Social media companies are increasingly targeting extremist far-right material online, while being dragged into a culture war with mainstream conservatism.
White supremacists highlight the importance of engaging with Trump supporters strategically, when attempting to radicalize them.
Several of the group's radicalized members were set for release when the organization was uncovered.
Donald Trump's cuts to the United Nations refugee aid budget are putting more than 1 million lives at risk and threaten to radicalize a new generation of Palestinians, according to the head of the U.N. Relief and Works Agency.
The 18-year-old killed two people and injured six more in the southwest Finnish city of Turku.
Washington considers Abu Mohammed al-Jolani to be one of the world's most wanted extremists.
The group claimed responsibility for explosions that killed dozens of people in Homs.
ISIS magazine calls on supporters to take "blood of merry crusader citizen selling flowers."
Choudary was found guilt of inciting support for ISIS via a pledge of allegiance.
This symbolic victory over Islamism and hatred in the U.K. remains just that—symbolic.
The 15-year-old is the son of an imam that Belgium is attempting to deport to the Netherlands.
Authorities detained relative of Cherif Kouachi in Turkey on his way to the war-torn country.
Washington considers using Moscow's leverage to halt Assad's strikes against Syrian rebels.
Paul Refsdal embedded himself with Al-Qaeda's Nusra Front in Syria to detail their everyday lives.
Shakil was sentenced to six years in prison after taking her son to Syria before returning.
Endless debates about whose face lies behind the executioner's mask are futile, writes Quilliam's Haras Rafiq.
"He doesn't know anything. He's a small boy."
French initiative to isolate radicalized prisoners aids proselytizing, says new report.
Government officials have declined invitations to attend the launch of the curriculum.
The surveys ask children as young as nine about their religious beliefs.
The Caribbean has "a couple of pretty radical mosques," U.S. General John F. Kelly says.