The Taliban announced Wednesday that an extremist religious scholar with zero military experience would take over the jihadist group after a U.S. drone strike killed its former leader.
A pair of U.S. senators moved Tuesday to cut funding to foreign nations that lose control of prisoners formerly detained at Guantanamo Bay in an effort to prevent them from rejoining terrorism.
Official Palestinian Authority media glorified an attacker who murdered 29-year-old U.S. Army veteran Taylor Force and wounded nearly a dozen others in Israel earlier this year.
The United States under the Obama administration has halted the practice of blacklisting domestic organizations that pose as charities to raise money for terrorist groups.
Sarah Rudder, a former U.S. Marine who lost a leg in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, won seven medals during the international Invictus Games put on for wounded service members earlier this week.
At least 75 homegrown violent extremists were found to be operating across the United States in 2015, with the largest portion of these individuals pledging allegiance to the ISIS terror group, according to recent figures published by New Jersey’s Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.
The Obama administration is facing criticism over what some lawmakers allege is an overly permissive attitude toward terrorism financing by foreign nations, according to new congressional communication obtained by the Washington Free Beacon that presses U.S. officials to hold these nations accountable enabling terror.
An employee at the U.S. Central Command was removed from her post for cursing after she allegedly spoke up about the distortion of intelligence reports on ISIS.