Apr 22, 2013 — Canadian authorities have disrupted an alleged plot to derail a passenger train line near Toronto, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced Monday. The two accused, Chiheb Esseghaier and Raed Jaser, are charged with "conspiring to murder" in an act linked to a terrorist group. The authorities say the suspects are not connected to last week's attack on the Boston Marathon.
Apr 20, 2013 — Most major terrorist attacks against the U.S. have originated abroad. But as details of the Boston Marathon bombings emerge, reports point to two young men of Chechen origin who were seemingly fully integrated into American society.
Feb 1, 2013 — A suicide bomber and a security guard died, the State Department says. U.S. officials are calling it a "terrorist attack."
Jan 20, 2013 — More bodies have been reported found at the gas plant in Algeria where a four-day standoff with Islamist militants came to a bloody end on Saturday.
Oct 5, 2012 — Abu Hamza al-Masri, a radical Muslim preacher, is wanted in the U.S. for allegedly trying to set up a terrorist training camp.
Sep 6, 2012 — Almost 28 percent of the detainees transferred out of the U.S.-run detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have either returned to terrorism or are suspected of having done so, the Director of National Intelligence says.
Aug 16, 2012 — Law enforcement sources say the gunman spoke about the conservative group's policies before firing his weapon. A security guard was wounded, but was still able to help subdue and disarm the attacker.
Aug 15, 2012 — News reports say the militants are heavily armed and include suicide bombers. No casualties have been reported. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack on the base, which is about 50 miles from the capital, Islamabad.
Sep 22, 2011 — The question's so big, let's all talk about it: What role should reports like NPR's "Under Suspicion" play in striking a balance between personal freedoms and national security?
Sep 2, 2011 — People exposed to the cloud of contaminants that engulfed Lower Manhattan after the Sept. 11 attacks were less likely to die than people who weren't exposed, according to a new study. But other research found a small boost in cancer rates among first responders, as well as elevated depression and PTSD.