U.S. still operating in Syria, reading troops to Saudi Arabia against Iran

The Pentagon has confirmed U.S. troops stationed in Syria were shot at by the Turkish military. A Defense Department spokesperson said Friday artillery fire from Turkish positions came within a few hundred meters of troops near the city of Kobani. The statement said all U.S. troops were accounted for with no injuries and that any further violence would result in retaliation.

President Trump: Worst of the worst ISIS members now in U.S. custody

President Trump is saying two British ISIS militants tied to beheadings in Syria have been taken into U.S. custody. They have reportedly been transferred to “a secure location controlled by the U.S.” The President made the announcement on Twitter Wednesday, stating the action was undertaken “in case the Kurds or Turkey lose control.”