As a new generation of Yemenis confronts the fear of U.S. attacks, they are taking action and demanding answers.
The 132d Wing of the Iowa National Guard bought Locate X, a product that lets users search by a specific area to see which devices were present.
Yemenis who say their families and lives have been destroyed by seven erroneously-targeted attacks seek to hold the U.S. accountable for its war on terror, and have filed a petition against the government.
Iran lacks the overall cyber capabilities of Russia, China, or the U.S., but its hackers can still do damage.
The wife of Muhammad Wanndy Mohamed Jedi says her husband was killed in a drone strike, but Malaysian authorities aren't so sure.
The Taliban has not issued a statement to confirm or deny that Mullah Akhtar Mansour is dead, but Afghan officials said the US attack was successful.
Remember the US war against IS Libya? Things are heating up, so you can expect to hear more about it pretty soon.
The story of Junaid Hussain, also known as the hacker TriCk, and as the ISIS terrorist Abu Hussain Al Britani.
Junaid Hussain, a British citizen who helped lead the terror group’s so-called “CyberCaliphate," died on Tuesday while riding in a vehicle near the Syrian city of Raqqa.
Recently released documents show that before Samir Khan died in a September 2011 drone strike in Yemen, the FBI thought about using him as an informant.
A new batch of heavily redacted investigative files reveal that the FBI was concerned about the anti-American screeds Samir Khan posted to his blog.