Fate of 39 Indians missing in Iraq for 3 years still unknown
Iraq's foreign minister says he doesn't know whether 39 Indian workers who were abducted by militants in Iraq three years ago are dead or alive
Report: German runaway found in Iraq wants to go home
A German teenage girl who ran away after converting to Islam and could be executed after she was found by Iraqi troops in Mosul has told a newspaper she wants to go home
Syrian forces battle ISIS for the city of Raqqa
ABC News' Ian Pannell reports from Iraq on the fight for Raqqa, the capital of ISIS, and the impact the battle's outcome may have on Syria as well as Europe and the U.S.
After Mosul victory, Iraq mulls future of Shiite militias
Iraq mulls future of country's powerful Shiite militias in wake of victory against Islamic State group in Mosul
German runaway girl who converted to Islam is found in Iraq
German and Iraqi officials say a German girl who ran away from home after converting to Islam has been found in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul in good health.
A look at what ISIS left behind in the suburbs of Raqqa, Syria
Ian Pannell reports on the oxycodone and diazepam the fighters left behind.
Trump's foreign policy since assuming office
The president has shaken up traditional alliances, surprised adversaries with military action and faced new threats around the globe.
Sen. Bernie Sanders discusses 2020 run, Russia probe, health care
Sanders weighs in on Donald Trump Jr.'s June 2016 meeting and realistic solutions to the health care impasse, and he meets Joy Behar's new dog, Bernie, on "The View."
April 25, 2007: John McCain announces his run for president
The Arizona Republican senator formally declared his candidacy for the 2008 election.
French woman faces prosecution in Iraq over alleged IS links
A French woman captured in Mosul with her four small children is facing likely prosecution in Iraq for collaborating with the Islamic State group