Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi fears that "no army in the region" can stand in the way of ISIS "if they are allowed to continue," telling ABC's "This Week" in an exclusive interview that the terror group must be stopped for "our own sake."
Speaking from Baghdad, al-Abadi called ISIS "a very, very dangerous organization." The terror group has millions of Iraqi citizens living in areas under its control.
"If they are not stopped on time, I can assure you, no army in the region can stand in their own way," he told ABC News' Martha Raddatz. "We have to stop them for our own sake."
It wasn't your average night at a pizza joint. At Pizza Ranch in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on Saturday, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush was peppered with questions on everything from GOP strategy to Alzheimer's funding and flooding.
Bush, who said he envisioned a "hopeful and optimistic" presidential campaign -- if he decides to mount one -- told potential supporters that Republicans must "get outside of our comfort zone."
"I want to win. I want our party to win," he said. "There are a lot of emerging voting groups in our country and we need to get at 'em."
Police searching for suspects in the fatal shooting of a Dallas man who was killed while taking pictures of snow with his wife have released surveillance video that may show the people involved.
Ahmed Al-Jumaili, 36, had recently moved to Dallas from Iraq when he was shot dead in the parking lot of Walnut Bend Apartments complex late Wednesday night.
The Dallas Police Department said the shooting took place at 11:40 pm, when Al-Jamaili and his wife were taking photos of the first snowfall he had ever seen.
TSA agents find plenty of odd items in travelers' suitcases, but a live Chihuahua may top the list.
The dog was discovered inside a checked bag at LaGuardia Airport this week after an officer responded to an alarm, the TSA said in an Instagram post showing the dog -- and the suitcase it was found inside.
"It's always important to double check your bags before traveling," the post read, "especially to make sure your Chihuahua hasn't stowed away inside one of them."
Hopefuls for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Class of 2019 are only one week away from decision day, and a newly released drone-themed video by the school's admissions office may be adding to the prospective students' anticipation.
The video, posted to the admissions office blog Friday, shows drones carrying acceptance letters fly right out of the top of an MIT building.
The drones then take to the skies, flying throughout the world. The video culminates when one drone drops an acceptance letter at a home in an undisclosed location. "2019s are happening," the video writes.