Kids in the United Kingdom will soon be taught how to survive a terror attack from an animated film, and it involves putting down their phones.
The report from Democratic staffers of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee said vital programs could see their budgets slashed.
Defining what terrorism is can be contentious but over the years scholars have identified several distinct waves.
Behind the rapid response is years of training and lessons learnt from attacks in other major cities.
The enhanced security measures would be similar to a ban already imposed on airports in eight Middle Eastern nations.
The rules, announced on Tuesday, cover carry-on electronic devices on planes flying from 10 airports in eight Muslim-majority nations in the Middle East and North Africa.
Exercise was designed to test the response of authorities to a hypothetical terror attack.
Witnesses reported seeing the victims being bundled into an unmarked van.
Officials have redoubled efforts to prevent attacks like those in Germany and France this year in which suspected Islamic militants intentionally drove trucks into holiday crowds, killing dozens of civilians.
Unidentified item found during a house search in Devon, western England.
Witnesses saw the individual acting suspiciously near the City2 shopping center.
Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich participated in a town hall on Tuesday night in Milwaukee.
Demonstrators ignored an official call for solidarity marches following Tuesday's bomb attacks to be postponed.
The government will increase police powers for raids and house arrests.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that New York is the country's "chief terror target" and vigilance is needed every day.
The president is calling for a new leader to replace Syrian President Bashar Assad to help defeat ISIS.
Three were wounded in a shooting by a machine gun-toting attacker on a high-speed train between Amsterdam and Paris.
What if a Tunisia-type attack hit Europe's biggest city? Secret preparations have been years in the planning.
A generational gap in the memories of 9/11 and partisan politics now seems to drive the civil liberties and security debate.