Tribalism and other forces make ending the “caliphate” more complicated than it at first appears.
Turkey has expressed outrage that the U.S. is working with the Syrian Kurds against ISIS.
Turkey’s worries about Russia are again pushing it toward the West, and Israel’s gas reserves are giving the country new regional clout.
Ankara refuses to withdraw troops from northern Iraq.
The U.S.-backed alliance in Syria is still little more than Kurds and on-paper agreements with small Arab forces.
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs unveils new measures on trip to Kurdistan.
Sources suggest chlorine attacks against the Iraqi Army, and potentially more to come.
28 Copts killed in point-blank attack on pilgrims.
There is no escaping that the leader of the Free World alienated much of the Free World yesterday in Europe.
There is a case for the federal government to err on the side of restriction and use some of the legal means at its disposal to curb the proliferation of cheap pot.
The decision to extend production cuts was as predictable as it was desperate.
The Manchester leaks are the product of a dangerously arrogant and unaccountable intelligence community.