Trump refused to apologize for racist comments regarding four Democratic congresswomen on Monday.
Researchers found lower activity in parts of the brain associated with reasoning and cognitive control.
Trump signed an executive grant of clemency for ex-Army First Lieutenant Michael Behenna after he was sentenced to prison by a military court for "unpremeditated murder in a combat zone."
Jamal Al Badawi had long been on the FBI's list of most wanted terrorists and had been a high-profile figure in Al-Qaeda.
U.K. Security Minister Ben Wallace said he and other officials are kept "awake at night" by the fear of Al-Qaeda staging a new attack on a plane.
The deals may be in jeopardy after local challenges emerged to two precarious international arrangements designed to avoid new violence.
A voice said to be of Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri says, "Seventeen years have passed since Bush launched his Crusader war against Muslims."
American journalist Austin Tice is still missing four years after the deaths of James Foley and Steven Sotloff.
Some militants are still fighting while others are "hiding out in sympathetic communities and urban areas," according to a new U.N. report.
Hillary Clinton deeply regrets not supporting Iranian protesters. Let us not deeply regret abandonment.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accused Tehran of using Iran deal funds to back the Lebanese Shiite Muslim Hezbollah, as well as the jihadi Sunni Muslim groups.
A suicide bomber killed up to 15 in the Somali town of Wanlaweyn, located near the Baledogle Airfield.
Every day those 2,000 U.S. troops remain in Syria, we remain saddled with enormous strategic risk.
Hamza bin Laden cited State Department documents in his latest propaganda video.
The body of Lieutenant Colonel Arnaud Beltrame, 44, was transported across Paris in a procession on Wednesday morning to Les Invalides military museum, the burial site of Napoleon Bonaparte.
A gunman who was under police surveillance for radical views killed three people in separate incidents in southern France.
Tensions between local and international actors have led to nonstop violence and more than 500,000 deaths, but there are some signs of rehabilitation.
Mohammed Mahmoud Abu al-Maali, a Mauritanian expert on ISIS and Al-Qaeda in the region, told Newsweek the U.S. military had a destabilizing effect.
Attacks on Western interests tripled in five years.
The axis of Russia, Iran and Syria faced attacks from Turkey in Afrin and Western pressure to cease bombing rebels in eastern Ghouta.
It includes the militants' elusive leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as well as his second-in-command.
The militant leader said Muslims should use whatever means available to carry out attacks following the U.S.'s White House decision.
After ISIS was mostly defeated in the east, the Syrian military set its sights on rebel-held Idlib, while Turkey targeted U.S.-backed Kurds in Afrin, Aleppo.