Donald Trump promises to make America safe from violence in his speech at the RNC, an Indian military plane goes missing, a Colorado town finds THC in the drinking water, and more.
A massive population of marginalized immigrants and an overwhelmed security apparatus are a recipe for disaster.
"I don't want to be banned. Where would I go?... I'll have to learn how to swim across Lake Erie and sneak into Canada."
A courthouse shooting came at a sensitive moment nationally, only for the conversation about US policing to fall by the wayside when terror struck France.
The man behind the attack that killed at least 84 was a Tunisian immigrant with a record of violent crime but no known ties to terrorism.
He has an insane plan to "test" all the Muslims in the United States following Thursday's attack in Nice.
And you'll be able to buy an English translation just in time for Christmas.
The militant group is losing some of its pull on Twitter, thanks to anti-ISIS propaganda and thousands of account suspensions.
Mike, a 54-year-old dance teacher from England, spent six months in Iraq battling the Islamic State. We spoke to him about his time there and how he thinks the battle can be won.
House Republicans are going to have a lot of spare time.
Unsurprisingly, they share characteristics with those opposing universal background checks.
The man—who allegedly met Omar Mateen on Grindr—said Mateen carried out the attack after learning that a Puerto Rican man he slept with was HIV positive.
Breaking down the possible criminal charges against the widow of the man who killed 49 and wounded 53 more in Orlando.
Trump tweeted Wednesday that he plans to meet up with the group to discuss (maybe) blocking suspected terrorists from buying guns.
Experts say ISIS is unlikely to ditch Omar Marteen over reports about his sexual orientation, and that anti-LGBTQ sentiment is getting new emphasis in propaganda.
Or was Omar Mateen just a very scary, successful murderer? Or both?
The centuries-old Hamawand tribe clashed with the Ottomans, the British, and Saddam. Now they're fighting the Islamic State—with American help.
The consensus: It probably wouldn't.
They may have an unlikely ally in Donald Trump.
The reality TV star has his skeptics, but polls and interviews suggest most US troops are on board with Trump.
Thousands gathered in central London on Monday night to show solidarity with Florida's LGBTQ community.
The fight against terrorism has become a domestic shooting war in which almost everyone is a potential target.
Four things you need to know about gun laws in the wake of this weekend's tragic mass shooting.
On Sunday, America was forced to recall that there's always someone who wants to murder you just for being gay.