- Indonesia tries to steer convicted militants to new lives Updated: Jun-24-16 8:42 pm
SOLO, Indonesia - In the heart of Solo city, not far from the Islamic boarding school founded by the radical cleric who inspired the 2002 Bali bombings, the staff of an unremarkable-looking restaurant prepare for another day serving the humble staples of the Indonesian diet to hungry locals.
- AP Analysis: Mideast showed Hillary Clinton US power's limit Updated: Jun-17-16 3:23 pm
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - In the wake of the Orlando killings this week, Hillary Clinton had harsh words for America's Gulf allies, criticizing them for funding institutions that radicalize young Muslims.
- Police: Inmate threatens 'lone-wolf style attack' on Obama Updated: Jun-17-16 8:00 am
BOSTON - A Massachusetts state prison inmate has been indicted on a federal charge of threatening to kill President Barack Obama.
- Orlando shooter espoused several disparate militant groups Updated: Jun-14-16 8:57 am
BEIRUT - U.S. authorities say Omar Mateen, the man who carried out the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, had touted support not just for the Islamic State but also other militant factions, which are enemies of the Sunni extremist group.
- US spy agency opts for new site in St. Louis Updated: Jun-02-16 8:13 pm
ST. LOUIS - A federal spy agency will move its regional headquarters to a new location in St. Louis rather than to a site across the Mississippi River in southern Illinois, the agency said Thursday on its website.
- Syria's cease-fire strengthens al-Qaida branch Updated: May-29-16 7:31 am
BEIRUT - Al-Qaida's branch in Syria has recruited thousands of fighters, including teenagers, and taken territory from government forces in a successful offensive in the north, illustrating how the cease-fire put in place by Russia and the United States to weaken the militants has in many ways backfired.