To more attacks with possible terrorist ties on American soil. Luckily, no one died in the attacks that occurred in St. Cloud, Minn., and New York City over the weekend. On Saturday night, a Somali immigrant disguised himself as a security guard before unleashing a knife attack at a mall in the northern Minnesotan city, injuring 10 people before an off-duty police officer shot and killed him. The attacker asked one shopper if he was Muslim during the attack, police said. While authorities have not confirmed a link to any terrorist groups, the Islamic State has asserted responsibility for the attack. Also on Saturday night, a bombing in Brooklyn injured 29 people while several more bombs were discovered by police in the area and in New Jersey. Those incidents have been tied back to a 28-year-old Afghan immigrant, who was apprehended Monday following a large-scale manhunt, police reported. According to the New York Times, friends and family noticed a change in the suspect following his return from trips to Pakistan. It’s yet another sad reminder that the world we are living in today is dramatically different and more unpredictably dangerous than those of the past.