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The New Tools of Terror: Vehicular Violence at Center of Recent Attacks
With the news that ISIS has claimed responsibility for Monday’s attack in Berlin, the world is seeing another example of terrorists trading bullets and bombs for cars and trucks as a way to more discreetly unleash carnage across the world. On Tuesday afternoon, SITE Intelligence reported that the
America's Most Dangerous Terrorist Has Been Dead for 5 Years But Still Inspires Deadly Attacks
Five years ago today, American-born al-Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki was traveling between dusty towns in Yemen in a two-car convoy when a pair of Hellfire missiles launched from Predator drones ended his life and the lives of everyone in his small entourage. The killing of al-Awlaki, a New Mexico
Latest Details on NYC, NJ Bombings Investigation
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly analyze the police work that led to the takedown of Ahmad Khan Rahami.
What to Know About the Bombs Used in NY, NJ Explosions
Authorities found similarities in the explosive devices recovered in New York and New Jersey, connecting some of the dots between the multiple incidents over the weekend. The bombs in New York and Seaside Park, New Jersey, utilized flip phones, although there were differences in design between the
Investigators Search for Clues in NYC, New Jersey and Minnesota Attacks
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly analyze the investigation into the closely-timed attacks and any possible connections.
Boston Bombing Day 1: The Stunning Stop the Killers Made After the Attack
[This is the first of five installments of an ABC News digital special report '5 Days', which tells the hour-by-hour, day-by-day story of the investigation into the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing , with behind-the-scenes details based on interviews and evidence gathered by the FBI and Boston law
San Bernardino: Ghost of American Al Qaeda Haunts Another US Terror Plot
An American drone strike ended the life of high-profile American al Qaeda member Anwar al-Awlaki in late 2011, but newly-released court documents reveal his link to yet another domestic terror plot -- the latest evidence of the cleric’s enduring, deadly legacy. An FBI affidavit filed late Thursday
Everything We Know About the Weapons Used in the San Bernardino Massacre
On Wednesday, a couple entered the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino and opened fire on a gathering of county employees who were celebrating the holiday season. The attack left 14 victims dead and 21 others injured. The alleged gunmen, husband and wife, Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik,
San Bernardino Shooter Had Contact With People on FBI's Radar, Sources Say
Investigators believe that over several years, one of the alleged San Bernardino shooters, Syed Farook, had been in some sort of contact with several people who were on the FBI ’s radar due to potential terrorism concerns, according to multiple sources. However, the sources stressed that the people
San Bernardino Police Discuss Shooting Rampage Investigation
Investigators say the shooters' residence was loaded with resources to make homemade explosives.