Portrait emerges of Salman Abedi, suspected Manchester bomber
The frantic search for clues about Salman Abedi, the suspected Manchester Arena bomber, and his possible connections to ISIS is underway. Police say they conducted a pair of raids on Tuesday, one in the Whalley Range neighborhood, in which they scoured the suspect’s home, the other in nearby
Did Manchester bomber Salman Abedi act alone?
but first to our chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross for breaking new details about the bomber. Reporter: Senior British officials this morning are saying Salman Abedi likely did not act alone. With French officials adding the bomber had proven lichlnks to ISIS. London newspapers published
Search continues for Manchester bomber's possible ISIS connections
Authorities believe Salman Abedi travelled to Libya since dropping out of college.
Search for Manchester bomber's potential ISIS connections underway
Salman Abedi was reportedly from an area considered a hotspot for jihadi recruitment.
Security implications of deadly Manchester blast
ABC News' Martha Raddatz and counterterrorism expert Matt Olsen discuss the global reaction to the attack that killed 22 people at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.
Deadly blast causes chaos inside Manchester Arena
Eyewitnesses describe a scene of uncertainty and fear as concertgoers tried to escape after a blast that left 22 people dead.
The global impact of the FBI investigation into Trump-Russia allegations
Some world leaders are bewildered, even angry, over Trump's unsupported wiretapping claims and the FBI's investigation into whether Russia allegedly meddled in the US election.
'It never hurts to say you're sorry,' a GOP House member advises Trump
A key House Intelligence Committee member said he has seen no evidence to support President Trump ’s claim of former President Obama wiretapping Trump Tower and offered that Trump may want to consider some favorite advice by the congressman's father. “To quote my 85-year-old father 'It never hurts
Sean Spicer continues to defend President Trump's wiretapping claims
White House press secretary Sean Spicer gave a lengthy and exhaustive defense of President Donald Trump 's wiretapping claims against then-President Obama to reporters today, even though leaders of the House and Senate Intelligence committees said they have seen no evidence to support the claims.
The spy device in your pocket
The explosive claims made by WikiLeaks on Tuesday — that the CIA can turn popular smartphones and televisions into remote spying devices — highlights how unwitting consumers have allowed their love for electronics to make them vulnerable to covert surveillance. “It’s a boon for the good guys and