Not everything that is sneaky, or unfair, that kills people is terrorism.
Newsweek Europe editor Matt McAllester takes us inside this week's issue.
Two men were arrested last week after allegedly displaying a sign referring to Basque militant group ETA.
The Justice Department is considering legal changes to combat domestic anti-government extremists.
Since 2002, right-wing militants have killed more people in the United States than jihadis have.
The boy had intended to write that he lived in a "terraced" house but his teachers called the police.
To summarize the anti-ISIS bombing calculus: 30,000 terrorists minus 25,000 dead equals 30,000.
We need to separate legitimate free speech from online abuses that threaten the lives of others.
More than two decades of dogged legal work finally paid off.
In the last decade, terrorists of all persuasions have killed 71 persons in the United States.
These weapons are readily available on the black market.
Vigorous independent oversight of counterterrorism activities sacrifices neither liberty nor security.
Paul, Cruz and Carson are peddling egregious untruths linking refugees to terror.
Obama has provided regular, public updates about national security since the December 2 attack in San Bernardino.
Los Angeles Unified School District closed all their schools and campuses.