• FOX NewsThe Latest: Officials: Car drove into patrons intentionally

    The Latest on the car that drove into the sidewalk outside a pizza restaurant in France (all times local): 10:11 p.m. French officials say the driver who steered into patrons of a pizza restaurant east of Paris clearly acted intentionally, but they have no reason so far to suspect a terrorist motive. Read more on FOX News.

  • The Raw StoryCharlottesville attack shows homegrown terror on the right is on the rise

    The attack in Charlottesville, Virginia, in which a man named James Alex Fields Jr. used his Dodge Challenger as a weapon against a crowd of protesters, underscores the growing violence of America’s far-right wing. According to reports, Fields was a active member of online far-right community. Like many other far-right activist, he believes that he represents a wider ideological community, Read more...

  • The Raw StoryLawyer plans to take down racists who framed an innocent ‘anti-Trump’ man as the Charlottesville terrorist

    After a Michigan man was misidentified as the driver in Saturday’s attack on “Unite the Right” counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, a lawyer representing the man says he’s going to “go after” those he says framed his client. According to the Detroit Free Press, Texas-based attorney Andrew Sommerman said he believes his client was deliberately singled out because of his client’s anti-racist Read more...

  • Associated PressThe Latest: Victim’s friend calls her death an act of terror

    The Latest: Victim's friend calls her death an act of terror Associated Press – 13 August 2017 20:47-04:00 Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Read more on Associated Press.

  • The ConversationEnd-to-end encryption isn’t enough security for ‘real people’

    Government officials continue to seek technology companies’ help fighting terrorism and crime. But the most commonly proposed solution would severely limit regular people’s ability to communicate securely online. And it ignores the fact that governments have other ways to keep an electronic eye on targets of investigations. In June, government intelligence officials from the Five Eyes Alliance nations held a Read more...

  • ABCAny attack to incite fear 'is terrorism': Trump adviser on Charlottesville

    President Trump’s national security adviser appeared to go further than the president by suggesting that the car-ramming in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left a woman dead Saturday may be domestic terrorism. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster was asked by ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos on ABC News’ “This Week” today whether the car-ramming following a white nationalist gathering in the Read more...

  • CNBCBags of cash: How money launderers used Commonwealth Bank of Australia

    Sydney case shows how money launderers used Commonwealth Bank of Australia Australian regulators are suing CBA over lax controls CBA to fight lawsuit, says ATM coding problem to blame for most breaches AUSTRAC alleges meat firm deposited A$17.7 million in crime proceeds with CBA In a run-down mall in one of Sydney’s biggest Chinese neighborhoods in 2015, 29-year-old Jizhang Lu Read more...

  • The Raw Story‘The alt-right is a terrorist movement’: Ex-Bush ethics czar blasts Trump administration’s support of racists

    During a segment of a special MSNBC broadcast featuring Joy Reid, former ethics czar to President George W. Bush Richard Painter blasted President Donald Trump’s stubborn refusal to denounce white supremacists and his attempt to equally blame the left for the violence that killed a 32-year-old woman in Charlottesville, VA. “What this is all about is not the National Socialists Read more...

  • CNBCSnapchat's 'addictive' new feature lets users share information, but is raising privacy fears

    Snapchat’s Snap Map will share all sorts of information between users, including their friends, if they opt in. The ‘addictive’ new feature has raised some privacy concerns, and one expert warns it may become a tool for terrorism. Snapchat is snapping up people’s attention. The social media platform, which is based on sharing pictures, has 173 million daily users. Yet Read more...

  • FOX NewsBomb blast kills 15 in southwestern Pakistan

    Pakistan’s army says “terrorists” have targeted a military truck with a bomb killing eight soldiers and seven civilians in the southwestern city of Quetta. Read more on FOX News.