Osama Bin Laden's Al Qaeda and the Afghan Taliban are gaining strength despite being battered since Sept. 11, 2001, two top spy masters told Congress. Despite the "substantial losses" Bin Laden has a "pretty deep bench" of you
Since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the Social Security Administration's vast databases of personal information have become a resource for federal investigators, who have asked the agency to check tens of thousands of records for identity fraud --
The federal government is working with prisons to improve intelligence gathering and monitoring of inmates to curb homegrown terrorism behind bars. The FBI and Homeland Security are urging prison officials to do more extensive background checks on wo
An al-Qaida operative was sentenced to life in prison for plotting to bomb the NY Stock Exchange and other US financial targets and blow up landmark London hotels and train stations with limousines packed with gas tanks, napalm and nails.
What's your terrorism quotient? US Customs and Border Patrol agents will know with a newly announced Automated Targeting System, a data mining system which will use the Treasury's "Watch List" data provided to it by the airlines, y
The Bush adminstration has told a federal judge that terrorism suspects held in secret CIA prisons should not be allowed in secret CIA prisons should not be allowed to reveal details of the "alternative interrogation methods" that their cap
Two brothers charged in an alleged plot to blow up U.S.-bound airliners have been released after a British court ruled there was insufficient evidence to warrant a trial.
(As if you need me to tell you this) Here's a 13 minute video that explains how this program is useless, and isn't listening in on the "terrorists". (Maybe Stu Krone could explain further)
The Islamist radicalism that inspired young Muslims to attack their own countries - in London, Madrid, and Bali - has not yielded similar incidents in the United States, at least so far.
The US Marine Corps has threatened to punish 2 members of the military legal team representing a terrorism suspect being held at Guantanamo Bay if they continue to speak publicly about reported prisoner abuse, a civilian lawyer from the defense team
The Iraqi judge initially appeared ready to drop the charges against [US citizen] Munaf, his lawyers contend. But after meeting privately with the 2 US military officials, he convicted Munaf and sentenced him to death, the lawyers say.
"He was threatened with being cut with a knife and having alcohol poured on the wounds. He was also threatened with imminent execution," the chief federal defender in Miami wrote. "Additionally, Padilla was given drugs against his will
On the 30th anniversary of the first midair bombing of a civilian airliner in the Americas, the plot's suspected mastermind is hoping that a US judge will release him from a jail where he has been held on immigration-related charges.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has opened an investigation into the conduct of the Anti-Terrorist Branch detectives who arrested Mr Raissi in 2001 and prepared the evidence against him. In a separate move, Mr Raissi will go to the Hi
A letter that has been translated and released by the US military indicates that Al Qaeda itself sees the continued American presence in Iraq as a boon for the terror network, which has recently shown signs of expanding into the Palestinian territori
A federal judge in Detroit rejected the government's request to dismiss an ACLU lawsuit challenging the constitutionally of the controversial USA Patriot Act, an anti-terrorism measure Congress enacted after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
Ten years after the Military Commissions Act of 2006, they came for Bobby Jaffar and his family. Officers from a Joint Terrorism Task Force, clad in Kevlar and wielding assault rifles, didn't knock: They cracked the door down. Ten-year old Bobby
On July 10, 2001, two months before the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, then-CIA Director George J. Tenet met with his counterterrorism chief, J. Cofer Black, at CIA headquarters to review the latest on Osama bin Laden and his al-
Members of the Sept. 11 commission said today that they were alarmed that they were told nothing about a White House meeting in July 2001 at which George J. Tenet, then the director of central intelligence, is reported to have warned Condoleezza Rice
Monzer al-Kassar has been accused of arming Iraqis, the Contras and Somalian warlords and cleared of murder. He is on Iraq's 'most wanted' list - but says his hands are clean.
Congress approved legislation to help protect US ports against catastrophic Sept. 11-style attacks. But lawmakers tacked on an unrelated ban on Internet gambling.
The fugitive terror chief said experts in the fields of "chemistry, physics, electronics, media and all other sciences especially nuclear scientists and explosives experts" should join his group's jihad, or holy war, against the West.
A U.N. report released said the Iraq war provided al Qaeda with a training center and recruits, reinforcing a U.S. intelligence study blaming the conflict for a surge in Islamic extremism. al Qaeda was inspiring a Taliban resurgence in Afghanistan, s
Britain's Ministry of Defence distanced itself from an intelligence report published by the BBC that said the U.S.-led war in Iraq had fuelled Muslim radicalism around the world. Extracts of notes by an intelligence officer working for a ministry
4 underlying factors are fueling the spread of the jihadist movement: (1) Entrenched grievances, such as corruption, injustice, and fear of Western domination, leading to anger, humiliation and sense of powerlessness; (2) the Iraq "jihad;"
A judge refused to allow the release on bond of a US citizen prosecutors said wanted to join the Taliban after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks while the United States was at war with the Islamic radical movement.
Well, it takes the government 71 pages to explain that there own program didn't find Atta. Well, if you have time, and patience, read what they have to say, and make your own conclusions.
Lieutenant-Colonel (ret.) Nigel Wylde, a former senior British Army Intelligence Officer, has suggested that the police and government story about the "terror plot" revealed on 10th August was part of a "pattern of lies and deceit.**QQ
A 26 minute video interviewing 2 people who were an unfortunate part of the CIA rendition program. Also includes, Michael Scheuer, who was in charge of Alec Station, and the person who started this program.
On March 2, 2001, then-senior White House counterterrorism official Roger Cressey sent a memo to then-National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice relaying intelligence that bin Laden had gloated about the attack on the Cole in a poem he read at his so