Follow The Beat On Twitter: According to CBS11 News, Stonebriar Mall in Frisco, TX was the target of a planned “ISIS-inspired” shooting. The suspect, 17-year-old Matin Azizi has been arrested after info was gathered by the FBI regarding his plan of attack. Luckily, no one was injured. A note to parents: take some extra time […]
ISIS claimed responsibility for setting off the explosives that killed 36.
There's mixed reaction to Trump's missile strike on Syria.
Two months prior to the shooting, Esteban Santiago showed up at the FBI offices in Anchorage, Alaska unannounced.
In its early stages, ISIS set up family oriented events in war-ravaged Syria, including street fairs with ice-cream competitions and games. As the organization grew, so did its hold on the youth. The group began opening schools and training camps to instill its doctrine.
As if this story wasn’t bizarre enough, it has now come to an unfortunate end for Mississippi native and newlywed Jaelyn Young. It was just announced today that she has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for trying to join ISIS on her honeymoon with husband Muhammad Dakhlalla, whom she married in June of […]
ISIS has taken responsibility for this most recent attack in Iraq's capital.
Multiple news outlets report the death toll between 165 and 200. Another 225 people were injured in Sunday's blast, which occurred in the Karrada district after midnight when families were shopping for Eid-al-Fitr, the day that marks the end of the Muslim holy month, Ramadan.
Sadly, this type of violence is not rare. In the first six months of 2016, 2,735 Iraqi civilians have been killed by terrorists.
In an effort to ramp up the fight against the Islamic State, more than 50 State Department officials have signed an internal memo urging the Obama administration to carry out military strikes against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, according to CNN. The strikes against Assad’s regime would urge change in the only measure to defeat ISIS, writes […]
Watch Roland Martin, Ali Velshi, and the NewsOne Now panel discuss the latest details in the investigation into the Orlando massacre in the video clip above.
President Obama on Monday said the shooter may have been radicalized by "various extremist information that was disseminated over the internet."