Twenty-eight people were killed and 60 injured when three suicide bombers detonated devices at the Atatürk airport in Istanbul, Turkey, Tuesday night, The New York Times reports.
Debris was found in the Mediterranean Sea, but it hasn't been confirmed it's from the plane. Meanwhile, leaders are not ruling out terrorism.
Daniel and Caleb Tate, 22, of Cochranville Township, Pennsylvania, were arrested and charged with arson by explosion, arson by possession of explosive devices, conspiracy, theft, and other offenses.
Charles Keating IV was killed in a "coordinated and complex attack" by roughly 100 ISIS fighters, the Pentagon said Tuesday.
A militant attack in Kabul, Afghanistan killed at least 28 people and wounded more than 300 others. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, which came one week after the militants announced the launch of its spring offensive.
One in every five "suicide bombers" used by Boko Haram in the past two years has been a child, underscoring the heartless nature of the religious extremist group, according to a report released Tuesday by the United Nations Children's Fund, writes Al Jazeera.
While Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has made a big deal out of blocking Syrian refugees from entering the United States out of fear of terrorism, the truth is that right-wing extremists are a much greater threat than terrorists linked to ISIS or similar organizations.
A 20-year-old former cheerleader student at Mississippi State University pleaded guilty Tuesday to one charge of federal terrorism after she and her fiance were arrested last year en route to Istanbul, Turkey in a plot to join ISIS, according to CBS News.