Latest "coalition" stories
A U.S.-led multinational coalition has launched tens of thousands of strikes in Iraq and Syria over the past seven years, weakening the radical group's hold on the region.
By Jared Morgan
The Iraqi people, for years divided along sectarian lines, endured the crucible of ISIS and exited the fire united with a common, patriotic purpose.
By Lt. Gen. Paul E. Funk II
Two members of Operation Inherent Resolve were killed and another five were wounded by an improvised explosive device in Syria Thursday.
By Tara Copp and Kyle Rempfer
As Kurdish fighters have departed the frontlines in the battle against the Islamic State, American airstrikes in eastern Syria have decreased sharply.
By Kyle Rempfer