FBI Director Christopher Wray testified Tuesday that the terror threat facing the United States has reached unprecedented levels since the Oct. 7 attack on Israel.
While officials say there are no credible threats at this time, they point to recent events to show that hate is translating into threats - if not outright violence.
The victims, identified as a Briton, a South African, and their Ugandan guide, fell victim to what authorities have termed a "cowardly" attack.
Belgian authorities raised the terror alert to its highest level in the capital late Monday after the fatal shooting of two Swedes in Brussels that Prime Minister Alexander De Croo suggested was linked to “terrorism."
On the 22nd anniversary of the September 11 attacks, New York City experienced a poignant and symbolic moment as a vibrant rainbow appeared in the sky.
Memories of what happened on 9/11 still sting. The magnitude of lives lost still shocks. And every year families of the victims gather to remember.
Heavy downpours didn’t make it any easier for the hundreds who showed up at the 9/11 beachside memorial service in Point Lookout.
For those who walked the grounds in uniform that Tuesday, like William Sollin, just after the buildings were reduced to rubble, the anniversary of the attack is a day to remember the cost of fulfilling a calling.
Thousands were killed that day when a series of hijacked planes were flown into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and an open field in Pennsylvania.
People are gathering at memorials, firehouses, city halls, campuses and elsewhere to observe the 22nd anniversary of the deadliest terror attack on U.S. soil.
Omar Alkattoul, 19, of Sayreville, pleaded guilty to transmitting a threat in interstate and foreign commerce. He faces up to five years in prison when he's sentenced.
Ted Kaczynski, known as the “Unabomber," who carried out a 17-year bombing campaign that killed three people and injured 23 others, died by suicide, four people familiar with the matter told The Associated Press.
Sayfullo Saipov was given 10 life sentences and another 260 years in prison for killing eight people with a truck on a bike path in Manhattan.
There are no known threats to this year’s Boston Marathon, but on the 10-year anniversary of the terrorist attack that killed three spectators, federal, state and city law enforcement leaders said Thursday that they are prepared for anything.
A split among jurors means there will be no death penalty for Sayfullo Saipov, the Islamic extremist who maniacally raced a truck along a popular New York City bike path, killing eight people.
Darren Drake, 32, was one of the eight people killed by Sayfullo Saipov in a 2017 terrorist attack.
There was a delay in death-penalty deliberations in the case against terrorist Sayfullo Saipov, but jurors are now back at it.
Law enforcement and Jewish organizations across the nation are on high alert after a neo-Nazi group proclaimed Saturday to be a "National Day of Hate."
Lawyers for a man convicted of killing eight people along a Manhattan bike path five years ago say prosecutors are unfairly using emotional testimony from victims' families to try to win a death penalty ruling from a jury.
The capture of the ISIS official comes the day after another top ISIS official was killed by U.S. forces.