There is reportedly a new video released in which the son of Osama bin Laden is urging Saudi youth to rise up and overthrow their government. He also expressed particular interest in areas where the US military is active in the greater Middle East. I
Twitter suspended 235,000 accounts that promoted terrorism over the last six months, as part of a continuing effort to keep people from using the social network for extremist causes, the company said Thursday.
Keeping Nukes Near Syria Border 'A Roll of the Dice'
The United States will deploy dozens of special operations forces to northern Syria to advise opposition forces in their fight against Islamic State, a major policy shift for President Barack Obama and a step he has long resisted to avoid getting dra
Substantially Altered' ISIS-Related Intel. Last week the US House of Representatives Joint Task Force released their initial findings on the intelligence analysis of the US Military's Central Command (CENTCOM). The report found that, among other thin
After years of undercover work, the U.S. is starting to pull back the veil on what appear to be loose-knit, perhaps deeply rooted networks of would-be terrorists who support each other even as many prepare to act alone.
Terrorist attacks are taking their toll on France's tourism industry, with Paris bearing the brunt of a drop in visits by holidaymakers from outside Europe.
After the recent surge in terrorist attacks on US soils conducted by ISIS-affiliated refugees following Chancellor Merkel's "Open Door" policy, we expected that popular support for Merkel would once again drop in the polls, but not even we expected s
Hypocrisy in action… and everyone wonders why terrorism is spreading so rapidly.
Officials in India say gunmen have opened fire on a busy marketplace in the restive northeastern state of Assam, killing at least 12 people.
Rukmini Callimachi is arguably the best reporter on the most important beat in the world. As a New York Times correspondent covering terrorism, her work explores not just what jihadists do but how they do it.
One woman has been killed and five people have been injured after a man with a knife attacked people, apparently at random, in the busy area of Bloomsbury in Central London.
A Metro Transit police officer from the Washington D.C. area has been arrested and charged with attempting to provide material support to the Daesh.
Demand for firearms surges throughout Europe
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton knew that the US was sending arms from Libya to Syria back in 2011, a year before the Benghazi consulate attacks.
Requests in Germany for self-defense weapons permits are hitting record highs in 2016, police data reveals. Firearms ownership experts say people wanting to purchase non-lethal weapons come from all sections of society, "be it workers or professor
Why a Nuclear Attack on the US Mainland is Inevitable, and probably Imminent.
Merkel admits EU is being RAVAGED BY TERROR but says Germany should welcome MORE refugees
Bill Weld, the former governor of Massachusetts now running as the Libertarian Party's candidate for vice president, called today for a 1,000-agent task force to combat Islamic State adherents in the United States, and for a tip line where Muslims co
Terror attacks and mass killings are happening so rapidly now that it is really difficult to keep up with them all. In fact, as you will see below, so far there have been several this week alone. This latest attack in France during which radical Is
Germany May Use Internal Army to Combat Terrorism As Europeans Told to "Expect Attacks" On a Daily Basis
In the wake of the latest terrorist attack in Nice, it's tempting once again to blame Islam, and the fact is that Islam is being corroded from within.
The recent terror attack in Nice, France and u.S. police killings in America bring up the same point libertarians, voluntaryists and Free Market Anarchists have been pounding the table on for years.
A nun has described how an 85-year-old priest was forced to kneel on the floor before his throat was slit during an attack on a church in Normandy.
How should France answer to the horror in Nice? The country is now deeply entrenched in a long-term war with few hopes of dodging future attacks. The anger of the French population is understandable. But booing a prime minister at the commemoration c