By P. J. Tobia
Investigators say they have "very important" clues to what drove an attacker to bomb a concert in Manchester, England. But they face an unwelcome obstacle: intelligence leaks to the American press, fueling a diplomatic fight and a pause in intelligence…
By PBS NewsHour
President Donald Trump vowed Thursday to crack down on leaks that prompted Manchester police to withhold information from the United States about the investigation into this week's bombing. He also chastised NATO leaders for not paying their fair share to…
By Jonathan Lemire and Julie Pace, Associated Press
Home searches across Manchester have uncovered important items for the investigation into the concert bombing that left 22 people dead, Manchester's police chief announced Thursday. A British official said Manchester police have decided not to share further information on the…
By Jill Lawless, Paisley Dodds and Gregory Katz, Associated Press
The investigation into a suicide bombing in Manchester has become a hunt for accomplices. Twenty-two-year-old Salman Abedi blew himself up at a concert Monday night. On Wednesday, police in Libya arrested his father and younger brother, while British police made…
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…
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…
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.
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