Video shows the London terror attacker speeding in his SUV across the Westminster Bridge, and a woman falling into the River Thames.
Abu Izzadeen (Trevor Brooks) was falsely identified as the suspect in the terror attack on the Westminster Bridge and UK Parliament in London. He is in jail.
Islamic State sympathizers are posting celebratory memes online following a terrorist attack on Parliament and Westminister Bridge in London this morning.
See photos of the victims of the UK Parliament attack at Westminster Bridge in London. Warning: Some of the photos are graphic.
Watch the moment UK Parliament was suspended during the London terror attack in Westminster.
A video shot by a witness shows several victims on the ground on the Westminster Bridge in London near UK Parliament after an apparent terror attack.
The spokesman for British Prime Minister Theresa May says she is safe after a possible terrorist attack in Westminster at London’s Parliament.
Is the Islamic State behind an alleged terrorist attack on Parliament and Westminister Bridge in London this morning?
Zakaria Bulhan, 19, a Norwegian of Somalian descent, has been named as the suspect accused of stabbing six people, killing a woman, in London’s Russell Square.
While it is unclear if the so-called Islamic State is behind tonight’s deadly knife attack in London, members of ISIS terrorist channels were quick to spread the news.
Five people are injured and one woman was killed in a knife attack at Russell Square in London. See pictures of the scene here.
A woman was killed and five people were injured in a knife attack at Russell Square in London, police say. A suspect is in custody and terrorism is a possibility.
Police were called to Russell Square, London after reports of an attack by a knife-wielding man. Up to six people are injured and one woman is dead. Is the Islamic State behind it?
British Islamic State jihadi propagandist Sally Jones, aka Umm Hussain al-Britani, returned briefly to Twitter today to harass New York Times reporter Rukmini Callimachi and threaten Central London.
Kamila Dolniak, a 33-year-old woman from Poland, was arrested after police say she disrupted a British Airways flight from London to Boston’s Logan Airport.