Cyber threat to the USA? North Korea has 3,000 to 6,000 hackers and 10 to 20 percent of its military budget goes toward online operations.
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Killer Robots: Conference in Geneva discusses the possible use of autonomous weapons systems in the future, as opposition against them is on the rise.
The number of people dying from terrorism has fallen for the second year in a row, with 25,673 people losing their lives in 2016, 13% fewer than the year before and 22% less than the peak in 2014.
How is the Islamic State similar to a criminal street gang? Here are a few reasons why - including each group's bureaucratic but spread-out structure.
Authorities fear that a far-right politician could be in Syria fighting with the Islamic State or another jihadist group.
Sensationalized coverage of terrorism is dangerous, not only because it gives the terrorist cause increased exposure, but also because it pulls the focus away from other issues.
Manhattan Attack: Terrorists using vehicles as their weapon is a troubling trend; it’s an evolution that runs longer than the nearly two decades since 9/11.
Under the watchful eye of an extremely heavy police presence, crowds of spectators turned out Sunday to cheer on the runners taking part in the New York City Marathon just days after a truck attack killed eight people in lower Manhattan.
The Islamic State group has declared that the New York City bike path terrorist attacker was a "soldier of the caliphate."
Few Americans had heard of the Diversity Visa Lottery Program until President Trump publicly criticized it for allowing terrorist Sayfullo Saipov to enter the United States.