Two men already held on charges they conspired to help the Islamic State group have pleaded not guilty to additional terrorism charges. The two were charged in a superseding indictment with hatching a plot to kill a conservative blogger following instructions handed down by an Islamic State recruiter operating overseas.
Terrorism & Threats
North Korea attempted to launch two powerful intermediate-range missiles on Thursday, bringing the number of apparent failures in recent weeks to three.
A cease-fire that for two months brought relief to war-stricken Syrians has effectively collapsed, particularly in northern Syria, which has seen intense fighting and a military buildup. Here are some of the key events in the conflict.
The White House is set to release at least part of a 28-page secret chapter from a congressional inquiry into 9/11 that may reveal Saudi Arabian connections, which begs the question: If the White House doesn't release all of the pages, what's being kept secret?
The April Terror Threat Snapshot shows an alarming number of ISIS-related arrests in the U.S. and disturbing news about released Guantanamo Bay inmates.
Three American Muslim leaders were named in the latest so-called ISIS kill list in an effort to inject fear into the men and their families.