Maria Bartiromo caught up with Queen Rania of Jordan to get her take on the Syrian refugee crisis, the perception of Muslims in America and the fight against ISIS.
Republican presidential contender Dr. Ben Carson said on "The Kelly File" tonight that the Syrian refugees he met on his trip to the Middle East don't want to come to the U.S. - they want to go back home.
Fox Middle East and terrorism analyst Walid Phares reacted to the latest death of an American while in ISIS captivity. The parents of Kayla Mueller, the Arizona woman who was taken hostage by ISIS in August 2013, confirmed Tuesday their daughter died while in the hands of the terror group.
The CIA says it is investigating a new claim by ISIS that a 26-year-old American hostage was killed in a Jordanian airstrike. Reports surfaced in August that the female aid worker was being held by ISIS. She was kidnapped in October 2013 while doing relief work in Syria.
Laura Ingraham weighed in this afternoon President Obama's comments about violence in the name of religion at the National Prayer Breakfast. Two days after a Jordanian pilot was burned alive by ISIS terrorists, the president compared the atrocities to violence committed by Christians in the Crusades.
A photo of Jordan's King Abdullah quickly went viral, showing him in a military uniform after vowing to attack ISIS to avenge the brutal execution of a captured Jordanian pilot. Abdullah reportedly mentioned Clint Eastwood's character in "Unforgiven" when he met with U.S. lawmakers this week about his planned response to the ISIS brutality.
Lawmakers met with Jordan's King Abdullah on Tuesday in Washington following an ISIS video showing a Jordanian pilot being burned alive. According to Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Calif.), President Obama's name was not mentioned during the meeting. Obama had met with Abdullah earlier in the day.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) said this morning (video above) that President Obama will "miss an opportunity" if he does not unite countries behind a strategy to crush ISIS in Syria. Kinzinger said the "pin prick" airstrikes are not enough and called on the president to prepare the American people for a confrontation with ISIS.
Connor Powell said today on "Your World" that the Jordanian government is reportedly planning to execute a female suicide bomber in retaliation for ISIS killing their pilot.
Critics are weighing in about a new ISIS video that allegedly shows the captured Jordanian pilot being burned alive in a cage.
President Obama said the reported execution of a Jordanian pilot shows the "barbarity" of the ISIS terrorist army. He called the terror organization's ideology "bankrupt," saying ISIS "appears only interested in death and destruction."
Jordan will release convicted terrorist Sajida al-Rishawi in exchange for Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh, a Jordanian Air Force pilot captured by the terror group in Syria a month ago, according to a statement released on Jordanian state TV.