If the ban is passed in the Senate, those ignoring it will face a fine of $430.
On the campaign trail, Trump threatened to scrap the nuclear deal, calling it one of the worst in history.
In a visit to wounded troops, he asked Abu Sayyaf to come to the negotiating table.
France's interior minister said the raids stopped a "long-planned" assault on French soil.
State Department reports social media offers cost-effective ways to target those vulnerable to extremism.
Police say the suspects planned "synchronized terror attacks" in Kosovo and against the Israeli football team.
Authorities detained the pair for backing the group and inciting jihad.
In a message to besieged ISIS fighters in former stronghold Manbij, a commander tells them not to come back alive.
Thai authorities step up security at landmarks and airports after reports of foiled plots.
New report details criminal pasts of dozens of European jihadis and the implications for European security.
Protesters demanded the government's resignation over the failure to protect Nahed Hattar.
One of the accused traveled to Turkey to meet an ISIS member for training, it is alleged.
After officials revealed his involvement in deadly attacks, Rachid Kassim continues to incite extremism on French soil.
More than 200 police were involved in raids to detain the three men.
ISIS magazine calls on supporters to take "blood of merry crusader citizen selling flowers."
Choudary was found guilt of inciting support for ISIS via a pledge of allegiance.
The attack brought the death toll from two days of violence to 25 after Monday's double bombing in the city.
Police said the suspect had separatist connections and was from a Muslim-majority province.
Police arrested three suspects linked to the radical Islamist group who had several targets.
The worker used his office and work computer to spread the ideology of ISIS at the heart of the Kuwaiti government.
Police apprehended the rapper over his music video for his song "Oh My God."
The tugboat crewman swam out to sea after the jihadis threatened to behead him, the military says.
Tehran's forces killed three militants, confiscating a weapons cache and suicide belts.
The 24-year-old was only stopped because of a FBI tip-off to Canadian authorities.
The suspect, Aaron Driver, detonated a device that injured himself and one other person in small Canadian town.