Despite the level of attention given to Islamic State-related terror threats, in the U.S., other forms of hate-motivated terror attacks and crime represent a more immediate and pervasive threat.
The dire humanitarian situation in Yemen is quickly deteriorating as a cholera epidemic spreads across the country.
With families and communities still reeling from the May 22 suicide bombing that killed 22 people outside a pop concert in Manchester, England, U.K. authorities took the extremely rare step of raising the terror threat level to ‘critical,’ its highest possible level.
Heightened concerns over the last several months about an increased terror threat in the U.K. were realized in an apparent suicide attack in Manchester, England.
Amid a large 73 percent turnout of eligible voters, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani won a first-round victory in the May 19 presidential election, garnering a decisive 57 percent of the vote, far exceeding his 50.7 percent majority in the 2013 election.