Campus Attack Could Be Latest Terror Case in Heartland State
Authorities are investigating terrorism as a possible motive in the car-and-knife attack on the Ohio State University campus
San Bernardino Attack Possibly Triggered by Christmas Party, Police Say
Exclusive photos show shooter posing in front of a Christmas tree with colleagues before the attack.
Coalition Details 54 more civilians killed in airstrikes In Iraq and Syria
The U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS says 54 more civilians were inadvertently killed in airstrikes in Iraq and Syria that took place between March 31 and October 22. 173 civilians have been killed by coalition airstrikes since they began in August, 2014 and another 37 have been injured. "We regret
Christmas Party May Have Triggered San Bernardino Terror Attack: Police
One year after the terror attacks in San Bernardino, the ABC News Investigative Unit and Nightline are looking back, revealing never-before-seen photos and videos, and hearing from the first responders, the victims and the everyday people who prevented a terrifying day from getting any worse.
Details Emerge as Ohio State Community Tries to Make Sense of Attack
With campus still in a state of shock and disbelief, students and community members at Ohio State University are attempting to make sense of a shocking attack on Monday morning that left 11 people hurt. Overnight more details emerged as students gathered on campus to pay tribute to those who
ISIS Tries to Claim OSU Attack as Own
Sources familiar tell ABC News he bought the knife shortly before the attack.
How Trump Attacked Hillary Clinton for the Same Issues That Dogged David Petraeus
News that Gen. David Petraeus is being considered for a cabinet position in the Trump administration could be raising red flags in the transition team -- some of the very same flags that Trump raised in his campaign against Hillary Clinton . Like Clinton, Petraeus had a leadership role in the
Human Error Blamed for Mistaken U.S. Airstrike in Syria
A U.S. military investigation is blaming human error for a deadly coalition airstrike in Syria in September that mistakenly targeted forces aligned with the Syrian government instead of what intelligence analysts had concluded was an ISIS camp. The airstrike was called off only after the Russian
ISIS Attempts to Claim OSU Attacker as Its 'Soldier'
ISIS today claimed that the Ohio State University attacker was one of its "soldiers," though a Facebook post suspected of being written by the assailant just before the attack failed to mention the terror group. In a message circulated online from one of its media outlets, ISIS said an "insider
Terror Inspiration Eyed as Motive in OSU Attack
Investigators are now looking into the suspect's background and his posts online as they look now for a motive. ABC's chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross is here with more on that. Good morning, Brian. Reporter: Good morning, Amy. Authorities this morning say all signs point to ab attack