Police arrested a man Monday in connection with bombings over the weekend in New York City and New Jersey. NPR takes a look at what led authorities to Ahmad Khan Rahami and if there are other people involved in the attacks.
Fifteen years after 9/11, the battle against terrorist groups has gone high tech with the leveling of what Defense Secretary Ash Carter called cyber bombs. NPR looks at how this cyber war is being waged against ISIS and what it means for the future fight against terror.
The most effective de-radicalization programs build trust and then challenges a jihadist mindset. A version of this program in Copenhagen, Denmark, is called VINK. A counselor explains the process and the lessons it might hold for the U.S.
French investigators are searching for a motive in last night's deadly attack in Nice, France in which more than 80 people were killed and 200 injured by a man who purposely steered a truck through a crowd of Bastille Day revelers.
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