Sen. Schumer Proposes $25,000 Reward For Social Media Terrorism TipsSen. Charles Schumer is introducing legislation requiring a $25,000 reward for information generated through social media that helps thwart a terror attack.
Officials: More Than 800 Boko Haram Hostages Rescued By Nigerian ArmyMore than 800 people who were being held hostage by terrorist group Boko Haram were freed by Nigerian troops Tuesday, the army said.
Researchers Develop New Device To Detect Homemade ExplosiveAmerican researchers have developed a new device to detect a powerful homemade explosive.
Official: 1 Frenchman Arrested In 'Advanced Stages' Of Terrorist AttackOne Frenchman has been arrested in the "advanced stages" of a terrorist attack, France's interior minister said Thursday.
Rep. Maloney: Terrorists May Be Benefiting From Weak Ownership Disclosure LawsA Manhattan congresswoman said Monday that current law is making it easy for terrorists to hide funds right in the U.S.
Donald Trump Switches Stance On TortureTrump is now reversing the course, saying he would follow international guidelines.
Schumer: Feds Need Plan To Assess Radicals On Social MediaThe New York Democrat formally announced his support Sunday for the Combat Terrorist Use of Social Media Act of 2015.
Bratton, FBI Director Meet To Talk Counterterrorism; Homeland Security Announces Changes To Alert SystemMeanwhile, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson also announced modifications to the National Terrorism Advisory System.
Bratton: New York City Schools Received 'Hoax' Terror Threat, Says It Was Similar To LA ThreatNew York City schools were among many districts around the country to receive an email terror threat Tuesday, but police have determined it not to be credible.
Cuomo, Schumer: Give States Access To Suspected Terrorist List To Prevent Gun Buys"It is sheer madness what we are doing now," Cuomo said. "You can be a suspected terrorist, and it is not illegal to possess a firearm or explosives."
Connecticut To Block Gun Sales To Those On No-Fly ListThe Democratic governor said that his order would make Connecticut the first state to do so and that state officials are working with the federal government to get access to the lists.
Obama Outlines Strategy To Defeat Terrorism In Address To NationIn a rare Oval Office address, President Barack Obama on Sunday night urged Americans to not give into fear following attacks in Paris and California

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