US captures ISIS official after helicopter raid in Syria
The capture of the ISIS official comes the day after another top ISIS official was killed by U.S. forces.
Taliban minister defends ban on women’s university studies
The minister of higher education in the Taliban government on Thursday defended his decision to ban women from universities — a decree that had triggered a global backlash.
State Department issues 'worldwide caution' alert in wake of Ayman al-Zawahiri's death
"U.S. citizens are strongly encouraged to maintain a high level of vigilance," the agency said on its website.
Who was Ayman al-Zawahri? What’s known about the slain al-Qaida leader
The FBI said Ayman al-Zawahri and Osama bin Laden coordinated the 9/11 attacks.
Buffalo shooting suspect once threatened high school, what else is known about the 18-year-old
New details continue to emerge from authorities about the 18-year-old suspected of killing 10 people at a Buffalo supermarket. Here's what's known so far about the suspect, Payton Gendron.
Racially motivated Buffalo massacre sends shockwaves through unsettled nation
Authorities said evidence shows a mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket was a hate crime. The Department of Justice is calling it, "an act of racially-motivate violent extremism."
New York subway attack: Frank R. James held without bail as police seek motive
Frank R. James, 62, the suspect in the shooting of 10 people aboard an N train in Sunset Park, Brooklyn was ordered held without bail Thursday during his arraignment in Brooklyn federal court. He could spend the rest of his life in prison if found guilty of throwing smoke grenades and opening fire on a crowded train.
US sends suspected 9/11 hijacker home from Guantanamo for mental treatment
Mohammad Ahmad al-Qahtani was flown back to Saudi Arabia, to a treatment facility.
Boston Marathon bomber's COVID stimulus payment going to victims, judge says
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's $1,400 COVID-19 stimulus payment can be used to help pay the millions of dollars he is ordered to pay his victims, a judge has ruled.
Congo attack: Suicide bomber kills 6 at restaurant and bar
Saturday's attack marked the first known time that a suicide bomber has killed victims in eastern Congo, where an Islamic State group affiliate earlier this year took responsibility for a suicide bombing near another bar in Beni who had caused no other casualties.
Journalists investigated by CBP anti-terror unit, watchdog group reports
Jeffrey Rambo, an agent who acknowledged running checks on journalists in 2017, told federal investigators the practice is routine.
Terrorism threat 'heightened' over holiday season, DHS says
While DHS said it had no credible information on a specific threat, the agency warns in its latest national terrorism advisory bulletin that mass gatherings for the upcoming religious holidays could be potential targets.
US drone strike kills al-Qaida leader, officials say
A senior al-Qaida leader was killed Friday in a U.S. airstrike, officials said.
ISIS claims responsibility for mosque bombing in south Afghanistan
ISIS says its members are responsible for a deadly suicide bombing on a Shiite mosque in southern Afghanistan.
SCOTUS considers reinstating death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber
The Supreme Court sounds ready to reinstate the death penalty for convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
From ground zero to Pentagon to Shanksville, US marks 20th anniversary of 9/11
Twenty years ago, the 11th of September dawned as just a date. By midnight, it was 9/11, the staggering starting point for a new era of terror, war, politics, patriotism and tragedy.
Paris 2015 attacks: France begins trial of 20 men accused in night of terror
France began the trial of 20 men accused in the Islamic State group’s 2015 attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead and hundreds injured.
US presses on with Afghanistan evacuations despite fears of more attacks
The U.S. continued with evacuations in Kabul on Friday with tighter security measures amid warnings of more possible attacks.
SoCal Marine identified as one of 13 US servicemembers killed in Kabul airport suicide bombing attack
U.S. Marine Corps Lance Corporal Kareem Mae'Lee Grant Nikoui was one of the 13 U.S. servicemembers killed in action while stationed at the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan on Thursday.
Three California families get out of Afghanistan to safety
Three families have made it out of Afghanistan after they went to the country to visit relatives and got stuck there amid the recent chaos.