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Turkey Fires Tens of Thousands in Coup Plotters Hunt
Asserting that "all the evidence" indicates a U.S.-based Muslim cleric was behind last week's failed coup, Turkey's government fired tens of thousands of teachers, university deans and others it accuses of ties to the plot and demanded his extradition
Nice Attacker Searched for Information on Orlando and Dallas Shootings
The truck driver who killed 84 people in Nice, France last week searched for information online on the June massacre at an Orlando gay club and the recent shooting of police in Dallas, part of the driver’s apparent “recent interest” in violence and Islamic extremism, according to French
Jihadists' Computers '80 Percent' Full of Porn, Ex-Official Says
Computers belonging to Islamic extremists and recovered by coalition troops are often chock full of pornography, according to a former top American intelligence official. In his new book, former head of the Defense Intelligence Agency Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Ret.) writes that extremists in al Qaeda
Read an Excerpt of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn's 'The Field of Fight'
Reprinted by permission of St. Martin's Press. Introduction In late 2005, U.S. Special Forces fighters attacked an al Qaeda safe house in central Iraq , in an operation called Objective Riverside. We believed an important leadership meeting was taking place. It was a fierce battle, but we killed
Excerpts of Orlando Nightclub Shooter's Calls with Police Released
FBI released portions of conversations police had with Omar Mateen during his rampage as new details emerge about Mateen's recent purchases and his wife.
In Marvel's Civil War II, Questions of War With Real-World Relevance
Join FiveThirtyEight's Walt Hickey, Marvel's Editor in Chief Axel Alonso writer David Walker, and Washington Post reporter David Weigel for a recap of Issue #2 of Marvel's Civil War II series.
Why President Obama Won't Use the Term 'Radical Islam'
Donald Trump is blasting President Obama for not using the words “radical Islam” to describe the Orlando shooting, calling on the president to resign for not using the two words. While the president has labeled the weekend attack on an Orlando nightclub that killed at least 49 people an “act of
Navy Reviews What Procedures Might Need to Be Improved After Three Deaths of SEAL Trainees
The Navy is reviewing procedures for keeping track of trainees who do not make it through the grueling course to become SEALs in the wake of three deaths involving sailors who participated in the last four training classes, military officials said. Two of the deaths involved trainees who had
CIA 'Live Tweets' Bin Laden Raid on 5 Year Anniversary
The CIA "live tweeted" the Osama Bin Laden raid this afternoon to mark the fifth anniversary of the May 1, 2011, operation that killed the al Qaeda leader. The CIA twitter account said the step-by-step tweets would represent the raid at Bin Laden's Abbottabad, Pakistan, compound "as if it were
This Week in History: May 1-7
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.