A Colorado community came together Sunday to remember a local hero who died while serving his country overseas.
Gathered under the fluorescent lights of an austere Denver mosque, a group of parents stared at a photo projected on a wall in front of them.
The strange journey of three suburban Denver girls who authorities say tried to join Islamic State militants in Syria has many in their close-knit east African community worried about whether their own children will be the next to be lured to terror.
One of three Colorado girls who authorities say tried to join Islamic State militants in Syria was confused about what her role would be if she had actually made it there, the girl’s father said Tuesday.
Colorado’s Muslim community is helping in the FBI after three teenage girls from Aurora have been accused of trying to join Islamic extremists in Syria.
There are several theories surrounding possible motives that prompted three teenage girls from Aurora to allegedly try to travel to Syria to join Islamic State militants.
Three teenage girls being investigated for possibly trying to join Islamic State forces in Syria were victims of an “online predator” who encouraged them, a school official said Wednesday, as U.S. officials tried to determine how they made it to Europe without anyone knowing and whether the terrorists’ appeal is deepening among vulnerable youth.
As the cross-continent trip of three Colorado teenage girls makes national headlines, the head of the Colorado Muslim Council says the fact that they were hoping to join Islamic extremists comes as a surprise.
The FBI in Denver says it is investigating the possibility that three girls from the Denver area were trying to travel to Syria to join Islamic State extremists.
Andrew Romanoff took the offensive in Tuesday night’s debate against Mike Coffman and rarely let up.