ISIS is a new kind of terrorist organization — one that makes its own money, rather than relying on wealthy benefactors. And with its coffers fueled by gains in Iraq, the organization is threatening to ignite more of the Middle East in its conflict.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks to the BBC's Hugh Sykes in Baghdad about a series of attacks in Iraq today; one of those attacks involved a suicide bomber who killed five U.S. soldiers on patrol in the Iraqi capital.
There were celebrations throughout Baghdad and other Iraqi cities today as American forces officially handed over control to Iraqi security forces. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out what's happening from Sahar Issa.
Earlier this week Islamist militants took dozens of worshipers hostage at a Baghdad church, leaving 58 people dead. Reporter Jane Arraf spoke to members of the Christian community in Baghdad as they buried their dead.