Guantánamo's youngest prisoner was forced into joining militants in Afghanistan.
A jury found Ibrahim Suleiman Adnan Adam Harun, known by the nom de guerre Spin Ghul, guilty of all counts.
"Defeating Al-Qaeda” is no longer a meaningful frame for the struggle to make the world safe.
Jihadi group says pair were killed for “practicing and promoting homosexuality.”
The U.S. regards AQAP training camp as one of the deadliest branches of the network founded by Osama bin Laden.
Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has taken advantage of conflict in the region.
Ali Alvi al-Hamidi, 31, pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn.
TSA failed to detect 75 percent of bomb parts at LAX and 60 percent at O’Hare.
A prominent Shi'ite Muslim cleric and dozens of al Qaeda members were among those killed.
Six people were detained in Italy, four in Britain and three in Norway.
An American-backed reconciliation process in Afghanistan has been cast into doubt.
Bin Laden’s successor, hiding with the Taliban in Afghanistan, breaks a year-long silence.
Comey credited the group’s success to its sophisticated social media campaign.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism released their monthly tally of American drone strikes on Tuesday.
Leader of the Nusra Front says Syria will not be used "as a launching pad to attack U.S. or Europe."
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula said on Thursday a U.S. air strike had killed the senior figure who issued the group's claim of responsibility for the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris.
"We need to focus all efforts we can on an international mediation," the European Union's foreign policy chief said on Wednesday.
For now, momentum is all on the Islamic State’s side.
Lars Vilks, who has a $100,000 terrorist bounty on his head, went into hiding following February's Copenhagen shooting.
Jordan’s ambivalence toward ISIS and Al-Qaeda makes it unlikely it will maintain its tough stance.