A suicide car bomb detonated near an Iraqi government building, killing at least four people. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
Iraqi forces claim they recaptured a key city from ISIS, but that isn't stopping the terror group from making new threats.
President Obama is sending up to 1,500 more soldiers to Iraq to train Iraqi and Kurdish forces. Jim Sciutto reports.
400 Sunni tribesmen who had taken up arms against ISIS, were killed in the last 48 hours according to tribal leaders. Jim Sciutto reports.
ISIS is allegedly using chemical weapons in Syria and Iraq, but U.S. officials have not confirmed these reports.
Wolf Blitzer talks to Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes about the fight against ISIS.
ISIS continues to hold territory as airstrikes continue in Syria. Jim Sciutto has the latest.
Deputy Asst. Secretary of State for Iran & Iraq Brett McGurk says he spoke to Iraqi PM to clarify his comments regarding a threat against the U.S.
Amid new U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria, will terrorists retaliate by taking more hostages? CNN's Brian Todd reports.
UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash tells Wolf Blitzer the UAE is in this fight for the long haul.