A new Quinnipiac poll shows American voters supporting a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants reached a new low.
The FBI was ordered by Congress to carry out an external review of its efforts to combat domestic radicalization less than a month before two ethnic-Chechen terrorists bombed the Boston marathon.
More than seven months after his son was murdered by terrorists during an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, the father of murdered Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods is still waiting to hear from the White House and State Department.
Instagram is no longer just for hipsters. Another cohort has adopted the trendy photo-sharing service: terrorists.
European Union courts have quietly rolled back economic sanctions on several Iranian banks that have long been suspected of transferring funds to terrorist groups such as Hamas, Hezbollah, and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, among others.
Bulgarian officials on Tuesday implicated the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah in a targeted bombing last year that killed five Israeli tourists.
The online store Amazon.com is profiting from the sale of speeches and writings by one of the world’s most notorious terrorists despite objections from those who argue the website is facilitating the dissemination of violent jihadist propaganda.
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has detailed the terrorist activities and affiliations of Palestinians the New York Times claimed were simply “cameramen” in a report that accused Israel of targeting journalists in the Gaza Strip.
The goal of Israel’s defensive strike of Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip is to “cripple the terrorists capabilities,” Israeli Lt. Col. Avital Leibovich said to reporters during a telephone briefing Wednesday afternoon.
The Israeli military commenced what government officials are calling a “widespread campaign on terror sites and operatives in the Gaza Strip, chief among them Hamas and Islamic Jihad targets” after suffering nearly a week of rocket attacks on its territory.