Three men were sentenced to prison Tuesday for plotting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State (ISIS) group, as a federal judge concluded the second day of sentencing in a case that shed a light on terror recruiting in the state.
The list was released online by ISIS’s cyber hacking arm the United Cyber Caliphate and first uncovered by the SITE intelligence analyst group. The terror group called on its supporters to carry out lone-wolf terror attacks, and urged: 'kill them all,' 'slay them.'
Clearing Hillary Clinton of the possibility of facing criminal prosecution, FBI Director James Comey recommended against criminal charges, but directly contradicted many of Clinton's past explanations regarding her handling of classified information on a private server.
For Clinton, the interview indicates that the Justice Department's year-long probe is drawing to a close only four weeks before she is set to be formally nominated as the Democrats' choice to succeed President Barack Obama.
The FBI reversed itself and publicly issued a complete transcript of a 911 call from the Orlando nightclub shooter after coming under withering criticism from lawmakers for deleting references to the Islamic State group as well as the group's leader, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi.
FBI Director James Comey said Tuesday that the Islamic State (ISIS) group is currently the main threat facing the United States, both in its efforts to recruit fighters to join it in Syria and Iraq and to have others carry out violent attacks on American soil.
A man charged in an undercover FBI operation with plotting to bomb a synagogue and Jewish school in South Florida during the recent Passover observance suffers from long-term mental illness and is no terrorist, his attorney said Tuesday.