Al Qaeda spent less than $1 million on its signature 9/11 attack, but ISIS has found an even more cost-effective way to strike on American soil, inspiring psychotic sympathizers to commit 'lone wolf' attacks.
ISIS used chlorine gas during fighting with security forces and Shiite militiamen last month north of Baghdad. The disclosure comes on the heels of similar reports from the Syrian border town of Ain al-Arab.
After Israel had launched Operation Protective Edge in Gaza, Washington had surprised Israel by turning down an Israeli request for 'a large number of Hellfire missiles.' The Hellfire missiles arrived in September, a month after the cease-fire.
Ebola spread to the sixth West African country as a 2-year-old girl succumbed to the disease in Mali, opening a new front in the effort to prevent the outbreak of the deadly viral infection from spreading further.