A video of ISIS allegedly executing Steven Sotloff, a second captive American journalist has emerged.
The UK government announced plans to revoke the passports of any suspicious citizens returning from Iraq or Syria
The German Chancellor insisted the jihadist group was a major security threat to Germany and Europe
The Prime Minister will announce new legislation to tackle the outpour of Britons going abroad to fight for groups like Islamic State
Newsweek reports on how the humiliation of an American has led to a surge of recruits among university graduates
They may not be considered moral, or even legal, but after the killing of James Foley, it is certain the US will use assassinations against the Islamic State
UN reports the fight between Syria's government and Islamic State militants has caused human rights violations from both sides
"Stay strong because I am going to need your help to reclaim my life."
MI5 and MI6 have been utilizing voice recognition technology to identify the IS member
Journalist Peter Theo Curtis was released early Sunday and is now with the UN
A decline in basic military intelligence gathering has made a hard job even harder
U.S. official says a rescue mission for Foley and other journalists held in Syria was authorized by Obama earlier this summer.
U.S. officials say military planners are pondering sending fewer than 300 to tighten security near Baghdad
How do we continue to do this kind of work when barbarians like ISIS reward us with kidnappings, beheadings, imprisonment and rape? asks Janine di Giovanni
There are now at least 1,500 British Muslims fighting for Islamic State, according to a British MP
Foley had been missing since he was kidnapped in Syria last year.