The Lindt Chocolate Cafe in Sydney was taken hostage by an Islamist terrorist named Haron Monis. Watch terrified people flee the scene past the military.
The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have warned military to ‘scrub’ their social media after reports of ISIS using Facebook to target soldiers.
From Naked and Afraid to Kobane, Joshua Bell has swapped the Discovery Channel for fighting ISIS.
British ISIS hostage John Cantlie says in a shocking video that there was a U.S. led mission to free him and others on July 4, but it failed miserably.
Heather Coffman is the 29-year-old Virginia woman accused of trying to help someone join ISIS. On Facebook she proclaimed, “I love ISIS.”
Maxime Hauchard is the French citizen identified as being one of the ISIS fighters seen in the group’s most recent video.
Peter Edward Kassig, a heroic former U.S. Army Ranger who had been serving as an aid worker in Syria, is the latest American hostage beheaded by ISIS.
Rob O’Neill, the Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden dead, gives his much-anticipated televised interview tonight.
Rumors are swirling about the ISIS leader’s possible death after U.S.-led airstrikes in Iraq.
The clip is called “Inside the Islamic State.” Some of the shots are aerial, and according to the video Islamic State Army Drone took those shots.
Michael Zehaf-Bibeau has been named as the Ottawa terrorist suspect. Bibeau shot a soldier dead at Canada’s parliament building.
This morning a man armed with a hunting rifle shot a Canadian soldier outside of Canadian Parliament in what police state is part of a series of attacks.
After telling his parents he was going on a fishing trip and never returning, Abdullah Elmir, 17, now calling himself Abu Khaled, has surfaced in an ISIS video.