The serial bomber who terrorized Austin, Texas for three harrowing weeks was identified Wednesday morning — just hours after he blew himself to bits with his own device as cops closed in.
At least 29 people killed, 52 others wounded when suicide bomber detonated himself in a crowded area in Afghan capital.
A gunman who shot and wounded two students at Great Mills High School in Maryland was killed Tuesday after engaging an armed school resource officer, an official said.
A “serial bomber” is likely responsible for four explosions in Austin this month, the latest of which injured two people Sunday night after they crossed a trip wire possibly made with fishing line, officials disclosed Monday.
Police in Colombia have arrested a Cuban man suspected of plotting to kill American diplomats in the name of the Islamic State.
Saudi Arabia will develop a nuclear bomb if its arch-rival Iran does so, the kingdom’s 32-year-old crown prince said in a preview of a television interview released on Thursday.
A new kind of identity fraud creates phony identities out of fake people and the U.S. government is expressing concern that this could become a go-to scheme for terrorists and organized crime.
President Donald Trump has accepted an offer of a summit from the North Korean leader and will meet with Kim Jong Un by May, a top South Korean official said Thursday, in a remarkable turnaround in relations between two historic adversaries.
The Florida House voted to pass a gun-school safety bill spurred by the Valentine’s Day mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High that left 17 people dead, according to The Associated Press.
A Utah teenager on Monday tried to blow up his high school with a homemade bomb, police said.
The same student, police said, hoisted a flag supporting the terror group ISIS last month.