On the day the Islamic State overran the Iraqi city of Mosul in 2014, there were some materials nearby they could have used to make a 'dirty bomb'.
Among the fireworks of the Fourth of July came an unwelcome surprise: North Korea fired a missile with a high loft and claimed a successful test of a true Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM).
The U.S. and its coalition partners are on the verge of defeating ISIS. But the real question is after the defeat of ISIS, what’s next for Iraq?
Destinations include the violence-plagued Democratic Republic of Congo, ISIS-targeted Iraqi Kurdistan, and the no-friend-of-the-United States: North Korea.
North Korea may have more plutonium that could be used to boost its nuclear weapons stockpile than previously thought, according to a U.S. monitoring group.
The recent "ransomware" events created headaches and headlines – but also masked a greater cyber-issue: chaos and disruption on the Internet as the new normal.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is on the cusp of having something his father and grandfather could only dream of — the ability to unleash a nuclear attack on the United States.
According to the “cyber resilience” experts at UpGuard, a configuration oversight leaked data on upwards of 14 million Verizon customers.
A group that monitors the war in Syria said Tuesday it has "confirmed information" about the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, but the US hasn't confirmed.
An active duty U.S. soldier was arrested on terrorism charges after authorities say he pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group and said he wanted to "kill a bunch of people."