The former Iraqi official, in a prison interview, says the Islamic State recruited experts for a secret program to make mustard gas. Some are believed to be still at large.
The terrorists squirreled away wealth to finance a future resurgence, officials say.
The terrorist group shifted underground after the loss of its self-declared caliphate.
How a powerful Russian propaganda machine chips away at Western notions of truth
My great-uncle, Foster Stevens, had been killed in France just nine days before the Nov. 11, 1918 armistice that ended World War I. But exactly where and how he died was lost to us.
Khashoggi rattled Saudi officials with his restrained appeals for human rights, and his killing has transformed him into a powerful symbol for free expression.
Intelligence officials say Tehran is making contingency preparations to strike its enemies, including the United States.
As sanctions enforcement eases, Kim Jong Un may secure enough breathing room to avoid moving on denuclearization.
Targeted in police action, ISIS’s news agency ‘went down fast,’ but it came back again and again.
South Korean officials announced that North Korea is willing to hold talks to curb its missile and nuclear arms programs. The surprising declaration, if true, would be a major development in denuclearizing the regime.