Trump's tweeting about terrorism. But what is he doing about it?
Theresa May says the internet must be regulated following the London Bridge attack. So, how do you regulate cyberspace and should we?
At least 22 dead after an attack at a concert venue in Britain. An alleged assailant dead in the blast. Britain calling it a 'terrorist incident.'
Europe’s patchwork of spy agencies after Brussels. From eavesdropping to sharing intel, the challenge ahead.
After Brussels, Europe is taking another look at the human wave from the Mideast and Africa. We’ll look at mounting tension over the EU’s migrant crisis.
Looking for a way out of the Apple / FBI standoff over smartphone privacy. There may not be one.
President Obama lays out his plan to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay. We’ll look at the plan, the battle ahead in Congress.
We look back on 2015. Same -sex marriage. ISIS. Campus protests. A campaign like no other. The big news issues of 2015, and where they’re headed.
On the ground in San Bernardino, with the latest on what we are learning about the husband and wife mass murderers and their motives.
Yemen on the brink. US Special Operations forces have pulled out. Al Qaeda and the Islamic State are leaning in. A counter-terrorism vacuum looms. We’ll go there.
The Paris attack and the new face of terror: small, soft targets. The coffee shop. The office. If this is it, what do we do?
Paris terror attack. The GOP Congress versus Obama . The rift between NYPD and New York’s mayor. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
The terror strike on the French satirical magazine in Paris. We’ll be on the ground with the latest details and the big picture.
The Taliban take responsibility for killing more than 100 Pakistani schoolchildren. We ask why there, why now.
The explosive Senate “torture report” on harsh interrogation techniques years in the making is out. And it’s graphic and controversial.
ISIS is the richest terrorist organization ever, with an estimated more than $1 billion in assets. We’ll look at ISIS’ business model and how to disrupt it.
The President lays out his strategy to take on ISIS. Will it work? We’ll look at the key factors in America’s new military commitment.
Britons, Europeans and Americans are joining the ranks of ISIS. We’ll look at what’s pulling them in.
A terrible mass kidnapping of 200-plus school girls in Nigeria. We’ll look at Christian-Muslim tension in the region, and the Boko Haram story.
One year after the Boston Marathon bombing, we look at national and local security on the terrorism front now, and what we’ve learned.