ISIL-fueled strikes in the United States or against Americans abroad are still possible, but are more likely to occur in Europe, according to U.S. officials.
Johan Verbeke. Belgium’s Ambassador to the United States, tells WTOP national security correspondent J.J. Green that the network that launched the Brussels attacks has been dismantled.
Hard or soft, a target is a target, especially in D.C. Barriers such as fences and security personnel work, but today’s terrorists work differently.
The killings at Paris-based, Charlie Hebdo magazine in January 2015 signaled a new era of terrorism. In this edition of The Hunt, former CIA counter terrorism officer, Patrick Skinner says terrorists are now acting like criminal gangs.
Loosely knit cells of extremists, who grew up in the areas targeted by terrorists, have begun deploying a style of attacks that has turned the usual counterterrorism methods upside down.
“I concede that not everything is perfect, but I can tell you that things were working much better than the press and others have been showing,” Belgium’s ambassador to the U.S. tells WTOP.
In this week’s episode of The Hunt, Dr. Page Stoutland of the Nuclear Threat Initiative discusses the security of nuclear facilities.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Singapore man accused of helping to export technology to Iran that was later found in unexploded improvised explosive devices has been extradited to the United States to face charges, the Justice…
“Send the cavalry. We are going to have to deal with this for a long time,” a Belgian intelligence official tells WTOP.
What’s next now that the FBI has hacked into the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone without Apple’s help?
In an historic decision, the Army has decided to allow Capt. Simratpal Singh to wear a turban and unshorn beard and hair while in uniform as required by his Sikh faith.
An official discusses what’s next for Brussels following the recent attacks.
There were increased police patrols in the D.C. area’s Metrorail system and security was tightened at least one of the region’s three major airports Tuesday following the terror attacks in Brussels.
The confluence of rapidly evolving communications technology, the resurgence of aggression from hostile nation-states and rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has put the Washington Field Office of the FBI in the center of a growing storm.
It’s getting harder and harder for authorities to detect, and deter terror attacks and. In this edition of The Hunt, Dan Botsch, president of Trapwire, says terrorist are becoming more plentiful and sophisticated.