What if a Tunisia-type attack hit Europe's biggest city? Secret preparations have been years in the planning.
Adam Gadahn criticized the militant group for killing fellow Muslims.
Police arrested 23-year-old Alaa Saadeh on Monday morning.
The Obama administration on Wednesday is expected to change its hostage policy.
An alarming 32,727 people were killed in 13,463 attacks in 2014.
Authorities arrested Nicholas Rovinski as the third man allegedly connected to the plot.
The fate of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber, is raising questions similar to those about McVeigh. On June 19, 1997, "Newsweek" published an article examining McVeigh's trial.
The news comes a week after an internal TSA investigation found major holes in security at America’s busiest airports.
While TSA agents hunt for liquids and knives, they are failing to find explosives and guns.
A man fatally shot by police and another suspect arrested reportedly conspired to kill an officer.
The surveys ask children as young as nine about their religious beliefs.
The decision comes just months after the president lifted restrictions between the two countries.
The suspect was seen along the route of Frankfurt's May 1 cycle race.
Dozens of people from the Minneapolis-St. Paul area have attempted to travel overseas to support Islamic State or al Shabaab since 2007, including six young men charged Monday.
Andrew Niccol’s new film captures the price paid by the men behind the controls of America's war on terror.
A new book examines what shaped the men who launched the Boston Marathon attack.
Farekh hoped to become a martyr.
The nearly 15-hour siege on the Garissa University College campus was the worst attack on Kenyan soil since the U.S. embassy was bombed in 1998.
For now, momentum is all on the Islamic State’s side.
Fighting is still going on at the Hotel Maka Al Mukaram in Mogadishu, Al Shabaab’s military operations spokesman said.
The embassy warned it had received information of possible terrorist threats to locations frequented by Westerners in the capital Kampala.
Boko Haram militants were reported to have kidnapped more than 400 women and children from the northern Nigerian town of Damasak that was freed this month by troops from Niger and Chad.
Theresa May announced plans to combat non-violent extremism, but campaigners condemned lack of action.
Terrorist group posts what it says are names, U.S. addresses and photos of 100 targets.