U.S. intelligence officials are examining a new video from the Islamic State which purports to show a 10-year-old American boy.
A young female Kurdish fighter laughed and shook it off after a bullet from an ISIS terrorist missed her head by a few inches, the video of the shocking incident shows.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, appeared on Fox Business Network this morning to react to reports that the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad could be planning another chemical weapons attack.
Tensions between the United States and Russia in Syria are heating up, but Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) says the "core problem" in the region is Iran.
Russia warned members of the U.S.-led coalition that all of its aircraft, including drones, are now "targets" if they operate west of the Euphrates River in Syria.
Charles Krauthammer said the Iranians are trying to essentially reclaim territory now run by ISIS terrorists in Syria.
Gen. Jack Keane (Ret.) expressed skepticism over Russia's threat to shoot down U.S. aircraft in Syria.
Greg Gutfeld said the anti-ISIS coalition is operating "the way it should have been all along."
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said the suspect in an attack at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris Tuesday cried "it's for Syria" as he assaulted a police officer with a hammer.
Deputy assistant to the president Dr. Sebastian Gorka said that, regarding foreign policy, America under President Trump has "real red lines now."
A Republican congressman is skeptical of the Trump administration's conclusion that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad carried out a chemical attack against his own people.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said his government did not carry out a chemical attack that killed 87 civilians, calling it a "100 percent fabrication."