Seventeen people died during the evening rush on Monday in eastern Baghdad when Islamic State militants attacked a shopping mall. The group has returned to guerrilla warfare in an effort to reassert its dominance after losing control of the capital to Iraqi forces, reports The New York Times.
After the attack earlier this month in San Bernardino, California, more Americans are worried that terrorists are winning the war against the U.S. than they have been at any point since September 11, according to CNN.
At what is likely to be his last news conference of the year before leaving for a family Christmas vacation, President Obama on Friday vowed to destroy ISIS, reports NBC News.
In the most intense fighting that northern Iraq has seen this year, at least 180 Islamic State fighters were killed in a U.S.-led assault that began about 4 p.m. Wednesday.
The FBI announced Wednesday that the San Bernardino shooters did not openly post on social media about jihad, but did have conversations about martyrdom using "private direct messages."
Only 22 percent of Americans surveyed expressed confidence in the nation's ability to prevent “lone wolf attacks in which individuals decide to act on their own."
A new study shows that house-sharing service Airbnb isn’t always accommodating for African-Americans. Research conducted by the Harvard Business School revealed that Airbnb hosts discriminate against people of color and those with ethnic names. HBS put together 6,400 fake Airbnb guest profiles, giving each profile a “White” or a “Black” name. The names were pulled from data […]
President Barack Obama on Monday vowed to accelerate the U.S.-led military campaign against the Islamic State in both Syria and Iraq, implicitly acknowledging that…
In an address delivered from the White House Oval Office, President Obama on Sunday condemned radical terrorists and ISIS, calling the group "thugs and killers" with a "perverted interpretation of Islam."
Forget about Syria. According to Slate.com, the most dangerous religious extremists originate from inside the United States. They can migrate across state lines from North and South Carolina to other areas of the U.S. without being scrutinized. Slate.com reported that out of the “27 fatal terror attacks inflicted in this country since 9/11, 20 were committed […]