Iraqi Leader to Trump: Remove Us From The Travel Ban
Trump's action against a key ally in the fight against ISIS has caused anger and confusion in Baghdad.
U.S. Warns of Increased Terror Threat To Baghdad Hotels
Washington says it has "credible" information of threats to compounds frequented by Westerners.
After Mosul Falls, Should Our Troops Stay On in Iraq?
It's hard to see Trump or Clinton pulling out once the primary fight against ISIS is won.
Are the U.S. and Allies Ready for a Post-Victory Mosul?
An exodus of 700,000 refugees may overwhelm plans for providing humanitarian aid.
How ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Came to Be
ISIS may dominate the news, but its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi remains an elusive enigma.
Confessions of an American Military Torturer
'I place a hood over my detainees, secure their feet to the iron loop in the floor, and abandon them to their own imaginations.'
Is Keeping His Distance in Syria Obama's Worst Mistake?
Getting rid of Bashar al-Assad would make life easier for the jihadis, who are more resilient and organized than the "moderate" rebels.
ISIS Fleeing Mosul Ahead of U.S.-Backed Offensive
Iraq is expected to mobilize up to 30,000 forces to retake the city.
Fallujah Security Trench Cuts Access After ISIS Defeat
Displaced residents are still waiting for Iraqi city's streets and buildings to be cleared after troops routed the Islamic State.
U.S. Military Likely to Request More Troops in Iraq
An operation is underway to retake the city of Mosul from ISIS.
Iraq's Interior Minister Resigns After Baghdad Bombing
Saturday's suicide bombing was the worst since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.
After Fallujah, Where Next for the Anti-ISIS Coalition?
Now Iraqi forces have captured the city, the coalition will cast its eyes toward grander prizes.
Iraq Liberates Fallujah From ISIS, Commander Says
At least 1,800 ISIS fighters killed in battle to retake the city; army targets militants' de facto capital of Mosul.
Fallujah Push Reignites Hopes of Relatives, Survivors
Lost American lives in Fallujah would not have been in vain if the Iraqi military retake the city, say veterans.
Despite Territorial Losses, ISIS Is Not Finished Yet
The group may now use guerrilla warfare and turn its attention to attacking civilian targets.
Iraqi Forces Continue to Battle ISIS in Fallujah
ISIS snipers and foreign fighters remain in the city though Iraqis hope to remove them within days.
Iraqi Forces Advance Toward ISIS Stronghold of Mosul
Troops are attempting to clear ISIS out of Qayara to provide a staging ground for an offensive on militant group's de facto capital, Mosul.
Iraqi Forces Capture Fallujah Town Hall From ISIS
The military said they had raised a flag above the government building, though ISIS still control much of the city.
ISIS Fighters Fleeing Fallujah Alongside Civilians
Iraq arrests more than 500 suspected ISIS members trying to sneak out with civilians since operation began.
Iraqis Die Fleeing During Offensive to Retake Fallujah
Iraqi forces and Shi'ite militias have the ISIS-held Iraqi city nearly surrounded.
Iraqi Forces Push Into Fallujah; ISIS Counter-Attacks
Aid groups have warned of a "human catastrophe" in the city as heavy clashes continue.
ISIS Holding Civilians Hostage in Fallujah
Only 17 families have been able to flee the ISIS-held city since Sunday, rights groups say.
Iraq Launches Operation to Liberate ISIS-Held Fallujah
Iraqi leader Haider al-Abadi calls on militant group "to flee" as assault on stronghold begins.
Iraq Plans Offensive to Free Fallujah From ISIS
Residents are told to flee city that ISIS seized in January 2014.
Eighty Lashes For Cutting His Cousin's Hair
The ISIS militants were adamant. Beards were obligatory: no man could be clean shaven and Western haircuts were forbidden.
Gunmen Kill Dozen and Take Hostages in Baghdad Mall
Four men run into mall after a car bomb explodes outside the complex in eastern Baghdad.
Iraqi Forces to Liberate Ramadi From ISIS 'By Christmas'
Governor of Anbar is "excited" at the prospect of recapturing Anbar's provincial capital, says spokesman.
Facing Defeat in Tikrit, ISIS Escalates Attacks Closer to Baghdad
Terror group detonate seven simultaneous car bombs in city west of Baghdad.