Sweden's Prime Minister Calling Truck Crash A 'Terror Attack'Police in Sweden say at least three people are dead and many injured after a truck barreled down a busy shopping area in Stockholm.
Putin Considering Terrorism In Rail Station BlastRussian President Vladamir Putin said they are considering all possible causes, including terrorism, for an explosion at a rail station in St. Petersburg.
Hotel Mgr: London Attacker Was 'Normal, In Fact, Friendly' Night BeforeThe manager of a hotel where the London attacker stayed the night before he plowed his 4x4 into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and then stabbed a police officer at Parliament says the guy seemed unusually outgoing and mentioned details about his family, including having a sick father.
Trump Says Sweden Comment Followed TV ReportSwedes were left scratching their heads after President Donald Trump suggested that some kind of major incident had taken place in their country Friday night.
Trump: Media "Doesn't Want To Report" Extremist AttacksPresident Donald Trump once again put the media in his crosshairs during remarks at the headquarters of the U.S. Central Command in Tampa.
Ft. Laud Police: Father Of Navy SEAL Killed In Yemen Retired From ForceThe father of the U.S. Navy SEAL recently killed in a counter-terror operation in Yemen worked as a detective with Ft. Lauderdale Police, a department spokesman said.
Florida Man Guilty Of Trying To Use 'Weapons Of Mass Destruction'A federal jury convicted a Florida man who reportedly wanted to set off a bomb at a Key West beach.
Trial To Get Underway In Keys Backpack Bomb CaseOpening statements are scheduled to get underway Monday for a man who reportedly wanted to set off a bomb on a Key West beach as a show of solidarity with the Islamic State militant group.
Jury Selection For Key West Backpack Bomb SuspectThe federal trial of a Key West man accused of conspiring to detonate a bomb on a Keys beach is scheduled to get underway on Friday with jury selection.
Gov. Scott Pitches Counterterrorism Funding In Statewide StopsGov. Rick Scott made several stops across the state on Thursday to tout his request of nearly $6 million to bolster anti-terrorism squads across Florida.
Gov. Scott Wants More Counterterrorism AgentsIn the wake of last year's massacre at the Pulse night club in Orlando in which 49 people were killed, Governor Rick Scott wants to boost the number of state agents dedicated to counterterrorism efforts.
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