Terror attacks are like unhappy families; each is different in its own awful way.
Terrorists want to use drones to drop grenade-sized explosives, toxins, or other harmful substances on Americans, just as they have done abroad.
The terrorist bombing Friday of a train on the London Underground, which injured 30 people – including one of my very close friends – was yet more evidence of a painful truth: the Islamification of the United Kingdom and Europe is well under way, changing the very character of the continent that gave birth to Western Civilization.
When the explosive device went off the train immediately stopped and the doors opened.
The National Safety Council estimates that more than 400 people may be killed in car crashes over this Labor Day holiday weekend.
Following yet another terrorist attack in Europe – this time in the Spanish city of Barcelona – the world’s leaders are once again expressing their outrage at jihadi terror.
There’s a battle inside the Trump administration over what to do about the Muslim Brotherhood, the group at the center of Monday’s pivotal decision by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to cut ties with Qatar over allegations it supports terrorism, experts familiar with the situation say.
The terrorism scenario is always the same. Events repeat themselves, like in the film “Groundhog Day.”
n his speech in Saudi Arabia, President Trump called on his Muslim audience to unite “in pursuing the one goal that transcends every other consideration.
Our intelligence community and law enforcement professionals have worked tirelessly to keep us safe since the horrific events of September 11, 2001.