U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson offers five goals to end the conflict in Syria in a speech at Stanford University in California.
In July 2017, ISIS was driven from Mosul, in Iraq. Now there, and in places where ISIS has been defeated, there is a renewal of religious freedom.
U.S. mine-removal efforts are clearing a path for Iraqis displaced by ISIS to return home, according to the latest edition of "To Walk the Earth in Safety."
The International Religious Freedom Act promotes the fundamental right of people worldwide to worship according to their own conscience.
The rout of Islamic State forces continues across Iraq and Syria, where Raqqa, the city the extremists called their capital, is free from ISIS brutality.
With cities left in ruin by ISIS, Iraq is embarked on the long road to recovery. NATO is helping Iraq's civil and military ministries meet the challenge.
In parts of Iraq liberated from ISIS, law enforcement has a new way to get up and running quickly: mobile police stations, or "police in a box."
Progress in driving ISIS from territory it seized in Iraq and Syria has dramatically accelerated under the Trump administration.
Americans are donating books in a global effort led by blogger Mosul Eye to rebuild the University of Mosul's library, which was destroyed by ISIS.