Eight people were killed Tuesday when a suspected terrorist drove a rental truck into a bike path in lower Manhattan. The victims included five Argentines, two Americans, and one Belgian.
The suspect, reportedly a Somali man in his thirties, is now in custody.
Three suspected terrorists tried to rent a large cargo truck for their attack that began on London Bridge. When that didn't work out, they settled for a van loaded with gravel and explosives.
17 people have been reported killed after gunmen armed with assault rifles and suicide vests attacked Iran’s parliament and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini.
The Conservatives have said they will give more money to the Prevent programme but critics argue it doesn't work, because it's toxic and can't be rescued.
A US service member was killed during a mission against a offshoot of ISIS in Afghanistan, where the Pentagon continues to insist troops aren't in combat.
Virginia police said Wasil Farooqui stabbed two people on Saturday night. Witnesses told authorities Farooqui yelled "Allah Akbar" during the attack.
At least 56 civilians were killed in airstrikes in northern Syria earlier this month, according to Syrian rights group.
At least 43 people were killed and about 239 others were wounded in what officials described as a terror attack. BuzzFeed News correspondent Borzou Daragahi is reporting from Istanbul.
But they say that, in the longer term, intelligence sharing and security cooperation will likely continue as they have — on the bilateral level.
Staff Sgt. Louis F. Cardin is the second American combat casualty since the U.S. began targeting ISIS in 2014.
Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem was convicted of providing financial support and weapons to two men who attacked a Prophet Muhammad drawing contest last year.
Trump cited an ISIS-style video when he claimed a man who rushed a stage at a rally was connected to ISIS. But the video appears to have been made just to troll the man.
"Make sure all you isil bastards tune in Monday."
For more than a year, a Dutch jihadi has been using Tumblr to post updates and answer questions about fighting in the Middle East as a radical Islamist.
The prominent ISIS member has been a high-priority target since appearing as the terror organization's notorious on-camera killer.
U.S. forces will increase raids against ISIS strongholds in Iraq and Syria, which could include troops on the ground, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Tuesday.
A multimillion-dollar deal with a minuscule arms dealer led to the death of a US citizen, delays in arming Syrian rebels, and the purchase of weapons from a pro-Russia dictatorship — all for a pile of defective 30-year-old weapons.
Refugees are crossing the Austrian-Hungarian border on their way to Europe — and volunteers across Austria are helping to deliver aid to them.
More than 1,000 Syrians began marching from Budapest to Austria Friday as they fled violence in their own war-torn country. Along the way, local residents provided some help.
During a security forum Wednesday, FBI Director James Comey described ISIS as more dangerous than the terror group that carried out the 9/11 attacks.
A 23-year-old Massachusetts man who supported ISIS and wanted to carry out a terrorist attack has been charged with federal firearms offenses.
Three suicide bombers targeted a police base in Anbar province, killing at least 30 Iraqi security forces and wounding more than 40.
Neil Prakash, who goes by the name Abu Khaled al-Cambodi, may have been in contact with a group of Melbourne men arrested last week for plotting to attack ANZAC Day celebrations.
The Department of Justice announced the arrests of U.S. Army National Guard Soldier Hasan Edmonds, 22, and his cousin Jonas Edmonds, 29, on Thursday.
The Combined Joint Task Force forced the extremist group out of Al Baghdadi, Iraq, and seven nearby villages, officials reported Friday.
The video was released Saturday and shows the fighters paraded in cages. It concludes by saying the men were executed.
The men were allegedly part of a network training terrorists to fight in Iraq and Syria.
The video, apparently released by ISIS, comes after the group tried to secure the release of a convicted terrorist in Jordan in exchange for Goto's freedom.
Abu Malik worked in one of Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons facilities before joining ISIS.
The failed suicide bomber has been out of the public eye for eight years, so why is ISIS demanding she be released now?
Kurdish forces said Monday they regained control of the Syrian border town from the Islamic State militants.
The Japanese government has still yet to publicly confirm the video's authenticity.
The video purports to show an ISIS member threatening to kill two Japanese men unless they receive a $200 million ransom in 72 hours. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said the pair's lives were his "top priority."
Mehdi Masroor Biwas was taken into custody in Bangalore on Saturday, after a British media outlet identified him earlier this week.
Officials aren’t clear whether the top ISIS commander was part of the vehicle convoy.
Kurdish fighters say their forces clashed with ISIS militants in Kobani, a day after Turkish lawmakers authorized military incursions against the extremist group.
The suspected U.S.-led strikes killed more than a dozen ISIS militants Wednesday night, a monitoring group reported. Five civilians were also said to have been killed.
In a statement, Henning's wife said she heard that the court ruled the aid worker was not a spy.
The U.S. and partners launched dozens of strikes on terror targets in Syria Monday night. Photos and videos offered a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the offensive.
Some reports have begun to emerge that civilians were killed.
18-year-old man shot dead by police in Melbourne's southeast. Allegedly threatened to kill Australian PM Tony Abbott.
Abdulkader Hariri, claiming to be in Raqqa, Syria, appears to have shared the news of the airstrikes by the U.S. and partner forces on ISIS targets in Syria nearly 30 minutes before being confirmed by the Pentagon.
A senior administration official told reporters Monday some of the 100 Americans who have fought for ISIS in Syria are back on US soil.
"I mentioned several weeks ago if ISIS wants to come into the United States they'll contact the drug cartels."
The bill will also end the 2001 and 2002 AUMF laws. "If Congress just sits on its hands, it will rue the day that it did because it will set a precedent."
John Kerry opted to call the mission a "very significant counter-terrorism" mission instead.
The terrorist organization's forces have doubled, and possibly tripled, in size after recent victories, according to the CIA.