A 19-year-old suburban Denver woman who pleaded guilty to trying to help the Islamic State militant group will remain in jail before her sentencing.
A 19-year-old suburban Denver woman who federal authorities say intended to wage jihad has pleaded guilty to trying to help the Islamic State militant group in Syria.
An Arvada woman charged with aiding a foreign terrorist organization is expected to plead guilty in court on Wednesday.
Republican Rep. Cory Gardner on Tuesday blamed Democratic Sen. Mark Udall for not doing more to stop the rise of the terrorist organization that now controls much of Iraq and has beheaded two American reporters.
Sen. Mark Udall on Monday apologized for saying that two reporters beheaded by militants in the Middle East would agree that the United States should not “be impulsive” in responding to their deaths.
President Barack Obama says he has a plan to defeat ISIS and experts on the topic met at the University of Denver on Monday who agree with the president on broadening the U.S. mission.
Some of the nation’s best media forensics experts are located in Denver and are analyzing ISIS videos for authenticity and to learn more about the people who made the videos.
The director of the FBI visited Colorado this week and detailed how the terror organization ISIS is recruiting Americans to take up their cause.
A former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq is now Dean Of International Studies at the University of Denver, and he says ISIS is mainly interested in conquering territory on the ground in the Middle East.
Hundreds of people gathered to pray for peace in the Middle East during the most recent crisis in Iraq. Some faith leaders are calling on President Obama to do more.