A Massachusetts man is facing life in prison after he was convicted Wednesday of plotting to behead blogger Pamela Geller and other Americans on behalf of the Islamic State terrorist group over a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest she organized in 2015.
In the span of nine months, ISIS has gone back to being the "JV team."
The Islamic State, in the death throes of its hold on the Syrian city of Raqqa, is losing its foothold in the two nations where it established its bloody roots.
The Syrian city of Raqqa was liberated from ISIS fighters Tuesday, a commander with U.S.-backed Syrian forces said.
The U.S. military says it killed dozens of Islamic State fighters in airstrikes on two training camps in Yemen.
Around 100 fighters from the Islamic State group have surrendered since Friday in Raqqa, with the Syrian city said to be on the brink of falling to a U.S.-led coalition.
Sally “White Widow” Jones – one of the most notorious Islamic terrorist born in Britain – has been killed in a U.S. strike in Syria, U.S. authorities told its British counterparts.
The four U.S. service members killed when they were ambushed by Islamic extremists in Niger in West Africa last week were all decorated soldiers.
Zameer Ghumra, 38, was sentenced to six years in prison Friday for disseminating terrorist propaganda.
A smart and successful war on terror requires James Bonds and General Pattons, as well as one or two Bernie Madoffs – and their services are needed immediately.
Kurds in Iraq voted overwhelmingly last week in favor of seeking full independence from the central government in Baghdad – setting off a firestorm of international retaliation, including strong objections from the U.S.
ISIS militants set fire to three oil wells west of the city of Kirkuk, one of two areas of Iraq still under the terror group's control, officials said Monday.
Russia has detained members of an ISIS sleeper cell and foiled a series of terrorist attacks, according to Moscow’s top domestic intelligence agency.
A man who fatally stabbed two young female cousins Sunday while reportedly shouting "Allahu Akbar" outside Marseille's train station had been detained for shoplifting and released the day before the attack, French authorities said.
Two women were stabbed to death Sunday in a suspected terrorist attack at the Marseille train station.
A cryptic new audio message purported to be from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi appears to prove the shadowy ISIS strongman has cheated death yet again, despite Moscow's claims he was killed in battle.
As officials in the once-economically thriving nation of Libya struggle to revive oil production and establish peace, two major obstacles threaten its recovery: the influx of ISIS terrorists and the rise of transnational organized crime syndicates.
As the deadline looms for the State Department to provide over $1 billion in aid to the religious minorities in Iraq, the children of Christian and Yazidi refugees are pleading directly to president Trump to take action.
For almost seventeen years, Nitsana Darshan-Leitner and her legal team of ten at the non-governmental organization Shurat HaDin, known as the Israel Law Center in Tel Aviv, have managed to achieve the seemingly inconceivable: successfully sue – and successfully collect – hundreds of millions of dollars from terrorist groups and governments on behalf of victims’ families.
American forces on Friday conducted six precision airstrikes in Libya against an ISIS camp, killing 17 militants and destroying three vehicles, the military said in a statement.