Inheriting Chaos: ISIS and the next president

The war against the world’s most dangerous terrorist organization will go on long after President Obama leaves office. In a weeklong series of articles and interviews, Washington Times correspondents Guy Taylor, Carlos Muñoz and Rowan Scarborough report from the front lines of the military, counterterrorism and policy fights that will determine the fate of the struggle against the Islamic State.

Tunisian police are on constant alert for terrorism because of the number of young people who are lured in by the Islamic State and return to carry out jihad. Analysts say part of the problem is the economy, combined with a religious vacuum and sense of despair. (Associated Press)

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