Report: Sayfullo Saipov was radicalized while living in the U.S.; New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said there is no evidence to suggest a wider terror plot.
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Uber has confirmed that the man suspected of driving a vehicle down a bike path near the World Trade Center site, killing eight people, was one of its drivers.
A man in a rented pickup truck mowed down pedestrians and cyclists along a busy bike path near the World Trade Center memorial on Tuesday, killing at least eight and seriously injuring 11.
The Trump administration said Monday it would contribute an initial $60 million to help five nations in Africa's Sahel region build a cross-border counterterrorism force but balked at a plan to provide multilateral support through the United Nations.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Saturday that the threat of a nuclear missile attack by North Korea is accelerating.
Egyptian security forces suffered significant losses last week when they attempted to raid an alleged hideout belonging to the Islamic State.
Through seven nations across three different parts of the world, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson devoted himself to his president's overarching foreign policy mission: Defeating terrorism.
Analyst says it's possible that North Korea already has one or two satellites that may be weaponized with an EMP capability to harm the United States.
Prosecutors showed a Malaysian court airport security videos that detail the movements of four North Korean suspects who allegedly planned and helped two women to kill Kim Jong Un's estranged half brother.
A man who described himself as a sympathizer of ISIS faces terrorism-related charges stemming from a purported plot to bomb a Miami-area shopping mall.