A coup this week in Yemen has left what many worry is a power vacuum in the region, in a country already beset with violent groups vying for control. Amy examines the current facts on the ground in the Middle East's poorest country.
Terrorist watch lists in the United States and elsewhere continue to grow, as the times become increasingly violent. How many people are on such lists, and is surveillance against them working as it should? Julian Huguet explains.
The recent Charlie Hebdo killings have put a new focus on gun control efforts in European nations. Chastity Vicencio surveys legislation on the continent.
As seen in the recent assassination of staffers at a French satirical magazine by terrorists offended by cartoon depictions of Muhammad, why are some Muslims so enraged by pictorial representations of the Islamic prophet?
A recent attack in Chechnya's capital city of Grozny by militants has once again turned the spotlight on a country with a long history of violence. Trace details the growing threat posed by militant Islamists in the country.
The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee has just released its findings on interrogation techniques used on terror suspects. Trace reviews the report's findings.
ISIS may be getting the lion's share of the headlines, but the world is filled with terrorist organizations large and small. Tara explains which among them has provided either public nods or more tangible help to ISIS.
Considered illegal by the international community, chemical weapons nonetheless exist and have even been used, in some cases. Regulating and policing their proliferation can prove difficult, as Trace explains.
+ Load More