A gunman behind the killing of 50 people in an Orlando, Florida, nightclub early Sunday has been identified as Omar Saddiqui Mateen, a U.S. citizen of Afghan descent who the FBI said committed a crime that is being investigated as an “act of terrorism.”
U.S. Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Lindsey Graham. R-S.C., released the following statement today on the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium.
The world is on high alert following today’s deadly terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium, but U.S. authorities say there is no credible threat to the country.
The risk of global terrorism is dominating the daily dialogue, and for good reason. With the Thanksgiving holiday here, should the traveling public be worried about what might happen?
ISIS thugs may have their sights set on New York city, but the son of a famed mobsters says don’t worry.
The state of Georgia will not accept Syrian refugees, and the state’s governor called on President Obama to suspend a refugee resettlement program in the United States.
As news breaks today of the ISIS terrorists responsible for the attack in Paris having easy access to fraudulent passports and possibly having infiltrated the Syrian refugee program, a Congressman from Texas is calling on Congress to stop Syrians from entering America.
“Americans must wake up, demand the Obama administration realize that war is being waged against us, and that we must take it on as a…
A coordinated attack of this nature is not only sheer evil, it is an act of war.”
Four in 10 (41 percent) say Iran ended up with a better deal in the recent nuclear agreement President Obama announced.