AQAP and ISIL travelers sentenced and plead guilty in New York.
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The narratives emerging from the New Year's Eve attack in Istanbul underscore the vulnerability of Turkey's secularists.
Ahmed Rahimi, the Chelsea bomber, is indicted in Manhattan, and nine out of eleven co-conspirators are sentenced in Minnesota.
After transferring money to an ISIL recruiter, a 20 year old man is arrested at the Columbus airport on his way to join ISIL in Libya.
Two women are convicted after a Virginia bench trial, two men plead guilty in Wisconsin and Texas, and the second Anaheim subject is sentenced.
A new Washington, DC area subject is charged with material support and California-based Nader Elhuzayel is sentenced to 30 years.
Boston University's Paige Pascarelli argues that "lone wolf" attackers often blend ideologies from disparate and often opposing groups to fit their personal grievances and worldviews.
ISIL hacker is sentenced to 20 years in prison after providing ISIL the personally identifiable information of U.S. military members and government workers. Two others are sentenced for planning an armed attack on a National Guard base.
Chelsea bomber Ahmad Khan Rahami was charged yesterday, and the Federal Defenders are now requesting presentment.
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