Plots by American-based Islamic terrorists with no direct ties to international terror networks form a large and growing threat to the American homeland, FBI and other security officials say. "The trend we're seeing is that we are uncover
When it came to waging holy war, Nuradin Abdi's spirit was willing, according to federal charges filed against him in 2004. But his flesh, all 250-plus pounds of it, was another matter.
How stupid are we as a civilization? How many more terrorists can we absorb into our civilization before we no longer control our destiny? The Fort Dix Six prove our danger grows by adding more immigrants.
The United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) can be considered a terrorist organization according to both international and American definitions of terrorism. Since September 2001, U.S. President George W. Bush announced that he would use all
Jurors in Jose Padilla's terrorism support trial are scheduled to get a preview of the evidence during opening statements on Monday, but they'll hear virtually nothing about the accusations that led to his arrest.
The Bush administration said it no longer seeks to limit the number of meetings between Guantanamo prisoners and their lawyers, a proposal that had been strongly criticized by civil liberties and legal groups.
He railed against the US, helped scout out military installations for attack, offered to introduce his comrades to an arms dealer, and gave them a list of weapons he could procure, including machine guns and rocket-propelled grenades. These were not
While Cuba can't try Posada, who walks free in the US after being cleared of immigration fraud charges by a judge, a federal court in New Jersey just might. A grand jury is meeting to decide whether to indict Posada on charges of financing a terr
The Pentagon charged Salim Ahmed Hamdan, the Guantanamo prisoner whose lawsuit derailed the Bush administration's original terror trial plan, with conspiracy and material support for terrorism.
It's also worth noting that in the Ft. Dix plot we find, once again, the conspicuous involvement of an FBI "informant," described as a veteran of the Egyptian military; in fact, the FBI plant actually seems to have suggested the attack.
An interview with Nasir Abas, and Indonesian, who was a top commander in Jemaah Islamiyah, al-Qaeda's franchise operation in Southeast Asia. He has switched sides,and is working with the authorities, and offers insight on how to fight terrorists
First, it's worth noting that today's success was due to intellience gathering and law-enforcement efforts -- the very techniques the Bush White House has consistently riduculed as ineffective in counterterrorism
Al-Qaida has re-established itself in large part in the last year, according to Defense Secretary Robert Gates, despite the US-led "global war on terror." "We know that al-Qaida has re-established itself the Federally Adminstered Terr
Defense officials told the U.S. House of Representatives that it could take about three years to try 60 to 80 Guantanamo Bay inmates identified as terror suspects who could be successfully prosecuted on war crimes charges before military tribunals.
A US judge has thrown out an indictment against Cuban Luis Posada Carriles, a former CIA contractor linked to the 1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner. Posada allegedly entered the US illegally in 2005, but charges were dismissed on Tuesday
Six suspected Islamic radicals were detained on charges of plotting to attack the U.S. army base at Fort Dix in New Jersey with rocket-propelled grenades and automatic weapons.
With his trial on immigration charges set for May 11, the US government has filed a motion in federal court seeking to bar the international terrorist Luis Posada Carriles from testifying on his role as an agent of the CIA.
Today's foreign terrorists could be tomorrow's US refugees if the Bush adminstration gets its way. The intent is to grant refugee status to rebels who have fought repressive governments or advanced US foreign policy objectives, particularly
US officials championing freedom and democracy are well aware that they cannot try to silence Islamist militants by censoring or blocking the burgeoning number of Al-Qaeda related web sites.
The FBI office in Miami has been quietly gathering evidence on a 1997 bombing that killed an Italian man at a Havana hotel, with agents traveling to the Cuban capital recently to see if they can link Cuban exile militant Luis Posada Carriles to the a
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Jury selection in the José Padilla case is now under way in federal district court in Miami, but the trial is nothing more than a sham. Why? Because no matter how the jury rules, Padilla is almost certain to remain incarcerated for a long time.
The leader of al Qaeda in Iraq was killed on Tuesday in a fight between insurgents north of Baghdad, the Interior Ministry spokesman said, but the US military said it could not confirm the report. There has been growing friction
Iran was holding a two-day conference Tuesday with the aim of seeking the roots of terrorism and distinguishing between Islamic groups fighting for freedom and Islamists involved in terrorism. There were 46 scholars from 20 countries
Terrorist attacks worldwide shot up more than 25 percent last year, killing 40 percent more people than in 2005, particularly in Iraq where extremists used chemical weapons and suicide bombers to target crowds, the State Department said Monday.
Onetime CIA analyst alleges Cheney, Libby lied to Congress about Pakistani nukes
British diplomats are checking secret reports that elements within Iran, normally hostile to the West, helped the American secret services to capture Abdul Hadi al-Iraqi, the Kurdish-born senior al-Qaeda militant who was revealed last week
In a new book that will likely add more fuel to the debate over the war, former CIA Director George Tenet says that his agency warned the Bush White House that a U.S. invasion could lead to "anarchy and the territorial breakup" of Iraq.
It's not a prison, man. It's a detainee camp! Mark Yannone gets it "all sussed out" in the most forthright, clear manner yet made for the future of the Guantanamo Detainee Camp. WARNING: Reading this may rupture something.
The US Supreme Court denied petitions of 2 plaintiffs who have been held in limbo for 5 years at Guantanamo. The justices have added another burden to the train of abuses the government has sent barreling down the tracks at US citizens.