The White House plans to announce Tuesday that a rural Illinois prison will be acquired by the federal government to become the new home for a limited number of Guantanamo Bay detainees. Administration officials as well as Illinois Sen. Richard Du
A Chicago man accused of plotting a terrorist attack against a Danish newspaper knew in advance about the deadly Mumbai terrorist attacks and offered congratulations to the killers, federal prosecutors charged Monday.
Despite a comprehensive extradition treaty signed between India and the US in 1997, Headly facing trial in India may be complicated. The US authorities are unlikely to let him go as he may be useful to any future investigations. Doubts also remain
A new Internal Revenue Service unit set up to catch rich tax cheats hiding their wealth in complex business entities is rapidly taking shape with the hiring of hundreds of employees. The IRS high wealth unit, part of a broader effort to combat intern
A small group of FBI agents huddled outside a Home Depot in Atlanta in January 2006, watching a young man suspected of being linked to terrorists as he walked out the door with materials that could be used to make a bomb. They knew Syed Haris Ahme
South Africa on Thursday suspended dozens of officials being investigated for giving citizenship to mainly Pakistani foreigners, nearly a year after Britain warned that corrupt officials were handing out false South African passports.
One lawyer calls it the “death list” — a cadre of about 20 veteran defense lawyers in New York who have broad experience in death penalty and other complex criminal cases. They have represented defendants in terrorist bombings in East Africa, drug-re
What's Happening 12/2/09 *ALERT!!! - Possible Air Alert* I can’t confirm or deny the information in this copied email, but with today’s upside-down sanitarium of a world we’re in right now… if there’s ANY truth to this, people need to know & be
Osama bin Laden was unquestionably within reach of U.S. troops in the mountains of Tora Bora when American military leaders made the crucial and costly decision not to pursue the terrorist leader with massive force, a Senate report says. The repor
Carrying a bomb on campus is a "joke". What could go wrong?
Emerging from the dust and debris that day was a movement, known these days as 9/11 Truth or “truthers” – people who believe that 9/11 was part of a vast conspiracy and cover-up by a criminal faction within the U.S. government. As the fifth estate re
The five men facing trial in the Sept. 11 attacks will plead not guilty so that they can air their criticisms of U.S. foreign policy, the lawyer for one of the defendants said Sunday. Scott Fenstermaker, the lawyer for accused terrorist Ali
Are we at war — or not? For if we are at war, why is Khalid Sheikh Mohammed headed for trial in federal court in the Southern District of New York? Why is he entitled to a presumption of innocence and all of the constitutional protections of a U.S
The commander of military forces protecting North America has ordered a review of the costly air defenses intended to prevent another Sept. 11-style terrorism attack, an assessment aimed at determining whether the commitment of jet fighters, other ai
Terrorist incidents over the past 12 months show that Islamic extremists within the U.S. increasingly are launching attacks against targets such as military bases, anti-terrorist experts said. "The threat is now increasingly from within, from homegro
Law & Order: KSM Samantha Bee fears the media won't be able to handle Khalid Shaikh Mohammed's trial if it's held in New York City.
Americans across this great country are trying to make sense of the recent tragedy at Fort Hood Texas. This horrific crime has torn at our hearts and souls. We are grieving for the loss of life and the innocence of a nation that was ripped apart on T
Be aware … prepare to accept it … America is going to be a country of Islam! Sumcad/11/14/09. Also read more the writer’s widely read column at NWS.com.
Joe Lieberman has an ally in Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security.
Self-proclaimed Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and 4 other Guantanamo Bay detainees will be sent to New York to face trial in a civilian federal court, and 5 other suspects will be sent to military commissions [WTF?].
Florida resident Dan Ross ordered flowers for Hasan and sought a card that read "In God's eye, and those who submit, you are a hero!" The florist, Phil Enderle, refused to fill the $59.95 order and instead contacted the FBI.
Remember when the Department of Homeland Security was touted as an agency that would serve as a clearinghouse for info on terrorists--instead of just another ineffective, bloated federal bureaucracy?
According to the FBI, 10% of American mosques preach Jihad. 25% of American Muslims 18-29-years-old believe suicide bombings are justified.
Press TV’s Arash Zahedi talks to Alex Jones on Fort Hood shooting
According to sources, Major Nadil Hasan had tried to contact al-Qaeda and that the FBI known for “months”. We wondered: what if Hasan had been an Air Force jet fighter pilot, and his weapon, instead of a so-called “Cop Killer” pistol, had been six AM
An Italian judge on Wednesday began deliberating the fate of 26 Americans and seven Italians charged with kidnapping an Egyptian terror suspect in 2003, as the first trial in the world involving the CIA's extraordinary rendition program drew to a cl
A man set fire to the New York City 911 “Memorial”, revealing that, despite, millions in funds for “planning”, eight years after 911, the victim’s remains and the place to pay respects is a temporary tent next to the Coroner’s office.
Number of names on terrorist watch list at 400,000, the FBI says. The broad scope and complexity of the nation's terrorist watch list, documents a daily flood of names nominated for inclusion to the controversial list. During a 12-month period ended
Halloween donut terror SCARE!!! A regular KSM or OBL (18 y/o boy) who police said posted "empty threats", that were "threatening in nature" that "appeared" to be directed at witnesses, and police had "reason to believe" that the postings were "instil
"I find it hard to believe that nobody in your government knows where they are and couldn't get them if they really wanted to," she told a group of newspaper editors. "Maybe they are not 'get-at-able'. I don't know," she said.