Although investigators are still piecing together the sequence of events that led to the sudden disappearance of EgyptAir Flight 804 last Wednesday night, officials from several nations are in agreement on one key fact: It was probably terrorists.
Look, who hasn’t ridden in an old truck with some exposed wiring and a couple gas canisters in the back?
At least 26 people are dead, and at least 142 injured, after terrorists detonated explosives in multiple attacks across Brussels, Belgium. Disturbing video from the immediate aftermath of the attacks at the airport and in the Brussels subway network shows the horror and confusion that ensued.
It has been one of the most controversial aspects of the War On Terror. For some it has been a place that is a symbol of injustice conveyed at the hands of the U.S. government’s security apparatus, and for others it is a necessary installation to stash those who pose the most danger to America. Either way, President…
The man who died after being sucked out of a Somali passenger jet in midair on Monday appears to have been the person who detonated the bomb, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Video has now emerged showing the terrifying situation on the interior of the Daallo Airlines flight that suffered an explosive decompression mid-air yesterday, with one person sucked from the aircraft and later found dead, and two others injured.
It was nearly a year ago to the day that we were introduced to the plight of Mark Oberholtzer, the Texas City plumber greeted with the not-so pleasant sight of his old work truck on the evening news being used as an anti-aircraft vehicle for Islamic militants in Syria—with his company’s logo still on it, of course.…
An Air France Airbus A330 that originated out of Paris had an anonymous threat against it concerning chemical weapons this morning. This, along with the fact that reports say the jet was non-responsive as controllers attempted to contact it resulted in fighter jets being scrambled to its location. The jet was escorted…
When two attackers fired on a security guard outside a provocative art show featuring cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, they didn’t know that an entire squadron of the Garland, Texas SWAT were laying in wait. And yes, that’s a Punisher Skull atop the Texas state flag on the team’s patch.
A Kurdish-backed racing team who barely missed out on the podium at this year's 24 Hours of Dubai is having to call it quits for now due to the instability in the Middle East. Economic activity in Kurdistan has come to a halt due to threats from ISIS, and thus, the team's financial support has dried up.
Mary Schiavo, a CNN Aviation Analyst reporting on missing AirAsia Flight 8501, believes that terrorists are not to blame, because terrorists prefer nice weather, and the weather was bad when Flight 8501 disappeared.
How can you ever really know what happens to your car after you sell it? Unless you unload it to a friend or someone in your town, it could go anywhere in the world, for all you know. Like, say, Syria, where it ends up as an anti-aircraft firing weapon used by Islamic militants fighting in the civil war.
A British newspaper is reporting that a Syrian branch of Al Qaeda is plotting to bomb five commercial airliners in a coordinated attack on London, just before Christmas. Authorities are reportedly taking it so seriously, that they're considering banning carry-on baggage.
If you were driving that truck, you'd be dead. Very, very dead.
Abdirahmaan Muhumed is one of two Americans killed in Iraq, while fighting for ISIS. We've seen Americans join the terrorist ranks before with Al Qaeda, but this one hits a little too close to home — Muhumed was employed at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, as an aircraft cleaner.
A fighter jet had to escort Qatar Airways flight QR023 from Doha down to the ground at Manchester Airport minutes ago after the commercial pilot reported a "possible device on board." Here's how the whole thing unfolded.
Details remain fairly scant at this point, but it appears that Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Pakistan has come under terrorist attack by gunmen strapped with explosives. The sky is bright red over NE Karachi and explosions continue to rock the airport's apron area.
The United States wanted Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai for a connection to the al-Qaeda bombings of multiple US embassies in East Africa in the 1990s and possibly to a planned attack on the Libyan embassy in 2012. Here is video of US commandos abducting him in almost exactly 75 seconds.