Dozens of bombings from U.S.-led warplanes haven't stopped ISIS from advancing toward Turkey, leading one town in the path of its march to fear a massacre.
Don't forget about Iran and Hamas in zeal to defeat ISIS, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells U.N.
The United States may be touting its strikes on ISIS targets in Syria, but one of the terror group's fighters says the hits are trivial at best.
The U.S. military and its allies hit ISIS targets in Syria and Iraq this weekend.
A bomb-laden vehicle exploded near a hospital controlled by Houthis in the northeastern Yemen, killing seven.
Airstrikes against ISIS militants are a "psychological operation," not a military one, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
U.S. warplanes hit sites in northern Syria near the Turkish border, the U.S. Central Command confirmed Saturday.
UK jetfighters have been sent to fly over Iraq and "are now ready to be used in an attack role," the UK Ministry of Defence said Saturday.
More than 50 countries have signed up, so far, to support the military fight against ISIS -- including new entrants Britain, Denmark and Belgium.
Here's some background information about Yemen, a country located on the southwestern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, sharing a border with Saudi Arabia and Oman.
The first female fighter pilot in the United Arab Emirates leads a strike mission this week against ISIS.
The sun-powered Solar Impulse 2 will make a record-breaking trip around the world that will start with Abu Dhabi
A U.S.-brokered deal on Thursday brought together roughly a dozen Syrian rebel groups to agree to fight the so-called Islamic State.
A recent rout of Iraqi forces near Falluja heightens concerns that its military can stand up to ISIS.
U.S., allies steeling for years-long battle against ISIS, U.S. official says, as coalition airstrikes hit oil refineries in Syria that fund the group.
In his first-ever interview as the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani defended his country against allegations of funding terrorism.
The recent expansion of U.S. airstrikes against ISIS into Syria has raised questions about how far the militants' global reach extends.
Britain's Prime Minister and Iran's President met Wednesday for the first time in 35 years.
At least two car bombs exploded outside a hospital in Baghdad on Thursday morning, killing three people and wounding several others, police said.
U.S. and coalition warplanes pounded ISIS positions in Syria on Wednesday, targeting mobile oil refineries being used by ISIS, an official said
Some U.S. allies and regional powers are conspicuous by their absence from the new phase of the conflict with ISIS.
The shofar is an instrument dating back thousands of years which plays a key role in Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, explains CN's Ian Lee.
At least 15 children -- all under age 2 -- died and 50 others got sick after receiving measles vaccinations through a U.N.-sponsored program in Syria.
ISIS, the Khorasan Group and al-Nusra Front are all reported targets of U.S. airstrikes in Syria. Here's how the groups stack up.
A court in Jordan acquitted radical preacher Abu Qatada of charges of plotting to bomb millennium celebrations in Jordan in 2000, semi-state owned newspaper Addustour reported Wednesday.
It's as if he came from the Dark Side of the Moon. Few would have predicted that an 18-year-old Egyptian, who wasn't even born the last time Pink Floyd released an album, would become the cover designer of the British band's latest album "The Endless River".
The wife of Alan Henning, a Briton being held by ISIS, says he'd gone to Syria to "help his Muslim friends" and pleads to his captors to release him.
The United States has inflicted damage on one enemy in Syria. But it may also be helping another.
Key points of U.S. airstrikes on ISIS in Syria: Bombing focused on stronghold of Raqqa. Attacks expected to continue. Several Arab nations join effort.
Airstrikes on ISIS in Syria by a coalition make it "clear to the world that this is not America's fight alone," U.S. President Barack Obama says.
Iraq's prime minister said Tuesday he is happy to see the United States and its Arab allies striking ISIS in Syria so long as they "do it right this time."
While the United States worked with Arab partners to attack ISIS targets in Syria, the U.S. military alone took aim at the Khorasan Group.
U.S. jets strikes targets in the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, early Tuesday.
Israel's military shot down a Syrian warplane Tuesday near the Golan Heights amid what the Israelis described as growing tensions in the border area.
The flood of refugees who have recently arrived in Turkey, fleeing ISIS offensives in Syria, increased to 130,000 on Monday, the U.N. refugee agency said.
CNN meets "Aria", a 15-year-old girl refugee in northwest Iraq. She tells of the horror she and her friends have experienced at the hands of ISIS.
A Palestinian man suspected in the killing of three Israeli teens earlier in the summer was fatally shot
When it comes to buildings, they don't come much different than a mosque and a nightclub.
What does ISIS hops to gain through the intensifying conflict with the United States and its allies.
Western allies vowed a tough fight against ISIS on Monday after the terrorist group called for attacks against them.
Put yourself in the shoes (and seventh-century black robes) of ISIS' Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the mysterious boss of the terror group that is striking fear into the hearts of leaders around the world.
U.S. has promised to supply and train "acceptable" rebels in Syria to help battle ISIS. Is this realistic?
Yemen's president, a powerful rebel group and representatives of major political parties signed a ceasefire Sunday, the government announced.
The flow of refugees from Syria into Turkey has been unprecedented in the past two days, estimated at 100,000 people, a U.N. official says.
Hundreds of Kurdish fighters from Turkey have arrived in the Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani to join a Kurdish militia group battling ISIS, activists said.
Is the jihadist carrying out a mass execution in an ISIS progaganda video an American? That's the question U.S. intelligence officials are trying to answer.
Here's a look at what you need to know about the 1990-1991 Persian Gulf War. In response to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait in August 1990, the U.S. and other countries launched a military operation known as Operation Desert Storm.
The U.S. intelligence community is zeroing in on an English speaker who appears in an ISIS propaganda video.
ISIS has put part of Syria's Kurdish region under siege, and Kurdish leaders warn of another humanitarian crisis without international help.
U.S. President Barack Obama thanked lawmakers for approving his request to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight ISIS.
British journalist John Cantlie is the latest hostage to be paraded out by ISIS -- forced to deliver their message.
Six Iranians tried for making a dance video to Pharrell Williams' song "Happy" got suspended sentences but they face 91 lashes if they're in trouble again.
ISIS is out with "Flames of War," a slick and ominous new video from Al Hayat, its media center.
Iran's president is denouncing ISIS in strong terms, yet he's not embracing the U.S.-led coalition against it.
The staggering death toll from the Syrian conflict has grown even further as at least 200 people were killed Tuesday, an opposition group said.
Australia, Saudi Arabia, the UK, France, Turkey, Jordan and other countries will play roles in battling ISIS.
Brandon Stanton, who runs Humans of New York, recently toured Iraq and Jordan to show the individuals the headlines neglect
ISIS is pushing its extremist views in a slick online magazine named "Dabiq."
CNN witnesses a successful anti-ISIS operation, led by Kurdish Peshmerga forces and aided by U.S. air power, in northern Iraq on Tuesday.
A U.S. airstrike near Baghdad on Monday marked a new phase in the fight against ISIS.
France says participants at an international conference have agreed to take on ISIS "by any means necessary."
U.N. forces withdrew Monday from the Syrian-controlled side of the Golan Heights, the world body confirmed.
The beheading of British aid worker David Haines by ISIS has intensified fears for other Western hostages being held by the jihadist group.
Several top members of the Muslim Brotherhood have been asked to leave Qatar, an Egyptian leader of the group says.
At first glance, the UAE seems ill-suited to ice hockey. The country boasts summer temperatures of up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit (48 degrees Celsius), and the only snow and ice to be found is usually in fabricated form in a shopping mall.
The similarities are striking among the videos of the beheadings of three ISIS hostages.
The gruesome ISIS video showing the death of British aid worker David Haines prompted revulsion and condemnation after it was posted Saturday.
British aid worker David Haines has been executed by ISIS militants, according to an ISIS video and Britain's prime minister.
ISIS can "muster between 20,000 and 31,500 fighters across Iraq and Syria," a CIA spokesman says.
Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Egypt on Saturday, on a tour to build regional support for President Barack Obama's strategy to combat ISIS.
Here's a look at Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, who will serve life in prison without parole for the murders of 16 Afghan civilians in 2012.
Here's a look at what you need to know about the Oslo Accords, a series of agreements between Israel and the Palestinians signed in the 1990's.
A CIA assessment puts the number of ISIS fighters at possibly more than three times the previous estimates.
The 45 U.N. peacekeepers seized in the Golan Heights have been freed and are in good condition, the United Nations said Thursday.
Secretary of State Kerry won't say the U.S. is at war with ISIS, saying U.S. strategy has "things that one doesn't think of normally in context of war."
In Baghdad on Wednesday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry vowed that the U.S. and a "broad coalition" of nations would help Iraq fight ISIS militants.
Umm Khattab is an online foodie. She posts pictures of Vietnamese grilled chicken and other recipes on the Web, peppering her conversations, like many young women her age, with emojis and lols.
Inspectors have determined "with a high degree of confidence" that chlorine gas was used in attacks this year in northern Syria.
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri is likely hoping that U.S. President Barack Obama will set out a plan to exterminate ISIS.
Is it ISIL, ISIS or Islamic State?
ISIS fighters were hit by U.S. airstrikes around a key dam in western Iraq on Sunday, the Pentagon said.
A video that shows the beheading of American Steven Sotloff was delivered as a "second message to America" to halt airstrikes in Iraq
Iraqi lawmakers approved a new government Monday and tapped former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki as one of the country's three vice presidents.
Official: 7 Houthi protesters killed Tuesday in Yemen when govt. troops fire on demonstrators allegedly trying to raid the Ministerial Cabinet building.
Abdul Waheed Majeed first hit the headlines in 1982. A faded clipping from his hometown newspaper in Crawley, just outside London, carried a photo of the then 10-year-old clutching his pet cat "Billy." The full-page report, titled "Cat On A Hot Roof" told how young Majeed raced into the burning wreckage of his mother's corner store and rescued his furry friend.
Fighting ISIS will take more than a 10-nation group the Obama administration has gathered; more important will be the Mideast nations that surround it.
In Dubai, patients will line up until 2am for a plastic surgery consult. What's fueling the demand for beauty?
A Sunni town north of Baghdad that has been surrounded by ISIS for more than two months came under heavy attack on Monday, local police and residents said.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has undergone prostate surgery, Iranian news media reported Monday.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas slammed Hamas over the weekend, raising questions about the future of the rivals' unity government.
A meeting of foreign ministers at the NATO summit gave the world its first look at how the U.S. and partners plan to engage with the threat of ISIS.
A British hostage whose life ISIS threatened in a video was providing humanitarian relief in Syria when he was abducted last year, an aid agency said.
Kurdish forces, known as the Peshmerga, backed by U.S. air cover made gains Friday against ISIS fighters in Iraq's Mosul province.
A charter airplane carrying military contractors, including Americans, was ordered to land Friday in Iran, U.S. officials told CNN.
Investigators are looking into the possibility a former Boston man is helping ISIS with its social media campaign, a law enforcement official tells CNN.
ISIS insurgents use footage of their crimes as propaganda, and the visuals are as much a part of its terrorism as its bloody march across Iraq and Syria.
It's too soon to say what steps the United States will take against ISIS in Syria, President Barack Obama said Thursday.