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'Today is a day of healing, today is a day of mourning,' Florida sheriff says
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel and Florida Gov. Rick Scott spoke after a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17 people.
OPINION: To thwart North Korean hackers, hold China and Russia accountable
As President Trump travels throughout Asia this week and seeks ways to contain North Korea, the administration should consider a strategy that would hold accountable those countries that are enabling North Korean cyber thievery operations. Cyber gangs with code names like Hidden Cobra and the
Sayfullo Saipov identified as suspect in New York City vehicle attack: Officials
Multiple law enforcement officials tell ABC News that the suspect taken into custody in the New York City vehicle attack that killed eight people on Tuesday has been identified as 29-year-old Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov. Witnesses at the scene say Saipov began to shout “Allah Akbar,” or “God is
SPECIAL REPORT: Deadly truck terror in Manhattan
A man in a rented pickup truck drove onto a busy bicycle path near the World Trade Center memorial in New York City and mowed down people Tuesday, killing at least eight and injuring several others.
Release of JFK assassination files could fuel conspiracy theories, experts say
President Donald Trump will allow the last of the classified federal government documents tied to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy to be made public, raising concerns from some that the release may only fuel the conspiracy theories surrounding the murder. "Subject to the receipt
Ex-Port Authority detective says he predicted WTC was terrorist target a decade before 9/11
Former Port Authority Intelligence Unit Det. Matthew Besheer says he predicted a decade before the 9/11 terror attacks that the World Trade Center would be a terrorist target. “In 1991 leading into 1992, I was asked by the commanding officer of the World Trade Center to do a vulnerability study,”
Ex-Port Authority detective says he warned about terrorism threat a decade before 9/11
Matthew Besheer said he wrote a report saying that the World Trade Center was vulnerable to attack in the parking garages.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Insecure power grid leaves US vulnerable to Russian cyber threats
While the U.S. and Russian presidents were amicably chatting in Hamburg last week, their governments have been sending less friendly signals about power grids. The Washington Post reported in June that President Obama had issued orders to prepare options for an attack on the Russian electric power
Reality Leigh Winner is latest government contractor accused of revealing state secrets
Reality Leigh Winner, a National Security Agency contractor with a top-secret clearance, became the first person to be jailed by the Trump administration after being accused of leaking classified information this week. Winner, 25, allegedly leaked a classified report about Russian election
ANALYSIS: What the Manchester and London attacks mean for the US
Two cells of terrorists have rocked the United Kingdom, striking in the heart of its two greatest cities. As Americans look on in horror, with sympathy for our British allies, we wonder what lessons we should be taking so that we might avoid such events here. I see six relevant points. First, some