An Orange man pleaded guilty Monday to federal charges of attempting to provide material support to ISIL.
“This is ISIS. This is how they operate,” Aaron Cohen said.
This holiday weekend, law enforcement agencies throughout Southern California will be on alert over possible terror threats after an ISIS leader recently called on his followers to strike.
Law enforcement remains on alert from coast to coast over concerns that the upcoming fourth of July weekend could be tempting motivation for homegrown terrorists.
The object was actually a massage ball and some batteries wrapped in plastic.
Two California men who authorities say aspired to join the Islamic State group have pleaded not guilty in the case.
Four local students are set to unveil a mural of late journalist and musician Daniel Pearl, who was kidnapped and murdered in Pakistan in 2002.
A special forum in Irvine focused on the issue of Muslim extremism on Tuesday night, as Orange County Muslim leaders told dozens of attendees that Islam does not promote violence.
A video posted to social media Tuesday claimed to show the beheading of an American journalist by the terrorist group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, who have been the targets of US airstrikes in Iraq over recent weeks.
As LA remains prone to nearly every calamity known to man, lucrative job opportunities for emergency management professionals will continue to grow.
Amid fears that terrorists may have found new ways to bypass existing security, the American government is pushing for tighter screening measures at European and Middle Eastern airports for flights heading to the U.S.
“I felt like I’m in a nightmare,” says Leehy Shaer, “I want people to wake me and tell me it’s not true, you know?”
Operation Maritime Chokehold is a $30 million program made possible through a grant from Homeland Security.
A federal grand jury in Sacramento has indicted a California man on a single charge of attempting to provide support to a foreign terrorist organization.
Security concerns surrounding the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi continue to escalate, but the sister of one Southland Olympian is not letting that get in the way of her trip — or her pride.