Belgian authorities are still on the hunt for the third suspect in the bombing at Zaventem Airport in Belgium’s capital Tuesday.
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A trip to the US will now be more difficult for those who’ve recently visited Libya, Somalia, or Yemen. Thanks to new anti-terrorist travel restrictions announced Thursday, travelers coming to the US from after spending time in one of these three countries must go through the regular visa process instead of using the waiver program.
A former member of the Army National Guard living in Virginia is accused of trying to buy guns in Charlotte for a domestic terrorist attack on a military base.
Apple has long heralded itself a champion of protecting individuals’ privacy and encryption rights. With the FBI pressuring Apple to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters, Apple is proving it will practice what it preaches.
Earlier this month, Reps. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) and Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.) introduced a bill to move more than 45,000 Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport officers into Title 5 of the U.S. Code.
For years, Transportation Security Administration officers have failed to receive the same basic rights afforded to most other federal employees. A new piece of legislation introduced Tuesday plans to change that.
A Cincinnati man was sentenced to 30 years in prison for plotting, planning, and attempting an attack on government officials during the 2015 State of the Union Address in the name of ISIS.
Prosecutors made history this week when they brought the first-ever federal terrorism charges against a 36-year-old law enforcement officer in the U.S.
Although Facebook intended its live video broadcasting feature for sharing heartwarming life moments, it’s known more notoriously as a tool for criminal use.
More than 110 people have been charged with crimes related to ISIS in federal court since late 2013, U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Carlin announced Monday.
Federal prosecutors charged Ahmad Khan Rahami Tuesday with charges relating to the weekend bombings in Manhattan and New Jersey that injured 31 people.
In his final visit to the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters, President Barack Obama met with the National Security Council (NSC) to discuss the next steps in the fight against ISIS.
FBI officials said the Ohio State University student who attacked a group of people with his car and a knife Monday may have been inspired by radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki and the Islamic State, FBI Special Agent in Charge Angela Byers said Wednesday.
As Twitter joins in with other social media companies to blot out pro-terrorist social media accounts online, ISIS continues to lose digital ground.
Speaking at the American Enterprise Institute Tuesday, Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul of Texas said the U.S. must put a greater emphasis on stopping domestic terrorism online.
Visa applicants who pose a potential terrorism risk will soon be asked to hand over social media profiles and handles from the last five years to the State Department.