Iraq's Uprising an Open Crisis with No Known Path Forward
The latest bloody confrontations have killed more than 100 people in less than seven days.
Iraqi Militia Leader Wants US Troops to Leave
Qais al-Khazali said there's no longer a justification for thousands of U.S. troops to remain in Iraq.
US Official Says Withdrawal from Syria Has Started
A U.S. military official said the process of withdrawal has begun, declining to comment on specific timetables or movements.
Report: China Is Driving Use of Armed Drones in Middle East
The use of armed drones in the Middle East, driven largely by sales from China, has grown in the past few years.
False Alarm, Not Outside Attack, Sets Off Syria Air Defenses
A false alarm set off Syrian air defense systems early on Tuesday.
Israel Blamed for Missile Strike in Syria; 14 Reported Dead
Russia and the Syrian military blamed Israel for a missile attack Monday on a Syrian air base that reportedly killed 14.
Thousands of Foreign Troops in Syria -- But Will They Leave?
Syria is awash in weapons and an array of local militias and thousands of foreign troops, some of which may not leave.
Assaults in Syria and Iraq Oust ISIS from Border Bastions
Syrian troops ousted ISIS extremists from Deir el-Zour in eastern Syria, while Iraqi forces pushed into the group's last majo...
Accusations Grow Against Russia over Syria Civilian Killings
The three missiles fired on a public market in the northern Syrian town of Ariha took the morning shoppers by surprise.
Islamic State Suffering Setbacks in Syria and Iraq
Gone are the days when IS was able to seize territory in both countries with relative ease.
Syrian Troops Seize Air Base in Rebel-held Suburb
Syrian troops and allied militiamen seized control of a sprawling military air base near Damascus on Monday.
US Still Searching for Credible Allies in Syria
Despite years of diplomacy and a CIA operation to vet and train moderate rebels, the U.S. finds itself without a credible par...
Islamic State Attacks Claim More Than 800 Lives Abroad this Year
The Islamic State group has dramatically expanded its theatre of operations from its hub in Syria and Iraq, executing or insp...
Analysis: US Wary Over Hitting Syrian Militants
The U.S. and its allies are trying to hammer out a coalition to push back the Islamic State group in Iraq. But any serious at...
IS Bomb on Russian Plane Would Herald New Phase in Conflict
At this stage, there is no hard evidence. But reports from the U.S. and Britain suggesting an Islamic State group bomb may ha...
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Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Officer Accused of Plotting Attack Asks for Leniency
Hasson, 50, has pleaded guilty to gun and drug charges and is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 31.
Group Has Raised $56 Million for Coast Guard Museum
Construction of the museum has been pushed back due to two other projects scheduled for New London.
Coast Guard Wrapping Up Study on Why Minority Members Leave the Service
The Coast Guard will wrap up a study examining why minority service members are leaving its ranks.