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‘This is not an exercise’ — What it was like inside the Pentagon during the 9/11 terror attacks
"I just wanted to hurt someone. Who would do this to us?"
What 9/11 looked like to the only US service member not on Earth for it
On the morning of September 11th, Navy aviator Capt. Frank Lee Culbertson was stranded in outer space as the terror attacks unfolded.
Iran’s alleged suicide boat plot against Washington DC is far-fetched as hell
Straight out of a bad Tom Clancy novel.
Army cav scout arrested for allegedly plotting with ISIS to ambush fellow soldiers
He told the FBI that "if his Army unit was involved in combat with ISIS fighters, he would betray his unit and join the ISIS fighters."
Three militants killed in New Year’s Day airstrikes on al-Shabaab compounds in Somalia
"We retain the means and the will to strike the al-Shabaab terrorist network when necessary."
What we know so far about the Nashville bombing
“If you can hear this message, evacuate now,” it said repeatedly. Then, it erupted.
America’s top general to Taliban: Give peace a chance
By Jan.15, there should be roughly 2,500 U.S. troops still in Afghanistan.
These messages between an Army vet and her terrorist sweetheart will make you cringe
The dating game is a tricky one, as any experienced dater will tell you.
‘Toxic’ command climate was a factor in the NAS Pensacola shooting, investigation finds
Ensign Joshua Watson and Naval Aircrewmen (Mechanical) 3rd Class Mohammed Haitham and Cameron S. Walters were killed in the attack.
Senior leader of al Qaeda was killed by Israeli agents at the request of the US, officials say
He was killed on the 22nd anniversary of the bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.
French military kills senior Al Qaeda leader in Mali
French forces have killed Bah ag Moussa, a military leader of al Qaeda's North Africa wing, during an operation in northeastern Mali, Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly said on Friday
Three dead as woman beheaded in France, gunman killed in second incident
A knife-wielding attacker shouting "Allahu Akbar" beheaded a woman and killed two other people at a church in the French city of Nice on Thursday, while a gunman was shot dead by police in a separate incident
How the Afghanistan withdrawal went from ‘home by Christmas’ to ‘standby to standby’
“I don't think there's anyone who believes we'll be at zero by the end of the year,” an unnamed senior administration official told NBC.
20 years after the attack on the USS Cole, memories of heroism and loss
“I carried some of my best friends' bodies out of the ship. That was the hardest thing I ever had to do.”
ISIS-linked group suspected behind deadly twin bombings in Philippines
Twin blasts including a suicide bombing killed 15 people and wounded 75 others on a southern Philippine island on Monday.
American heroes who thwarted Paris train attack look back five years later
Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos and Anthony Sadler, jumped into action to stop the terrorist attack on a train from Amsterdam to Paris on Aug. 21, 2015
Soldier accused of planning attack on his own unit, giving classified info to Neo-Nazi group
"Melzer was motivated by racism and hatred as he attempted to carry out this ultimate act of betrayal."
ISIS supporter nabbed in FBI sting in Tampa
Al-Azhari said he wanted to emulate the 2016 Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting.
Germany arrests ISIS suspects for allegedly planning attack on US military bases
German police arrested on Wednesday four suspected members of Islamic State, all from Tajikistan, believed to have been planning deadly attacks in Germany
The US just designated a white supremacist group as ‘terrorists’ for the first time
The Russian Imperial Movement is "in the business of providing training to Neo-Nazis and white supremacists across Europe," the State Department said.
AFRICOM identifies senior al-Shabaab leader killed in February airstrike
AFRICOM claims that the al-Shabaab leader they killed in an airstrike last month was likely Bashir Mohamed Mahamoud, who may have played a role in the deadly Manda Bay attack.
Will leaving Afghanistan cause another 9/11? Former soldiers and diplomats say no, not necessarily
"We have the counter-terrorism capacity to get the guys we need to get ... It shouldn't be any different in Afghanistan."
Al Qaeda sympathizer gets 14 years in prison for plotting Fourth of July terror attack
A man accused by the FBI of planning a 2018 attack on a downtown Cleveland park during a popular Independence Day celebration was sentenced Tuesday to spend 14 years in federal prison
Al Qaeda in Arabian Peninsula claims responsibility for NAS Pensacola shooting
An audio recording purporting to be from the Islamist militant group al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) claimed responsibility on Sunday for a fatal shooting in December at a U.S. naval base in Pensacola, Florida, but provided no evidence