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A van hit pedestrians in Barcelona's Las Ramblas area, a popular tourist spot, in what police are calling a "terror attack."
Britain's royals pay tribute to the victims of last month's terror attack in London.
ISIS takes credit for any terror attack, and folks who would flunk a test on Middle East politics are quick to claim they are ISIS loyalists, to make themselves feel bigger than they really are.
We are saddened to hear of the news of the terror attacks in Jeddah, Qatif, and Medina, Saudi Arabia on July 5. On behalf of the American Jewish Congress (AJCongress), we extend our condolences to the families of all those killed and injured in these attacks.
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If you are at all like me, you woke up Sunday morning to the horrific story out of Orlando, Florida that rocked you to the core. Many Americans are left wondering how we can process the grief, frustration, fear and anger that washes over us every time there is a senseless attack on innocent people in our country. The sad fact is we simply do not have the tools or the tests to predict who is or is not going to commit an act of violence. But, what we can do is work to prevent the senseless acts from happening by being more situationally aware.
Some rights groups warn it could lead to abuse.
Hasan Edmonds and the agent allegedly discussed avoiding detection by law enforcement, as well as potential places to attack
12 Dead in Paris Magazine Terror Attack
Asked on the Hugh Hewitt radio show whether he believes the United States could survive the decade without another attack
The piece regarding the Woolwich terror attack, which resulted in the death of soldier Lee Rigby, also urged governments
When one considers how completely out of whack our defense budget is in the post 9/11 age of perpetual war, the cuts will still leave us with a military budget that dwarfs all other countries combined.
When you say things that legitimize acts of terror executed by America's sworn enemy -- whose side are you really on?
Kristian Berg Harpviken, director of Norway's Peace Research Institute Oslo, explains why the Norwegian capital might have
"This is Baghdad and not Algiers," bemoaned a stunned witness on Canal Algerie, the Algerian television network. The booby
U.S. and NATO forces are not fighting "terrorists" in Afghanistan but a loose alliance of Pashtun warrior tribes whose resistance to foreign occupation is legendary.
Government officials have been quietly stepping up counterterror efforts out of a growing concern that al Qaeda or similar
John McCain said Friday he expects the presidential election this fall will increase the occurrence of "spectacular" terror