A force of 30,000 fighters plus airborne forces are moving on three fronts against Islamic State troops.
New "pay-to-play" legislation could keep Christie from raising campaign funds from a wide swath of Wall Street.
Africa's largest economy is struggling amid falling crude oil prices, and some say an emerging tech sector may be the answer.
Meanwhile, the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog, IAEA, claimed that Iran is suppressing key information about its nuclear program.
Mohammed Emwazi has been linked to a group that attended a training camp with four men convicted of trying to bomb the London Underground.
An online message purported to be from ISIS warned Twitter against taking down accounts linked to the militant group.
Inna Duritskaya also claimed that Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to link the murder to the conflict in eastern Ukraine.