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.
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.
These are the first criminal charges to come from special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into foreign meddling in the 2016 election stem from different activities.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his longtime business partner Rick Gates have been charged in a 12-count indictment with conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money and making false statements.
NATO allies have raised concerns about what they call Russia's use of a kind of electronic warfare during military exercises last month that jammed some phone networks.
Homeland Security Week Day One featured an examination of how intelligence agencies and police departments are expanding the ways they gather and share intelligence.
The Army is buying hundreds of ground robots that could bolster the way soldiers respond to nuclear, biological and chemical threats.
A new report contends that an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack by North Korea on the U.S. would ultimately wipe out 90 percent of our population.
On October 17, a federal judge sentenced the mastermind of a smuggling ring who brought dozens of illegal immigrants from terrorist hot spots into the U.S..
Virtual kidnappings used to be relatively limited to the Southwest border states. However, they have been spreading across the U.S.