Police have arrested a 13-year-old girl who on social media threatened to shoot up her middle school in Dallas.
Shoppers at the Mall of America are walking around like "unarmed sheep" thanks to the massive shopping center's gun ban, a Minnesota lawmaker warned on "Fox and Friends" this morning. Republican state representative Tony Cornish, who spent 32 years in law enforcement and 13 years in the National Guard, has spoken out in recent days after the terror group al-Shabaab released a video calling for the mall to be attacked.
British Prime Minister spoke this morning right after the country raised its terror threat level to "severe."
Chief Intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge reported this afternoon on the current state of al Qaeda, as new assessments point to the terror network and its affiliate groups becoming stronger and operating in at least 12 countries. These groups are blamed for more murders in the final quarter of 2013 than in all of 2012.
Veteran newsman Ted Koppel accused the Obama administration of overreacting to the global terror threat that prompted the closure of 19 U.S. embassies overseas.
President Obama made his first public comments on the recent Al Qaeda threat yesterday on "The Tonight Show," leading some to question whether talking to Jay Leno is really the right forum for such remarks. Bill Hemmer discussed the issue this morning in a spirited debate with Alan Colmes and Brad Blakeman.
The Associated Press is reporting that Yemen claims it has foiled an Al Qaeda plot to take over key cities in the country and blow up gas facilities.
As the United States closes 22 embassies and consulates around the world, sources have told Fox News that the terrorist “chatter” that U.S. intelligence has picked up over the past two weeks “exceeds anything witnessed in the last decade.”