James Foley's Parents Hope To Help Families Of HostagesDiane and John Foley say they felt very alone as they navigated through almost two years of government bureaucracy while their son Jim was held hostage.
Obama Says Sotloff, Foley Murders Won't Intimidate U.S. President Obama said Wednesday that the U. S. will not be intimidated by Islamic State militants after the beheading of Steven Sotloff.
ISIS Video Claims To Show Beheading Of Second U.S. Journalist With NH TiesAn Internet video purports to show the beheading of U.S. journalist Steven Sotloff by the Islamic State group.
Family Releases Letter James Foley Wrote During CaptivityFoley dictated the letter to another captive to avoid his captors stealing any written letter.
NH Hometown Church Holds Mass Of Remembrance For Journalist James FoleyJames Foley, the U.S. journalist slain by Islamic State militants after being held captive, will be remembered at a Mass of Remembrance in Rochester, N.H.
Keller @ Large: Congressman Stephen LynchWBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller sat down to talk with U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch of South Boston.
James Foley Remembered As 'Beautiful' Man In NH Hometown Vigil A nonprofit group that brings humanitarian aid to people in Syria has organized a vigil in memory of slain journalist James Foley.
FBI, Homeland Security Bulletin Asks Police To Be Aware Of ISIS Federal authorities sent a bulletin to U.S. law enforcement Friday in light of the threat concerning militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), according to CBS News.
Final Message From ISIS To James Foley's Parents ReleasedGlobalPost has released the full text of the final email sent to the parents of James Foley before he was murdered.
Pope Calls Family Of Slain American Journalist Pope Francis has called the family of an American journalist whose videotaped beheading by Islamic State militants has touched off torrents of outrage around the world.
James Foley Colleague Calls Him Inspiration To Fellow JournalistsThe shock and horror felt worldwide after the execution of war correspondent James Foley was even more acute for his fellow journalists covering the Middle East.