Engel reported he was held captive by forces loyal to Syrian president Bashar Assad; New York Times finds that wasn’t correct
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Demands CBS Use Syrian Technicians, Cameras in Charlie Rose Interview (Video)
Syrian leaders slams the media for creating “malicious propaganda against Syria”
“I told myself to stay calm, to be strong, and that I had no reason to think I wouldn’t live to see my children grow...
The “Unbroken” director ponders how to comfort victims of civil war and the terror of ISIS
“AMERICAN SOLDIERS, WE ARE COMING, WATCH YOUR BACK. ISIS,” reads one social media message
Power Women Breakfast: CNN’s Arwa Damon Says Covering Middle East Can Be ‘Screaming in the Dark’ (Video)
“We are being slaughtered,” says the journalist on the dangers of reporting from Iraq and Syria
Greg Gutfeld and Eric Bolling ruin “The Five” co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle’s tribute to the United Arab Emirates’ Air Force first female pilot
Cable news channel manages just 59,000 viewers in key demographic across total day Tuesday
Airstrikes mean Stephen can now punch a new hole on his “frequent Middle East bombing card”
CNN joins FNC with big growth during the 10 p.m. hour
President outlines his military strategy for battling terrorism alongside America’s allies in the Middle East during a live address to the nation
“Steve was no hero,” says his family in a statement, “Like all of us, he was a mere man who tried to find good concealed...
President says the ISIS killing “shocks the conscience of the entire world”
Team held for five days by unknown kidnappers
Orwa Nyrabia, a Syrian filmmaker, was released from government captivity after three weeks
The news agency took down its blogging site for several hours while it addressed the security breach
Ed Shadid says his cousin was fighting with editors and battling health problems before his final trip to Syria
Jon Stewart mocks Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad's pop culture tastes, including Chris Brown and "Harry Potter" movies
A New York Times photographer describes Shadid’s last, dramatic moments before succumbing on the Syrian border
Marie Colvin wanted her last story out of Syria outside the paywall, and now the Sunday Times is fielding questions about a New York Times-style...
The deaths of the two journalists come less than a week after the new York Times’ Anthony Shadid died in the area as well
Shadid, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner for his Middle East reporting, was carried out of Syria by colleague Tyler Hicks