A bystander's shout during Saturday's stabbing attack on the London Tube has gone viral, and is the type of ideological condemnation that Cameron's government has looked for from the UK's Muslim community.
An ultraconservative Muslim order that preaches nonmilitancy is gaining followers across the region. Does Dawah represent an antidote to Islamic State or another threat to the West?
Cameroon has stepped up efforts in its fight against Boko Haram, including Wednesday's raid.
A new report analyzing data on Americans known to be involved with Islamic State offers recommendations. The compilation also identifies what might – and might not – be a danger to the United States.
Citing an increase in terrorist threats, the US State Department has issued a rare worldwide travel alert.
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?