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An ISIS leader that American officials initially said was "likely killed" in a U.S. airstrike Friday might only have been injured, according to growing U.S. intelligence indications. Gordon Adams, a professor of international relations at American University and an expert on defense spending, told The Fiscal Times Tuesday that a realistic guestimate of the cost of an As crumbles in Syria and Iraq, the terrorist group is opening a new front in the Philippines, and the U.S. strike in Marawai. » Subscribe to NBC New Tags: step, efforts, fight, isis, U.S. May Begin Airstrikes Against The Pentagon is considering a plan that allows the U.S. military to conduct airstrikes on in the Philippines, two defense officials told NBC News. The authority to strike targets as part of collective If the muscular testimony of Defense Secretary Ash Carter is any guide, American spies are going to be back in action in a big way against the Islamic State militant group ().