Terrorism

Twitter Suspends 125,000 Accounts For Possible Terrorist LinksTwitter says it's now using spam-fighting technology to seek out and automatically flag accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity.
Sacramento Man Pleads Not Guilty To Lying About Syria TripAn Iraqi-born man living in Sacramento pleaded not guilty Friday to a federal charge that he lied to investigators about traveling to Syria to fight against the government there two years ago.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg Says Users Should Combat TerrorismA Facebook executive is encouraging social media users to help combat terror in a unique way.
Widow of American Military Contractor Killed by ISIS Files Lawsuit Against TwitterThe widow of an American military contractor killed in Jordan by ISIS last year filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Twitter, claiming that the San Francisco-based social media company allows terrorist groups to use its site to spread extremist propaganda.
Terror-Related Arrests In Sacramento, Houston Refuel Refugee DebateTwo Iraqi-born men who came to the United States as refugees have been arrested on terrorism-related charges by federal authorities who allege one traveled to Syria to fight with terrorists in the civil war and the other provided support to the Islamic State group.
National Security Officials, Silicon Valley Leaders Meet On Fighting TerrorismMembers of President Barack Obama’s national security team will meet with Silicon Valley tech leaders in an effort to fight terrorism recruitment online.
Iraqi Refugees Arrested In Sacramento, Houston As Part Of Terror ProbeTwo people have been arrested in Sacramento and Houston as part of an investigation into terrorist activities, authorities said.
Bail Denied For Fremont Man Accused Of Trying To Join Al-QaedaA Fremont man suspected of attempting to travel to Syria to join a branch of Al-Qaeda was denied bail by a federal judge Tuesday.
Tip Leads Bomb Squad To Man Suspected Of Making Bombs In Richmond Home To Harm MuslimsA neighborhood in Richmond had to be evacuated Sunday when police say a man was making explosives in his home with the intent of harming the Muslim community.
Fremont Man Accused Of Trying To Join Al Qaeda Branch In SyriaA Fremont man appeared in federal court Thursday morning on charges that he tried to travel to Syria and join a branch of Al-Qaeda there.
Eagles Of Death Metal Band Members Make Tearful Return To Site Of Horrific Paris MassacreMembers of California rock band Eagles of Death Metal on Tuesday revisited the ravaged Paris theater where they survived a massacre by Islamic extremist suicide bombers.
Sacramento Bee: Gov. Brown Says Arizona, Nevada Gun Laws Provide 'Back Door' For TerroristsIn an interview published Saturday by the Sacramento Bee, Gov. Jerry Brown says Nevada and Arizona gun laws provide a ‘gigantic back door’ for terrorists.

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