Fifteen Iraq war resisters are living in Canada. They live like any Canadian, but with the constant fear of deportation. Years after arriving to the country, they are still undocumented.
Estimates of how much ISIS has made in the antiquities trade range from $4 million to $7 billion. But terrorism is very cheap. So, does a number even matter?
The decision to send 217 more US troops to Iraq comes as Iraqi forces are moving to retake the northern city of Mosul, which is seen as key to reclaiming control of the country.
U.S. highways and airport tarmacs are lined with asphalt that contains ISIS-derived crude oil, as are hundreds of potholes in New York City.
Canada will end its bombing missions against Islamic State targets within weeks as it moves to triple the size of its training contingent to assist Iraqi forces on the ground.
Every US mission in Iraq and Syria seeks to cause causing zero civilian casualties. But killing civilians is frighteningly easy, given the firepower used.