A North Carolina man was sentenced to life in prison on Tuesday for attempting to commit an act of mass terrorism in support of the Islamic State.
An Alabama military complex was put on lockdown Tuesday following reports of an active shooter, but authorities lifted the lockdown in all but one building and said they do not believe there is an ongoing threat.
Chinese authorities released free speech activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo on Monday after he was diagnosed with late-stage terminal liver cancer.
The White House on Monday cautioned the Syrian government against using chemical weapons, warning President Bashar al-Assad that there would be a “heavy price” if his regime used the weapons again.
A new wave of leaks targeting the Trump administration has actively endangered ongoing intelligence and military operations being conducted by the United States and its allies, sparking anger and concern inside and outside the White House, according to multiple conversations with senior U.S. officials intimately familiar with the situation.
The FBI will not confirm or deny the existence of records showing whether the bureau paid the researcher behind the unverified, controversial dossier alleging ties between President Donald Trump and Russia.
Government websites in the United States, mainly from Ohio, were hacked on Sunday around 11:00 a.m. to display a pro-Islamic State message.
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to review the legality of President Donald Trump’s executive order barring travel from six countries in the Middle East and North Africa.