French authorities confirmed Monday (Dec. 14) that a pre-school teacher who claimed an ISIS attacker stabbed him with a box cutter and scissors, lied about the whole thing. The teacher actually stabbed himself because he wanted to be transferred to another job.
A college student from Queens, New York has been arrested by the FBI for allegedly plotting attacks with the ISIS, also known as the Islamic State terrorist group. The man was arrested earlier this month after he and another man charged at police on Staten Island while reportedly armed with a knife.
Has the international community turned a blind eye to the Boko Haram massacre in Nigeria? The answer is yes, if you scroll through social media.
The body of Boston marathon bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, will be claimed by his family, an uncle confirmed to the Associated Press Tuesday (April 30). The body has remained in a medical examiners office following the shootout that ended the suspected terrorist’s life.
Something isn’t quite right about all of the details coming out of the Boston Marathon bombings. Contrary to the statements of Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis, the surviving bombing suspect never exchanged gunfire with authorities at the time of his capture. In fact, he was unarmed.
Authorities announced Thursday (April 25) that the Boston bombing suspects wanted to attack New York City’s Times Square. Surviving suspect, Dzokhar Tsarnaev, told investigators of the plot, NBC News reports.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is communicating with authorities regarding his alleged role in the Boston Marathon bombings, one week ago. The teen was caught late Friday (April 19) and taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, to receive treatment for a wound to the throat.
Authorities have captured at least one suspect allegedly involved in the Boston marathon explosions. An official announcement is expected to be made later today.
President Obama delivered remarks on the tragic Boston marathon bombing believed to have taken at least two lives Monday. Addressing the nation from the Brady Press Briefing Room the president vowed to do whatever it takes to address the situation.
A suicide bomber blew himself up in front of the U.S. Embassy building in Ankara, Turkey, Friday. The attacker has been confirmed as belonging to a radical leftist group.
The U.S. Department of State released an unclassified report Tuesday (Dec. 18) about the September terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, stating “systematic failures” in security. The review disclosed many of the main reasons for the faulty resources and security, which resulted in the death of four Americans, including U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens.
President Obama’s campaign headquarters has become the focus of a debunked terrorist attack.Three men were taken into custody last week, accused of making bombs known as Molotov cocktails to blow up the president’ campaign location in Chicago, Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s home, and other areas to be hit during this weekend’s NATO summit.