ISIS is one of the world's most dangerous terror groups and it is possibly the richest. ISIS is cutting a deadly trail across Iraq and cashing in at the same time. Randi Kaye reports on how ISIS amassed hundreds of millions of dollars.
As ISIS threatens Baghdad, there are growing security concerns for the U.S. Embassy in the capital. It is a virtual city within a city with more than 5,000 workers and is America's largest diplomatic post. Tom Foreman takes a look at what it would take to keep the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad safe if ISIS attack.
A deadly string of tornadoes touched down in Nebraska. A rare double tornado was caught on video. Wolf Blitzer spoke with storm chaser Ben McMillan who describes just how quickly these twisters formed.
Iraqi forces have done little to slow ISIS' march toward Baghdad. Anderson spoke with The New Yorker's Dexter Filkins about the state of Iraq's military and America's role in creating the current government they are supposed to protect.
Peter Bergen explains to Anderson how "there is no longer a border between Syria and Iraq" because of ISIS.
U.S. officials say the Obama administration is considering airstrikes as one of the options to deal with the threat from ISIS. Anderson asked retired Major General James 'Spider' Marks whether that would require U.S. personnel on the ground to provide intelligence?
Anderson spoke with Arwa Damon in northern Iraq about how Kurdish fighters have been successful defending against ISIS attacks.
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