of geo-location data are being revealed via the photo-sharing app.
The president is set to roll back limits on strikes and commando raids imposed under Barack Obama.
A monitoring group says an Arab-Kurdish coalition has almost taken the whole city.
The 509 women and 813 children are from 13 countries across Europe, Asia and North America.
The jihadist group is cranking up its official output as its ranks and morale drop.
Father Uzhunnalil was kidnapped from a home for the aged and disabled in the Yemeni city of Aden.
Busloads of jihadis had been stranded in the Syrian desert.
The ruling could set a precedent for other foreign fighters caught in the operation to retake Mosul.
German investigators create list of serial numbers that could be used to provide fake identities for jihadists.
The jihadi group's followers had earlier called for attacks on relief centers after Hurricane Harvey.
Israel delivered two chickens a day for the eagle to eat, while the troops faced a food shortage.
The jihadist group's followers seek to take advantage of the destruction across Texas.