Almost Two Thirds of Voters Want Ground Troops Fighting ISIS, Poll Says

Almost three quarters say the U.S. should never pay a ransom to free a hostage.

An arrangment of British daily newspapers photographed in London on February 27, 2015 shows the front-page headlines and stories regarding the identification of the masked Islamic State group militant dubbed 'Jihadi John'.

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By a wide margin, Americans voters support sending ground troops to fight Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday.

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