White House Fuels Immigration Debate with Terrorism Statistics

A Trump administration report concludes that the vast majority of convicted terrorists are immigrants. But it relies on confusing and misleading data.

Work Stops on St. Nicholas Shrine at World Trade Center Site

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America received $37 million in donations for the reconstruction but could not pay its bills, Skanska U.S.A. said.

Trump Administration Adds Restrictions for Visa-Waiver Countries

Countries whose citizens can visit the United States without a visa must step up their information sharing and put in effect other security measurements, American officials said.

Who Owns Art From Guant√°namo Bay? Not Prisoners, U.S. Says

An art exhibit in Manhattan put detainees’ work on display. Now the Pentagon is deciding whether more art from Guantánamo Bay can be shared.

Director of American Counterterrorism Center to Step Down

Nicholas J. Rasmussen is one of the few American officials to serve continuously in counterterrorism jobs since the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

With Tweet, Trump May Add Burden to Prosecution of Attack Suspect

The president’s late-night Twitter message could complicate the case against the man accused in the Manhattan truck attack before it even heads to trial.