Clinton Wants 'Strategy in Cyberspace' to Defeat ISIS

Hillary Clinton accelerated her call for technology companies to cooperate with the government and develop a “unified national strategy in cyberspace” to stop the Islamic State from using the Internet to recruit members in the United States and around the world. Speaking at the University of Minnesota a few hours before Republican presidential candidates were to debate in Las Vegas, Mrs. Clinton made her third speech in three weeks about how to counter violent jihadism.