There are civilian casualties.
At least one bombing occurred in the predominantly Kurdish town.
You'll never guess how much Muslims are responsible for.
The attack comes fresh on the heels of the truck bombing that killed nearly 300 in the city earlier this month.
It is the first time ISIS is believed to have struck Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.
"They were complete amateurs and ill-prepared."
The teen called himself an "IS soldier."
Things just keep getting worse in Brazil.
Authorities found a hand-painted ISIS flag in his room.
"The war against the scourge of Islamic fundamentalism has not started; it is urgent now to declare."
A billboard made and paid for by the Association of Pakistani Americans has a controversial message.
The laptops taken from ISIS were "up to 80%" porn.
Five days later, the death toll is still rising.
ISIS is not Islam.
The death toll is still climbing.
The man, Steven Nabil, hid in a closet with his wife as bullets sprayed around them.
Cenk Uygur makes a passionate plea for people to stop blaming the entire Muslim community for terrorism.
The bustling airport is back open on Wednesday, with a giant Turkish flag erected in the wake of terror.
The attackers remain unidentified as of Wednesday morning.
Up to 50 people are dead and scores of others are injured after two gunmen stormed the airport and detonated themselves.
Here's what we know about the attack, its implications and what the government is planning on doing about it.
The internet didn't take too kindly to the attack.
Your favorite hacktivists are back at it again.
Steven L. Anderson is the leader of Tempe, Arizona's Faithful World Baptist Church.
Thinking Anonymous will save us from terror is "silly," says... well, Anonymous.