The governors of New Jersey and New York said Friday they are ordering a mandatory, 21-day quarantine for all doctors and other travelers who have had contact with Ebola victims in West Africa.
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By Lori Hinnant - Associated Press
The teenage sisters told their father they were staying home sick from their suburban Denver school. Instead, they took $2,000 and their passports and headed off for Syria with a 16-year-old friend. They made it as far as Germany before border guards detained them for questioning. Published October 23, 2014
New York City police Commissioner William Bratton says the hatchet attack on four rookie officers was a terrorist act by a homegrown radical.
Lawyers for Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are complaining for a third time about media leaks they say are jeopardizing his right to a fair trial.
An Estonian man accused of orchestrating a 2008 cyberattack on a credit card processing company that enabled hackers to steal $9.4 million has been sentenced to 11 years in prison by a federal judge in Atlanta.
The gunman who shot and killed a soldier in plain daylight then stormed Canada's Parliament once complained that Vancouver mosque he attended was too liberal and inclusive, Muslim leaders said Friday.
House Speaker John A. Boehner said that the House of Representatives sends its "strongest support" to the Canadian people, government, and Parliament in the wake of deadly attacks that have taken place this week.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper reacted to the terrorist storming and shooting of a war memorial and then Parliament with a blunt, aggressive message: This nation will not bury its head.
Rep. Peter King said during a Fox News interview that the United States was falling down on the job when it came to protecting against terrorists.
With the exception of a handful of state-sponsored militant groups, the Islamic State is likely the "best-funded terrorist organization" Washington has ever confronted, raising roughly $1 million a day from black market oil sales, $20 million in ransoms over the past year and millions a month through extortion rackets in Syria and Iraq, the Treasury Department's top official tracking terrorist financing said Thursday.
The White House Thursday characterized the shootings at the Canadian Parliament as a "lone wolf" terrorist attack.
New York City police shot and killed a hatchet-wielding man on Thursday after he suddenly attacked a group of patrol officers without warning in broad daylight on a busy commercial district in Queens.
A gunman who reportedly was a recent convert to Islam launched an attack Wednesday in Ottawa, killing one soldier guarding a war memorial before barging into the capital city's Parliament amid a hail of gunfire and spawning increased vigilance in Washington and Ottawa, where officials wondered how he managed to get into the government building armed.
U.S. Secret Service officials diverted personnel to monitor an employee's neighborhood dispute in 2011 at the expense of presidential protection, according to a new report from the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Inspector General.
The voice over the speakers at New York City's emergency command center calmly stated the unthinkable: a nuclear explosion had gone off in Times Square.
For the first time, Ebola ranks among the top-10 issues Americans see as key issues for the country, according to a Gallup poll that puts the deadly virus behind topics like the economy, immigration and health care but tied with issues like education and the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
A friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev told a string of lies to investigators, a prosecutor told a jury Tuesday, but a defense lawyer said the defendant was a frightened 19-year-old who couldn't remember certain details because he had smoked marijuana for at least 12 hours straight.
Michele Bachmann was assigned a security detail by Capitol Police after an Islamic State online threat to her safety recently emerged, according to Politico.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Friday afternoon that new Ebola Czar, Ron Klain will report directly to former U.N. Ambassador and current National Security Advisor Susan Rice.
House Speaker John A. Boehner says President Obama should consider a temporary ban on travel from countries afflicted with the Ebola virus as the United States continues to grapple with how to deal with the ongoing crisis.
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These people who traveled to Syria to join and support an army of psychopathic mass murderers, will simply be "tracked" once they get back on our soil.
"We are in a dangerous place in the world, perhaps more dangerous than in the past 10 years."
It's time for James Clapper to go.
Intelligence has once again been front and center in the news this past week, and that's hardly ever good news for the intelligence community.
The bogus "war on women" is so 2012. What's hot now? The "war with women."
When President Obama attributed the rise in Iraq of the Islamic State, or ISIS, to the failures of the U.S. intelligence community earlier this week, naming and blaming directly National Intelligence Director James R. Clapper, he was attempting to deflect criticism of his own incompetence.