The U.S. military killed 18 fighters of the allied Syrian Democratic Forces in a friendly fire incident in northern Syria.
Juan Thompson, a former journalist arrested for allegedly making bomb threats against a number of Jewish schools and community centers, pleaded "not guilty" in New York.
The device was found near a multi-ethnic neighborhood that is home to bars and restaurants.
Russia's ruthless counterterrorism approach has not stopped terrorism.
Three men have reportedly been detained, while the nine-storey building has been evacuated.
Monday's bombing in St. Petersburg followed a long history of militant attacks on Russia under President Vladimir Putin.
According to state news reports, President Vladimir Putin said investigators are considering various causes, including terrorism.
All 10 airports targeted by the laptop ban are located in Muslim-majority countries.
Influential Japanese lawmakers have begun publicly campaigning to end Tokyo's U.S.-imposed pacifism and prepare for a potential preemptive strike on nuclear-armed North Korea.
Authorities discovered notes at his home declaring that Sharia law should be implemented across the world.
The Islamic State group threatened India's iconic Taj Mahal as bombings and sabotage rocked the surrounding tourist city of Agra.
A number of Jewish Community Centers have reported a decline in preschool enrollment following waves of bomb threats.
Elite forces freed 32 people imprisoned by the extremist group in Helmand province.
Thompson once wrote for "The Intercept," which later said it had "discovered a pattern of deception" in his work.
Vandals knocked over more than 500 tombstones at Mount Carmel Cemetery, days after a similar incident occurred at a Jewish cemetery near St. Louis.
The would-be attacker's explosives, hidden in his underwear, failed to explode.
The kidnap took place during an exam in the eastern province of Nangarhar.