Some 214 out of 234 Nigerian girls rescued from a Boko Haram camp in the Sambosa Forrest are pregnant, the United Nations said Monday (May 4). The girls are being screened for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

A Fox News pundit and so-called terrorism expert angered Britain and its Prime Minister by saying that Birmingham is a “totally Muslim” city off limits to non-believers. The goof has sparked a worldwide trend titled “#FoxNewFacts,” and the jokes are relentless as expected.

As many as 2,000 people were killed in what is being called the deadliest massacre to be carried out by Boko Haram. The terrorist group invaded and torched the Nigerian town of Baga Wednesday (Jan. 7), after overthrowing a military base last weekend.

Since the fatal shootings in the Charlie Hebdo magazine office in Paris on Wednesday (Jan. 7), the city and the entire nation of France has been gripped by terror. As authorities took aim to take down the alleged shooters in the massacre that sparked current tensions, other developments have arisen.

ISIS, or ISIL, has been ravaging areas of Iraq and Syria in its ongoing reign of terror framed as a holy war. Adding to the violence the Islamist extremists have already enacted, there are reports that thousands of women in the region are being raped in order to populate territories the group has seized.

An American member of the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) terrorist group was killed this past weekend, while fighting against an organization tied to al-Qaeda. Douglas McArthur McCain, a 33-year-old San Diego man, was found with a U.S. passport and $800 cash in his pocket.

One of the men suspected in the beheading of U.S. journalist James Foley is a former British rapper. 

James Foley, a freelance American photojournalist was beheaded on camera Tuesday (Aug. 19) by the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS). Foley was made to read a statement from his captors, naming his “real killers” as America.

In Nigeria, a situation brewing for weeks involving the kidnapping of over 200 schoolgirls has slowly captured global attention. Now, the leader of a violent Islamist group in the African nation has claimed responsibility for the terrifying act.

Imagine having personal activities recorded via a laptop webcam without your knowledge? According to a recent report, the FBI has that ability to do just that.

Rolling Stone is glamorizing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, according to those upset with the magazine’s decision to put the Boston marathon bombing suspect on its upcoming cover for a story titled “Jahar’s World.” The cover image uses a “selfie” of the former college student-turned-suspected-terrorist posted online.

A horrific incident in Nigeria ended in the death of 29 children at the Government Secondary School early Saturday (July 6). The students, and one teacher, were killed by Islamic militants.