Terrorism in the U.S.
Complete coverage of terrorism plots involving targets in the U.S.
NYPD's John Miller on threat of terror during July Fourth weekend
New York has a plan to protect the city's massive fireworks show
Former neo-Nazi explains his radicalization
How can an average teenager suddenly become a hate-filled white supremacist?
North Carolina teen arrested for intent to join ISIS
North Carolina 19-year-old Justin Nolan Sullivan has been arrested for attempting to provide material support to ISIS
FBI: Terror suspect attacked agent
A federal agent was attacked at the Staten Island home of 21-year-old Fareed Mumuni
New charges in connection to Boston terror plot
Nicholas Rovinski was taken into custody, accused of being part of a conspiracy intent on carrying out attacks on American soil
Holes exposed in TSA terror watch list
A new report found that the TSA doesn't have access to terrorist watch list data that would have flagged 73 airport workers
Boston suspect's family says he wasn't inspired by ISIS
Usaamah Rahim was shot and killed Tuesday by a counter-terror task force during a confrontation
FBI: Conversation with accomplices revealed Boston plots
The FBI arrested David Wright hours after Usaama Rahim was shot. Authorities say the two exchanged phone calls and that Wright urged Rahim to destroy his smartphone and computer. Jim Axelrod reports from Boston.
Boston terror suspect plotted to kill anti-Islam activist
New information has been uncovered about the intentions of Usaama Rahim, the terror suspect who was shot and killed by Boston police
Senate passes USA Freedom Act
The Senate has passed the USA Freedom Act, which is headed to the White House for the President's signature
District Attorney provides update on terror suspect shooting
Federal and local officials updated the investigation into a police shooting that left a terror suspect dead. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Kristine Johnson covered the press conference.
Clock runs down for Patriot Act surveillance programs
Senators rushed back from recess in order to seal a deal before key provisions of the Patriot Act are set to expire
What AG Loretta Lynch fears in expiration of Patriot Act
Former President George W. bush signed the Patriot Act in 2001 with the intention to catch terrorists threatening the U.S., but now a part of the law is set to expire
Gen. McChrystal on battling ISIS, "Team of Teams" military strategy
With modern warfare, Gen. Stanley McChrystal had to redefine counterterrorism strategy
"Great War of Our Time": CIA insider on global terror threat, protecting U.S.
Former CIA deputy director Mike Morrel joins "CBS This Morning"
FBI stresses need for sharing of terror threat info
FBI Director James Comey held a conference call Thursday with representatives from 500 police departments, urging them to share information related to terror related threats.
U.S. Army bases on high alert for ISIS attack
The threat level at U.S. military bases across North America has been raised
ISIS claims responsibility for Texas shooting attack
Jere Van Dyk, CBS News Consultant, talks to Up to the Minute about ISIS and what inspires radicalization.
Ex-CIA insider: Texas gunmen inspired, not directed, by terror group
Investigators are trying to determine if Texas shooting suspects Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi received specific directions from ISIS or whether they were inspired by the terrorist organization
ISIS recruiter linked to Texas shooting suspect
New clues may explain why two men attacked an event featuring cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. Mujahid Miski, a man who left Minnesota to join jihadi forces in Somalia, is linked to one of the gunmen, Elton Simpson. U.S. officials are also investigating ISIS' claim of responsibility for Sunday's attack in Garland, Texas. Jeff Pegues reports.
Flash Points: Who are Ahmed Farouq and Adam Gadahn?
CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate and CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues dig into the two American al Qaeda members who were killed in drone strikes in January.
Six terror suspects arrested in Minneapolis, San Diego
The FBI arrested six people Sunday as part of an investigation into youth who traveled or tried to travel to Syria. Officials say some of those taken into custody may have been planning to fight with ISIS and other terror groups. Jeff Pegues reports from Washington.
How the CIA tracks terrorist at home and abroad
Philip Mudd, former deputy director of the CIA's counterterrorism center, talks to Jeff Glor about tracking potential terrorists.
DOJ: Ohio man flew to Syria to join terrorists
Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud, 23, was indicted on terror charges Thursday. According to the indictment, Mohamud traveled to Syria with the goal of returning back to America to carry out a terror attack. David Martin reports.
FBI strained by spike in homegrown terror cases
The number of homegrown violent extremist cases in the U.S. continues to rise. Some law enforcement officials believe the FBI will soon struggle to track all the Americans wanting to join terror organizations. Jeff Pegues reports.
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