The latest issue of a publication hawked by the militants includes a fresh account of the July attack in Dhaka, under Chowdhury's byline identifying him as former head of military and covert operations in Bangladesh.
Hours before the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act was set to become law, Obama vetoed the bill Friday — but Congress may well override his veto.
The suspect in the recent bomb incidents New York and New Jersey also kept a notebook full of jihadist writings, according to charging documents.
The 28-year-old naturalized US citizen from Afghanistan was reportedly a changed man after he returned from a lengthy trip to his homeland.
If you stole the New York bombing suspect’s luggage from a Chelsea sidewalk on Saturday, the NYPD would like to speak with you.
By Noah Kulwin
On Monday, the Wireless Emergency Alerts system sent a message to millions of phones that Ahmad Khan Rahami was wanted by law enforcement — but it didn't say much else.
Rahami was arrested by police in Linden, New Jersey, on Monday morning after a shootout with police, according to multiple reports
Authorities have identified the 28-year-old US citizen of Afghan descent as a person of interest in connection with the blast that injured 29 people on Saturday.
By Tess Owen
The governor said the bombing was definitely "terrorism," even if there is no evidence connecting it to international terror networks
VICE News, the Associated Press, and USA Today filed a lawsuit Friday seeking records related to the FBI's purchase from hackers of a "tool" to unlock the shooter's iPhone 5c.
A new government report says at least four released Guantanamo Bay detainees have "returned to terrorist activities" in the first half of 2016.
By Joshua Hersh
9/11 families are looking for compensation, but a little newspaper in Florida wants to know what the feds aren't telling us.
By VICE News
The vehicle was found Wednesday morning in one of the most popular tourist areas in Paris, but there were no detonation devices.
For years, DEA operatives have posed as FARC rebels in order to bust suspected terrorists and drug dealers. What will they do now that peace is coming to Colombia?
By Tess Owen
The three suspects – believed to be behind the attack in an embassy area which left 22 dead – were holed up in a residence on the capital's outskirts.