CIA Director John Brennan told Congress on Thursday that America has yet to contain the global reach of the Islamic State.
NATO said Wednesday it will keep its bases in Afghanistan open and possibly extend its mission there, while US officials may postpone the withdrawal of thousands of troops planned for later this year.
Even after the mass shooting in Orlando this weekend Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric is not the way forward, President Obama said in a speech Tuesday.
Testimony from an American who joined ISIS in Syria and then defected could be used to persuade others to stay out of the fight.
In a Saturday evening televised speech, Rodrigo Duterte, president-elect for the Philippines, recently urged citizens to kill drug dealers in their neighborhood.
A Frenchman detained last month with a cache of weapons had planned attacks during Euro 2016, according to Ukrainian police. The US State Department has issued a related Europe Travel Alert.
Al Shabaab, an Al Qaeda affiliate that aims to overthrow the government of Somalia, claimed responsibility for the attack.
More world leaders, weary of military efforts against terrorism, turn to preventing violent extremism. They’re seeking help from private groups and everyday folk in thwarting radicalization of young people.
Social media companies such as Twitter need to do more to keep terrorists from using their platforms as digital mouthpieces and that means prioritizing national security matters over some users' privacy concerns.
The death of the Taliban's leader is unlikely to bring the group to the bargaining table in Afghanistan. But drone strikes are a tool with potential – and risks.
Microsoft announced on Friday that it will ban content 'used to promote terrorist violence or recruit for terrorist groups' on most – but not all – of its platforms.
Pakistan is protesting the attack that killed Taliban leader Mullah Mohammed Akhtar Mansour on Saturday, accusing the U.S. government of not informing them of their plans before the drone strike.