The FBI called it a terror investigation and sources revealed that the female shooter in the California bloodbath pledged her loyalty to ISIS but the Obama administration was still hesitating Friday to declare that the massacre was terrorism.
The White House on Monday announced changes to a program that allows visa-free travel to the U.S. from partner countries in the wake of the Paris terror attacks.
Lt. Gen. (ret.) Michael Flynn, who served as head of the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) from 2012 to 2014, spoke to the German Der Spiegel on Sunday about the war against Islamic State (ISIS).
A leader of New York City’s Syrian community told The Post on Wednesday that ISIS terrorists have “absolutely” sneaked into America by posing as civil-war refugees — and joined sleeper cells just waiting to be activated.
Two Air France passenger planes heading from the US to Paris’s Charles de Gaulle Airport were diverted late Tuesday amid security scares.
WASHINGTON — Defense Secretary Ash Carter suddenly fired his top military aide Thursday citing allegations of misconduct, and referred the matter to the department’s inspector general.
The youth from Long Island who was wounded in a terror attack while spending Shabbat in Hevron has recently returned to New York along with his father.
US pressure on Israel to release Palestinian terrorists with blood on their hands made it more likely that violent attacks against Israelis would occur, charged Yigal Henkin in a letter he wrote to US Ambassador Dan Shapiro.
The United States State Department has placed Samir Kuntar, a Lebanese-born terrorist who spent over 30 years in Israeli prison, on its terror blacklist.
BEIRUT — Unconfirmed reports suggesting that Russia was planning to expand its military support for Syrian President Bashar Assad prompted a warning from the US that such actions could lead to a confrontation with coalition forces.