President Obama pleads not to let fear of Islamic State or Syrian refugees play into IS hands. He’s right but must do more in this critical homefront against the purveyors of fear.
Kuwaiti authorities moved against an Islamic State-affiliated cell that reportedly has provided material support to the terrorist group.
The 2011 arrest of two Iraqi refugees who had settled in Kentucky has added faces to the fears of politicians wary of allowing Syrian asylum seekers to settle in the United States.
An awkward, at times profane, exchange between comedy talk show host Stephen Colbert and Bill Maher reflects the conflation of Islam with terrorism – and the debate over how to respond to the terrorist attacks in Paris.
The satirical weekly, Charlie Hebdo, transformed into global symbol by last January's terrorist attacks, responds to Paris' latest trauma with fierce joie de vivre.
After declaring war on the Islamic State, Anonymous says it has taken down more than 5,500 Twitter accounts associated with various IS members and associates. Will this information warfare work?
Or are digital vigilantes just hindering government efforts to pursue and disrupt the militant group?
In the US, crimes motivated by race, religion, gender, and sexual orientation fell slightly in 2014, a new FBI report has found.
Anonymous intensified its months-long fight against the Islamic State group, one of the most political cyber wars yet from a group better known for antagonizing governments than aiding them.
Although Islamic terrorism dominates media attention, homegrown extremism, especially by white supremacists, has undergone a revival during the Obama years.
Jordanian officials haven't commented on the likely motives of the gunman who turned on his trainers at a police facility on Monday. Six people died in the attack, including the Jordanian attacker.
Federal prosecutors say four suspects, including two former Ohio State University students, collaborated to send money and other support to former Al-Qaeda leader Anwar al-Awlaki.
Protesters took to the streets of Dhaka, accusing the government of an insufficient response to the murders of secular writers and publishers.