A website affiliated with the Islamic State claims that the Las Vegas mass shooter, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, who killed some 58 people and injured hundreds of others did so on behalf of the Islamic State.
Hey, I’m Isis—and before we go any further, I love my name. I am still trying to figure out how my name can be found offensive to people, but enghhh we are in the age of Donald Trump—anything is possible.
With the president returning from one of the most embarrassing public displays of American diplomacy abroad, at least we can say one thing: We know where President Donald Trump stands with respect to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East and in Europe. For bad or for worse.
As if America didn’t have enough problems to worry about, the U.S. military has just dropped the largest nonnuclear bomb on Afghanistan.
Guled Omar, 22, described as a leader of a group of nine who plotted to fight for the Islamic State group, or ISIS, was sentenced to 35 years in prison by a federal judge on Wednesday, CBS News reports.
Islamic extremists reportedly rejoiced after learning of Donald Trump's stunning presidential victory and are hoping that the president-elect's "reckless actions" will "lead to a civil war," USA Today reports.
When one asks Tarek Sayed Tawfik about the centuries of theft of Egypt’s historical treasures, he becomes visibly angry.
Dahir Ahmed Adan, 20, stabbed 10 people at a mall in Minnesota on Saturday before getting shot and killed by an off-duty police officer, CBS News reports.
A Mississippi woman who pleaded guilty to conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State group was sentenced to 12 years in prison Thursday, Reuters reports.
I have not yet seen the video of the Alton Sterling shooting in Baton Rouge, La., because I refuse to watch it.
While on his rampage, Orlando, Fla., nightclub shooter Omar Mateen told 911 dispatchers that he was an "Islamic soldier" and threatened further violence by warning (falsely) that there were bombs in a car outside the club, USA Today reports.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced Sunday that limited transcripts from three phone calls authorities had with Orlando, Fla., mass shooter Omar Mateen will be released Monday, CNN reports.