Catherine Herridge uncovered some new information that appears to link a recently-released Guantanamo Bay detainee to terrorists in Syria. She reported her findings this morning on "America's Newsroom," pointing to a series of tweets that were sent before Fawzi al-Odah was sent back to Kuwait on Wednesday.
Ed Henry reported the latest from the White House this morning as the Obama administration faces questions about how long the president knew about the growing threat from ISIS.
New questions are being raised about the Khorasan group, which one terrorism expert writes "does not exist." Andy McCarthy argues in National Review that Khorasan is a "fictitious" group created by the White House to justify strikes on Syria without approval by Congress.
Questions remain about whether a leader of the Khorasan group was killed in a U.S. airstrike last week in Syria.
Retired four-star Gen. Jack Keane joined Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday to evaluate a week of airstrikes in Syria and how much damage has been done to ISIS.
Bill Hemmer pressed Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Adm. John Kirby this morning on how ISIS will be defeated in Syria using airstrikes alone and about progress against ISIS in Iraq.
Shepard Smith and Catherine Herridge today discussed the imminent threat cited by the Obama administration to authorize military force in Syria.
Pentagon unveils before and after photos of U.S. strikes against ISIS and Khorasan terrorists in Syria.
President Obama made a brief statement from the White House this morning following U.S. airstrikes in Syria. Officials say 14 airstrikes targeted ISIS in and around Raqqa and another eight strikes targeted an al Qaeda offshoot, the Khorasan Group.
Jennifer Griffin reported from the Pentagon on last night's airstrikes in Syria, explaining that this operation is not "shock and awe." In addition to hitting targets around Raqqa in Syria with help from five Arab allies, the U.S. undertook a solo mission to strike an al Qaeda offshoot called Khorasan.