Ariana Grande is still shaken up after a suicide bomber targeted her concert at the Manchester Arena on Monday, leaving 22 people killed and several injured. Although her heart is broken by the terror attack, the singer managed to muster up some strength and reportedly offered to cover the funeral costs of the victims. An account dedicated […]
While Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has made a big deal out of blocking Syrian refugees from entering the United States out of fear of terrorism, the truth is that right-wing extremists are a much greater threat than terrorists linked to ISIS or similar organizations.
A 20-year-old former cheerleader student at Mississippi State University pleaded guilty Tuesday to one charge of federal terrorism after she and her fiance were arrested last year en route to Istanbul, Turkey in a plot to join ISIS, according to CBS News.
ISIS killed 30-year-old Syrian activist and journalist Ruqia Hassan in September. To make it even more painful, the group hacked her Facebook account to trick her friends and colleagues into thinking she was still alive.
After the attack earlier this month in San Bernardino, California, more Americans are worried that terrorists are winning the war against the U.S. than they have been at any point since September 11, according to CNN.
Only 22 percent of Americans surveyed expressed confidence in the nation's ability to prevent “lone wolf attacks in which individuals decide to act on their own."
A new study shows that house-sharing service Airbnb isn’t always accommodating for African-Americans. Research conducted by the Harvard Business School revealed that Airbnb hosts discriminate against people of color and those with ethnic names.