• ISIS arrests
    June 27, 2015  

    Monday marks the first full year since ISIS declared the “Caliphate” — an Islamic State — part of the justification for its terror campaign across the Middle East. A new study from Fordham University has uncovered an increase in the number of Americans arrested for allegedly supporting ISIS. The Director of Fordham’s Center on National Security, Karen Greenberg, joins Hari Sreenivasan with more. Continue reading

  • iraq1b
    July 2, 2014  

    Iraqi Kurds in the country’s northeast are taking advantage of Baghdad’s battle with Sunni insurgents, in hopes of gaining their own state. Kurdish leaders are vowing to hold a vote on independence, a move denounced by Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and discouraged by the Obama administration. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner reports. Continue reading