The U.S., along with some of its Arab allies, began bombing the stronghold of the Islamic State group in Syria early Tuesday morning.
U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio and Saxby Chambliss commended the president for launching airstrikes against ISIS in Syria.
The jet — a Sukhoi Su-24 — had reportedly traveled 2,600 feet west of the border into Israel before turning around.
The U.S. government warned the Syrian regime prior to launching airstrikes on ISIS strongholds in the country.
British journalist John Cantlie appears to narrate the second video in the Islamic State group's propaganda "lecture series."
Ebola cases in West Africa have increased to 5,800 and the virus has killed more than 2,800 people so far.
The Department of Treasury issued new rules that make it harder for U.S. corporations to avoid taxes by moving their headquarters abroad.