Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says a move by the Trump administration to allow 3D-printed gun files to be released on the internet would make it easier for terrorists and criminals to access weapons.
By Alexis Adele, Associated Press
French forces have killed 33 Islamic extremists in central Mali, French President Emmanuel Macron said Saturday. He made the announcement on the second day of his three-day trip to West Africa that has been dominated by the growing threat posed…
By David Porter, Associated Press
The detective was killed last week in a domestic terrorism attack linked to an anti-Semitic fringe movement.
By Brendan Farrington, Mike Balsamo, Associated Press
The FBI is working under the presumption that a fatal shooting at a Florida naval base carried out by an aviation student from Saudi Arabia was an act of terrorism, the agency said Sunday.
A Saudi Arabian military officer who shot and killed three people and wounded eight others Friday at the Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida had watched videos of mass shootings with other Saudi nationals just a day before the rampage,…
The U.S. has been fighting in Afghanistan since shortly after 9/11, ousting the Taliban and their harsh interpretation of Islam from power that fall. But the insurgent group as which it reformed has plagued Afghanistan with violence ever since. Now,…
The hearing is on terrorism, but it's highly likely lawmakers will ask Acting Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan about his time within the administration.
By Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
A longtime police employee stabbed four colleagues to death Thursday before he was shot and killed. A background search led to the investigation for murders committed "in relation with a terrorist enterprise" and "criminal association with terrorists," the Paris prosecutors'…
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
Jarrett William Smith, a 24-year old private first class infantry soldier stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas, was charged with one count of distributing information related to explosives and weapons of mass destruction.
Chinese military exercises Thursday near the border with Hong Kong reiterated the country’s waning patience with months of pro-democracy demonstrations, some turning violent. Beijing officials have referred to the protests as “terrorism,” and even some Hong Kong residents have grown…
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