British security forces continue their hunt for the people responsible for a deadly bombing in the city of Manchester. What investigative capabilities do UK officials possess? William Brangham talks with former White House National Security official R.P. Eddy, co-author of…
By PBS NewsHour
The United Kingdom is mourning the victims of a suicide bombing. Twenty-two people were killed, including an 8-year-old girl, Monday night at the end of a pop concert. The attacker has been identified as a Briton of Libyan descent, and…
By PBS NewsHour
What does the deadly attack at an Ariana Grande concert in the United Kingdom mean for the global fight against terrorism? Hari Sreenivasan gets analysis from Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens of George Washington University and Michael Leiter, former director of the United…
By Joshua Barajas
Here's what journalists and police have uncovered about the attack at an Ariana Grande concert, which injured dozens and killed 22 people Monday.
By Richard Lardner, Associated Press
The United States' top intelligence official says the U.S. has not yet verified that the Islamic State group is responsible for the attack in Manchester, England, but called the deadly incident a reminder of how serious the terror threat remains.
President Trump leaves Friday for his first overseas trip, with visits planned for Saudi Arabia, Israel, the West Bank, the Vatican for an audience with the pope and to Sicily for a G7 Summit. Judy Woodruff gets perspectives from former…
By Vivian Salama and Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
President Donald Trump's national security adviser insisted that Trump's revelations to Russian officials about activities by the Islamic State group amounted to a routine sharing of information.
By Vivian Salama, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — The presidents of the United States and Turkey vowed Tuesday to repair a relationship battered by years of disputes over Syria's civil war and its various fighting groups, even as they broached a new disagreement over U.S. plans…
By Associated Press
The conversation will take place amid reports by The Washington Post that Trump revealed highly classified information to senior Russian officials at a meeting last week, putting a source of intelligence about the Islamic State extremist group at risk.
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
President Donald Trump defended revealing information to Russian officials, saying in a pair of tweets Tuesday that he shared "facts pertaining to terrorism and airline flight safety" and had "the absolute right" to do so.
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