We live in a world where people still associate the brutality and cowardice of ISIS with the same people who die at the militant group's hands.
If we are at war, who is the enemy? Where is the front? Who are the members of the opposing army? If the European democracies have to fight to survive, where must that battle be fought?
We're America. And sometimes, we're afraid.
And what we can do to be better.
Before Paris, ISIS attacks in the past two months included luxury hotels and mosques.
By Saif Sameer and Ned Parker A small Iraqi army unit was stationed in the village but evacuated by helicopter in the early
McCain on CBS' "Face The Nation" "It seems unlikely that U.S. military action, even if assisted by surrogates on the ground