President Barack Obama on Friday authorized the deployment of up to 1,500 more troops to Iraq, a decision that could more than double the American presence there.
Woman named "Isis" says her name is causing problems following the rise of the militant army fighting to take over Iraq and Syria. Rachelle Murcia reports.
The new Iraqi Prime Minister says that ISIS is planning to strike, but U.S. officials say there is no specific, credible information about that. Tracie Potts reports.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey tells Senators that new air campaign won't be "shock and awe" but instead "persistent and sustainable". Steve Handelsman reports.
The U.S. carried out an airstrike near Baghdad on Monday in what a defense official described to NBC News as the beginning of intensified action against ISIS militants in Iraq.
President Obama to send an additional 475 U.S. service members to Iraq
The State Department says they have no time table on Syria as the President sends more troops to Iraq. Tracie Potts reports.
President Obama is back in Washington dealing with two different challenges unfolding at the same time. Brian Mooar reports.
More Americans arrive in Iraq, but they are not there to fight. Richard Jordan reports.
The U.S. continues to drop humanitarian aid in Iraq, as air strikes are likely to continue. Richard Jordan reports.
The United States launched another round of airstrikes against an ISIS target in Iraq on Friday, U.S. officials told NBC News.
The spokesman for Iraq's human rights ministry says hundreds of women from the Yazidi religious minority have been taken captive by militants from the Islamic State group.
The United States dropped laser-guided bombs on ISIS artillery in Iraq on Friday, the Pentagon said — the beginning of airstrikes threatened a day earlier by President Barack Obama.
President Obama announces airstrikes in Iraq amid ISIS advances.
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Secretary of State John Kerry says U.S. support of Iraqi security forces will be "intense and sustained" as they battle ISIS militants.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in the Middle East as ISIS militants continue their assault on Iraq.
President Obama says protecting Baghdad from militant onslaught is in U.S. interest, promises no troops on the ground.
Two big oil companies are evacuating their workers from Iraq, as the President still considers military action.
President Obama sits down with Congressional leaders to hear how he plans to deal with Sunni militants who are trying to take over Iraq.