The explosion would be first major attack in the Afghan capital since Trump abruptly called off U.S.-Taliban talks on Saturday
Osama bin Laden
Hamza bin Laden was at his father's side in Afghanistan before 9/11, and vowed to take revenge against the United States for his father's death
Royal decree revoking prominent al-Qaida figure's citizenship only became public after the U.S. government offered cash prize for information leading to his capture
A Taliban spokesman repudiated claim that ISIS was in control, saying instead that ISIS had been pushed back from some of the territory it had taken in the area
Five of Ayman al-Zawahiri's bodyguards who were in the next room were killed in the blast, but he survived, Newsweek reported
Hamza bin Laden names 21-minute speech 'We Are All Osama,' as analysts warn of 'a new face for Al-Qaida' that could rally renewed support for the group.
Award-winning Israeli journalist Henrique Cymerman feels at home in TV studios around the world and in the presence of Arab and Palestinian leaders. He has now created a four-part series called 'Jihad Now.'
A dissatisfied ISIS recruit gave Sky News a memory stick with the names of 22,000 jihadists in Syria and Iraq. But did the Islamic State decide itself to make public the names of its fighters?
In an undated letter released by the American government, the deceased Al-Qaida chief blamed corporate influence for the environmental crisis unfolding around the world.
Al-Qaida leader was constantly warning operatives to check for monitoring devices, avoid going out on cloudless days.
Mali attack could herald a new era of global competition between the two groups, each seeking to outdo the other with ever more devastating attacks.
Look for the roots of Islamic terror not in medieval Arabia but in the romantic, murderous atmosphere of revolutionary France, beheadings and all.
Relatives of former Al-Qaida leader, along with Jordanian pilot, died when private jet crashed in England on Friday.
Nasir al-Wahishi, a charismatic former associate of Osama bin Laden, turned Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) into a force to be reckoned with.
Al-Qaida's Khalid al-Fawwaz was convicted of four conspiracy counts for his connection with the deadly 1998 suicide bombings that claimed 224 lives and injured over 4,000.
Egypt's justice minister resigns after class-based comments provoke outrage; Moroccan fighter jet goes missing ahead of Yemen cease-fire; Pakistan was in on bin Laden raid, U.S. journalist says.
U.S. version of bin Laden raid was false, investigative journalist Seymour Hersh writes in the London Review of Books.
Ideology is far from the best to tool to use when attempting to decipher the constantly shifting kaleidoscope of Jihadist alliances, from Syria to Afghanistan.
Stanley Cohen sentenced to one-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to tax offenses.
Sources dispute Washington Post story quoting Rob O'Neill, a former SEAL, as the one to have fired the fatal shot that hit Al-Qaida leader.
U.S. company invites children to fill in with crayon pictures of the Islamic State's crucified victims, read about how Obama broke the law.
If Mahmoud Othman had been deported from the U.K. in the late 1990s when Jordan first asked, the 9/11 attacks might never have happened.
Lawyers believe that everybody deserves representation in court, even if they receive backlash similar to what their clients face.
Stanley Cohen pleaded guilty to a federal charge of impeding the IRS and faces up to 18 months in prison.
While the library's name has garnered attention, Bin Laden has increasingly disappeared from Pakistani public consciousness.
In surprise testimony, defendant describes Al-Qaida leader's justification for striking the U.S.
The stakes are higher than restraining Tehran's nuclear program. Improved relations may be our last best hope of ending the Syrian civil war.
Al-Qaida has realized that the indiscriminate killing of Muslims is a strategic liability, and hopes instead to create a schism between Muslims and everyone else.
The terror organization certainly got a rise out of the U.S., which shut down numerous embassies in reaction to intercepted 'chatter’.
Move follows heightened security warning prompting closure of several U.S. missions across the region. British also withdraws staff from Yemen embassy.