ST. PAUL, Minn. — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is unveiling her plan to strengthen the nation's defenses against terrorism with a speech in Minnesota, a state that has wrestled with recruiting for extremist groups for years.
By Josh Lederman, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama says the United States military and allied forces are hitting the Islamic State group harder than ever.
Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin stands at the helm of the U.S government's fight against two growing international problems, terrorism and hacking, overseeing criminal cases brought against ISIS supporters and those involving the hacking of private companies…
By Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
Bullets were still flying in San Bernardino when President Barack Obama, sitting for a scheduled television interview, issued a now-familiar call for more gun control. Around the same time Wednesday night, in an interview at his golf course in Northern…
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama said there is currently no "specific and credible" intelligence indicating a terrorist plot on the United States, as he sought to reassure anxious Americans for the Thanksgiving holiday.
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The State Department is alerting Americans to the possible risks of travel due to increased terrorist threats around the world.
By Associated Press
Donald Trump says he wants a database, watch lists and unspecified other "checks and balances" to track Muslims in the U.S.
By Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
Lawmakers and more than half of U.S. governors, mostly Republicans, have raised questions about the vetting process for Syrian refugees being brought to the United States. Some said they were worried that Islamic extremists may try to take advantage of…
By Bill Barrow, Associated Press
Some advisers to Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson say he is struggling to grasp the complexities of foreign policy, his closest confident said Tuesday, acknowledging their frustration while adding the political newcomer is making progress.
By Elisabeth Ponsot
Authorities launched an international search Sunday for a suspect wanted in connection with the wave of coordinated terror attacks that hit several locations in Paris on Friday, killing at least 129 people.
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