Active shooter incidents are on the rise. Learn how coronavirus, which is forcing people inside and online, is contributing to radicalization. Also learn some of the warning signs.
Senior al-Qaeda leader Abu Muhsin al-Masri (a.k.a. Husam Abd al-Rauf), an Egyptian, was killed during an operation in Ghazni province.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
During the COVID-19 pandemic people are spending more time online, which gives terrorists greater opportunities to recruit sympathizers and potential lone wolves. Learn more about increasing terrorism threats during coronavirus.
Glynn Cosker talks to AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz about her covert surveillance career in the military, government, and as a private investigator.
iSTART (Ideology, Strategy, Tactics, Accounting, Recruitment, and Targets): A new framework to help understand how specific terrorist groups operate.
While local and federal law enforcement resources are responding to nationwide demonstrations, it is critical to recognize the continued threat of active shooters and domestic terrorism.
During the ongoing nationwide demonstrations, we must recognize the continued threat of active shooters and domestic terrorism.
The International Spy Museum recently introduced a series of webinars, virtual field trips and other online events in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.