A Spanish court overturned the convictions of four men and upheld the acquittal of a fifth on Thursday in the convoluted legal proceedings relating to the 2004 Madrid commuter train bombings that killed 191 people in the deadliest attacks by Islamic
The Government Accountability Office released a report that states that measures designed to secure radioactive materials–that could be used in a dirty bomb by terrorists–are more than three years behind schedule.
Terrorism liaison officers have been getting a lot of attention in the national press lately. But the bottom line of what they do is keep their eyes and ears open for any suspicious activity.
The massive U.S. terror watchlists will soon add their one millionth name and the ACLU will mark the day with an event on July 14th at the National Press Club involving innocent individuals who have been wrongly matched to the terrorist watchlists.
The military trainers who came to Guantánamo Bay in December 2002 based an entire interrogation class on a chart showing the effects of "coercive management techniques" for possible use on prisoners, including "sleep deprivation,"
Seventeen people, including a child left in a critical condition, were injured today when soldiers fired live bullets instead of blanks during an open day demonstration.
I, GEORGE W. BUSH, President of the United States of America, find that the current existence and risk of the proliferation of weapons-usable fissile material on the Korean Peninsula constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national secu
American military intervention in Muslim countries has bred a generation of "angry young men" vulnerable to al-Qa'eda recruitment, a report from a leading security analysis group has said.
The family of Raid Asaad Raid Ghanan, an Israeli guard who was shot in the head during the farewell ceremony for French President Nicolas Sarkozy at Tel Aviv airport, refuted claims today that he committed suicide.
Martha Stewart has been refused a visa to Britain because of her criminal convictions for obstructing justice, the Daily Telegraph has learned.
How to covertly train paramilitaries, censor the press, ban unions, employ terrorists, conduct warrantless searches, suspend habeas corpus, conceal breaches of the Geneva Convention and make the population love it. [US Gov. manual]Entered By: Powell Gammill
In a last ditch effort to capture Osama bin Laden before leaving office, President Bush has enlisted the help of British special forces. "If he [Bush] can say he has killed Saddam Hussein and captured Bin Laden, he can claim to have left the wor
The military trials against U.S.-held detainees at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba will not be affected by a Supreme Court ruling that the detainees have the right to appeal in U.S. civilian courts, Attorney General Michael Mukasey said Friday.
The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that foreign terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay have rights under the Constitution to challenge their detention in U.S. civilian courts. The vote was 5-4.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed said Thursday that he would embrace the death penalty for his role in planning the 9/11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people. He said he has hoped to become a martyr throughout his five years in U.S. detention.
Despite strong criticism from the opposition and even its own coalition partners, Chancellor Angela Merkel's government agreed to give Germany's police forces greater powers to monitor homes, telephones and private computers, maintaining that
State and local police officers fail to notify federal authorities about encounters with possible terrorism suspects up to 10 times a day, a senior FBI official said. Police are asked to contact the center when routine computerized background checks
North Korea has not been linked to a terrorist attack in more than two decades, but it is still on the U.S. list of state sponsors of terrorism. Now, it may be on the verge of its coveted goal of getting removed — for reasons having little to do with
[clairvoyant?] Groups that monitor Islamic Web sites say al Qaeda will post a new video in the next 24 hours urging jihadists to use biological, chemical and nuclear weapons to attack the West, the FBI said on Tuesday.
According to the news articles linked to below, the Department of Homeland Security has continued the expansion of its un-American enforcement activities by directing them against Washington State residents utilizing Northwest domestic Ferry services
The United States is "stuck" with its war-on-terror detention center at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba because it cannot figure out what to do with prisoners who cannot be charged or set loose, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Tuesday.
Who said crime doesn't pay? Read on.
You get picked up by the FBI as a suspected terrorist. They let you go but demand you check in from time to time. What to do? Give them daily everything you do, every day, every month, every year til they choke.
Al-Qaida has rebuilt some of its pre-Sept. 11 capabilities from remote hiding places in Pakistan, leading to a major spike in attacks last year in that country and neighboring Afghanistan, the Bush administration said.
The Justice Department does not deny that the government has monitored phone calls and e-mail exchanges between lawyers and their clients as part of its terrorism investigations in the United States and overseas.
US state terrorism against activists.
"...That changed in February, when federal agents started corralling everyone off domestic ferries into a fenced-off area in Anacortes and questioning them about their citizenship."
Osama bin Laden's chief deputy on Tuesday denied a theory that Israel carried out the Sept. 11 attacks and blamed Iran and Shiite Hezbollah for spreading the idea to discredit the Sunni al-Qaida's strike against the U.S.
When seven ragtag men in a Miami religious sect were indicted in 2006 for their role in a bizarre plot to blow up the FBI Miami office and Chicago's Sears Tower, then- Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales said the case represented "a new bra
Once labelled Canada's first homegrown, Islamist terror plot, the case of the so-called Toronto 18 is quietly melting away. With yesterday's decision to stay charges against four more of those that it had once labelled dangerous terrorists, t