Georgina Callandar, described as an Ariana Grande super fan who shared a photo with Grande, was named as the first victim in the Manchester terrorist attack.
Salman Abedi has been identified as the suspect who detonated a suicide bomb at the Manchester Arena during an Ariana Grande concert, killing at least 22.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack at a concert venue in Manchester, England, where Ariana Grande was performing, that killed 22 people.
Authorities say the Manchester explosion is likely a terrorist attack by a suicide bomber, but the suspect name was not released. ISIS supporters celebrated.
Ariana Grande released a statement on the explosion that killed 19 in Manchester. Officials believe it was likely a terrorist attack by a suicide bomber.
A video recorded by a fan inside the Manchester Arena shows the moment a bomb exploded at an Ariana Grande concert. The explosion can be heard, but not seen.
British Prime Minister Theresa May raised the country’s terror threat level from severe to critical, indicating a further attack may be imminent.
A CBS Boston reporter has apologized after he joked about Ariana Grande’s music following an explosion at one of her concerts.
ISIS supporters are “celebrating” the explosion at an Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Arena that left at least 19 dead, reportedly as a result of a suicide bomber.
An explosion rocked the Manchester Arena after an Ariana Grande concert on May 22. Reports say at least 20 people have died and dozens more have been injured.
Terrorism cops in the United Kingdom are investigating the Ariana Grande concert explosion as a terrorist incident.
The terror alert in the UK is listed as “severe” which is the second highest on the scale.
Anil Uskanil of Turkey was detained by authorities after he tried to enter the cockpit of a plane leaded from Los Angeles to Honolulu.
Federal agents arrested a man reportedly from Turkey after he tried to enter the cockpit of American Airlines Flight 31 from Los Angeles to Honolulu.
At the center of the report President Trump discussed classified info with the Russians is the threat ISIS and other terrorists could conceal explosives on planes in laptop bombs.