Prosecutors on Tuesday filed federal terrorism charges against 27-year-old Akayed Ullah, the man who police allege detonated a pipe bomb inside a pedestrian tunnel near the Port Authority Bus Terminal on Monday.
Eight people were killed and almost a dozen injured when a 29-year-old man in a Home Depot rental truck plowed into a popular cycling and pedestrian pathway in Lower Manhattan near the World Trade Center on Tuesday.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Friday an American citizen was confirmed dead in attacks in Spain.
Act for America founder Brigitte Gabriel discusses why profiling based on behavior and mannerism is necessary in the fight against terrorism.
U.S. stock indexes could close at a record high again on Monday, even after they seesawed following an explosion that rocked New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal during the busy morning commute.
The collapse of Islamic State's self-proclaimed caliphate has not diminished the militant group’s ability to inspire attacks on Western targets via the internet, U.S. national security officials told senators on Wednesday.
U2 frontman Bono suggested poverty was the reason for the creation of ISIS during a discussion on the Middle East and refugee crisis on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
In the wake of a string of recent terror attacks from Paris to Belgium, Americans wonder how secure their ports of travel really are.
The latest coordinated terrorist attacks at the Brussels airport and subway system that left 31 dead and 180 wounded comes a few days after the top suspect in last year’s Paris attack was captured by authorities in Belgium.
Former NSA Director General Keith Alexander said there needs to be more transparency to prevent the next cyber attack on the U.S. Industry needs to see what government roles and responsibilities are, and for government to understand industry goals.
Former Republican presidential candidate and former Gov. Rick Perry, (R-Texas), questioned how Orlando shooter Omar Mateen fell through the cracks despite reports he was investigated twice by the FBI.
The terror attack in Orlando is a too-familiar tragic event, reminiscent of countless others, for one nation that’s been under siege since 1948.
Howard Gutman, the former U.S. Ambassador to Belgium, said how the attack in Orlando could “not have happened” in Belgium, due to the country’s strict firearm laws and terror watch list.
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales weighs in on the fight against ISIS, Hillary Clinton's email scandal and the debate over gun control.
Former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis says political correctness is the real reason the U.S. can’t make cities more secure.
The media giant provides details on stepped up security efforts after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.
A man armed with an assault rifle and pledging loyalty to Islamic State killed 50 people during a gay pride celebration at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, early on Sunday
The photo from Omar Mateen’s high school yearbook is hardly remarkable - a toothy, dimpled smile with a peach-fuzz mustache below a mop of black hair.
The suspected shooter who killed 49 people in an Orlando, Florida, nightclub on Sunday had scouted Walt Disney World as a potential target, People Magazine said on Monday, citing an unnamed federal law enforcement source.
Omar Mateen worked at one of the world’s largest private security firms as an armed officer since 2007.