- Mideast & Africa
Top IS Fundraiser Killed In US Raid In SyriaTop IS Fundraiser Killed In US Raid In SyriaThe United States upped the ante in its war on the Islamic State in Syria, killing a dozen militants and a major fundraiser Saturday in a rare ground operation by special forces, the White House said.
US Commandos Kill IS Commander In Syria RaidUS Commandos Kill IS Commander In Syria RaidUS Army special forces killed an Islamic State commander in a daring night raid, the White House said Saturday, in the first publicly confirmed American ground operation targeting jihadists in Syria.
- TV Plus
‘Wayward Pines’: Weirdness moving toward something‘Wayward Pines’: Weirdness moving toward somethingThe 10-part limited series which begins Thursday on Fox is at least going somewhere and all the strangeness does add up
Letting them go, and hoping everything will be OKLetting them go, and hoping everything will be OKMom considers throwing away the colorful postcards, official-looking letters and glossy brochures from colleges all over the country that are arriving in her mailbox for her teenage son. That would keep him from going away, right?
AF, NATO quiet on expanding Incirlik's role in Inherent ResolveAF, NATO quiet on expanding Incirlik's role in Inherent ResolveThe head of U.S. European Command is mum on negotiations to base search and rescue crews at an Air Force base in Turkey following pushback from Ankara.
With Foley in mind, students survey peers about freelance journalistsWith Foley in mind, students survey peers about freelance journalistsStudents hope their work will "inspire a broader analysis and study."
Report: Obama team considers change in hostage policyReport: Obama team considers change in hostage policyEven if that rule is changed, the U.S. government would maintain its policy of not paying ransoms, saying they would only encourage terrorist groups to seize more hostages.
- The Oval
Report: Obama team considers change in hostage policyReport: Obama team considers change in hostage policyFamilies would not be threatened with prosecution for raising ransom money, ABC News says.
Potential shift in hostage policy: Officials to recommend families be free to pay ransomPotential shift in hostage policy: Officials to recommend families be free to pay ransomFamilies of American hostages who communicate with foreign kidnappers or raise money and pay ransoms will no longer have to fear prosecution for aiding terrorist groups, a White House-ordered advisory group on U.S. hostage policy is expected to recommend, senior...
White House won't rule out hostage 'czar'White House won't rule out hostage 'czar'The death of hostage Warren Weinstein brings familiar complaints about government response.
Rieder: What's the allure of graphic images?Rieder: What's the allure of graphic images?Recent story and photos of Islamic State executions attracted a large audience
What the new Islamic State video actually tells usWhat the new Islamic State video actually tells usOn April 10, the Islamic State's media arm, al Hayat, released a new video threatening to strike America titled, "We Will Burn America."
James Foley’s legacy lives on in studentsJames Foley’s legacy lives on in studentsJames Foley’s legacy lives on in students
- 12 News
Scholarships honor Phoenix teacher beheaded by ISISScholarships honor Phoenix teacher beheaded by ISISTwo scholarships have been established in honor of James Foley, the first American to be beheaded by ISIS in Syria.
Kayla Mueller's parents honored tonight in DearbornKayla Mueller's parents honored tonight in DearbornAmerican Human Rights Council gives special tribute to slain humanitarian aid worker Kayla Mueller.
Being 'uncooperative' shouldn't be a death sentenceBeing 'uncooperative' shouldn't be a death sentenceLetter: Police shootings should require a civilian review and conversation. An officer feeling 'threatened' isn't enough.
- The Rockland Lede
Rockland official questions employee's Facebook pageRockland official questions employee's Facebook pageOfficial questions whether "Block the Block Vote" page manager can be fair social worker
Here are the 2015 boys tennis teams at a glanceHere are the 2015 boys tennis teams at a glanceHere are the 2015 boys tennis teams at a glance
Wieder: Remove video comparing Rockland to Nazi GermanyWieder: Remove video comparing Rockland to Nazi GermanyWieder began the news conference by saying that despite rumors to the contrary, he didn't narrate the video, nor did he have anything to do with its production.
Video comparing Rockland, Nazis blastedVideo comparing Rockland, Nazis blastedOrthodox Jewish council's video takes aim at "Block The Block Vote" Facebook page
Bill seeks interagency coordination in hostage casesBill seeks interagency coordination in hostage casesA House Republican’s effort to better coordinate government-wide efforts to free U.S. hostages is winning early support
- Capitol Hill
Bill seeks interagency coordination in U.S. hostage casesBill seeks interagency coordination in U.S. hostage casesA House Republican's effort to better coordinate government-wide efforts to free U.S. hostages held abroad is winning early support from the Pentagon chief.
Soapbox: Freedom of information important here, abroadSoapbox: Freedom of information important here, abroadKodrich, a journalism professor, says freedom of information critical to our freedom.
Family of missing Marine vet launches social media effortFamily of missing Marine vet launches social media effortParents of reporter and veteran Marine Austin Tice hope a social media campaign will raise awareness of his plight.
- Ej Montini
Seven thousand miles away, but still a 'local' storySeven thousand miles away, but still a 'local' storyEJ Montini: What does Syria have to do with Arizona?
IS threatens Victoria Cross recipient who saved MarineIS threatens Victoria Cross recipient who saved MarineJihadi John and other British-born jihadists had their crosshairs set on recent Victoria Cross recipient Lance Cpl. Joshua Leakey and dubbed him a "top prize" if captured for the Islamic State.
'Jihadi John' unmasked: First picture of Mohammed Emwazi as an adult emerges'Jihadi John' unmasked: First picture of Mohammed Emwazi as an adult emergesA day after he was identified as ISIS's infamous "Jihadi John," a photograph of the man, Mohammed Emwazi, has emerged, published on the front pages of British newspapers late Friday.