New research sheds light on the indoctrination process of radical extremist groups.
The attack on the Capitol forces us to confront an existential question about privacy.
'Critical Tourist Map of Oslo' offers uniquely dark perspective on Norway's capital.
If its claims are true, Clearview AI has quietly blown right past privacy norms to become the nightmare many have been fearing.
Does the President get to decide when to ignore the law?
A review of the global "wall" that divides rich from poor.
President Trump has called for Silicon Valley to develop digital precogs, but such systems raise efficacy concerns.
Over the weekend, Pete Buttigieg warned of the dangers of white national terrorism. Officials in El Paso agree.
The legacy of Felix Dzerzhinsky, who led Soviet secret police in the "Red Terror," still confounds Russia.
A new report outlines how the CIA considered using a drug called Versed on detainees in the years following 9/11.
The CNN anchor made the remarks during a live broadcast on Monday night.
It's a little scary out there, folks.
The winner of the Royal Statistical Society’s first “International Statistic of the Year” award provides a shocking insight into the real threats Americans face.
Do we really need to spend such a mind-bogglingly huge amount of money on surveilling the world (and the American taxpayers) to find a terrorist-needle in a global-haystack?
When it comes to ISIS, terrorism, and global and domestic instability, America has been its own worst enemy.
New research claims religious terrorism is on the rise, and it appears that it's going to get worse before we see a decline in such horrendous acts.
"If all that liberals can do in response is continue to lie about the causes of terrorism and lock arms with Islamists, we have some very rough times ahead," writes Sam Harris.
David Miliband has said that the hardest way into the US is to enter as a refugee. Is he correct?
A new risk analysis shows how the danger of terrorist attacks compares to other causes of American deaths.
Number of terrorist acts perpetrated in the U.S. by nationals of any of the seven countries? Zero.
Times of great fear can lead to greater oppression. For Amani Al-Khatahtbeh, the prospect of a Muslim registry is obscene, and it's slippery slope to something much worse.
There is software that can track drones in open areas, but none that can do so in tight-knit, urban ones.
Soon after the 9/11 attacks, the Library of Congress started to gather pictures, photographs, poems and other material for preservation.
Natural disasters claim many more victims than terrorism, so why is funding in Europe and North America so out of balance? This negligence makes Neil deGrasse Tyson "embarrassed for our species".
Rumors of a terrorist gunman escalated at LAX. A panicked crowd trampled an old woman, snapping her femur. In our best Dick Cheney voice: "If you allow blind fear to disrupt society, the terrorists have already won."
Authorities in France and Scotland are taking very different approaches to Islamic dress in their societies.