The US military freed a Reuters photographer in Iraq, almost a year and a half after snatching him from his home in the middle of the night and holding him without charge. The US never said why its forces detained the freelance TV cameraman
In the past six weeks, Americans have witnessed two jarringly different -- but completely accurate -- views of al-Qaeda's terrorist network. One image was that of terrorist leaders being hunted down and killed by satellite-guided, pilotless aircraft
In the past six weeks, Americans have witnessed two jarringly different -- but completely accurate -- views of al-Qaeda's terrorist network. One image was that of terrorist leaders being hunted down and killed by satellite-guided, pilotless aircraft.
Women suicide bombers recruited by al-Qaida are known to have had the explosives inserted in their breasts under techniques similar to breast enhancing surgery. The lethal explosives – usually PETN (pentaerythritol Tetrabitrate) – are inserted...
This is eerily similar to 9/11:
True to form, Aafia Siddiqui did not go quietly. Throughout a federal trial that featured compelling testimony about a perplexing case, the Pakistani scientist-turned-attempted murder defendant offered a running, combative commentary that sometimes g
Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair acknowledged Wednesday that government agencies may kill U.S. citizens abroad who are involved in terrorist activities if they are "taking action that threatens Americans." Blair told members of th
In a stiff and quivering voice Senator Susan Collins works her way through her talking points
Several recent bomb attacks in Iraq have left hundreds dead, and it is hoped that this arrest will shed some light on the dangerous practice of marketing "woo-woo" instead of technology.
[how pathetic] Osama bin Laden sought to draw a wider public into his fight against the United States in a new message Friday, dropping his usual talk of religion and holy war and focusing instead on an unexpected topic: global warming.
Long before Osama bin Laden, Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, a.k.a. Carlos the Jackal, was the most famous terrorist of his era, bursting onto the scene with a spectacular hostage-taking of 11 OPEC oil ministers in 1975 and feeding his fame with more bloody a
Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden claimed responsibility for the Christmas Day airline bombing attempt in Detroit, in a audio message released Sunday, and vowed further attacks on the U.S. The message suggests that bin Laden wants to show he remains
Federal agents repeatedly interviewed him or heard him speak to others. But when they read him his legal rights nearly 10 hours after the incident, he went silent. Lawmakers argue he should have been placed immediately in military custody, and the na
Then he pulled a small, clear plastic bag from her carry-on. Inside the bag was fine, white powder. She remembers his words: "Where did you get it?" Just kidding, he said. He waved the baggie. It was his.
Panic in Munich as 1200 cops can't corral a man whose laptop tested positives for explosives and then slipped away before being questioned.
You'll remember that shortly after the Sept. 11 attacks, President George W. Bush said the motivation of the hijackers was that they hated freedom. Hating freedom seemed then and now to be a pretty weak reason to give up one's own life to inflict dea
A Spanish lawmaker was horrified to learn that the FBI used an online photograph of him to create an image showing what Osama bin Laden might look like today. Gaspar Llamazares' photo appeared on a wanted poster updating the U.S. government's 1998 ph
"I will accept that intelligence by its nature is imperfect" the President said, "but it is increasingly clear that intelligence was not fully analyzed or fully leveraged."
Using the same technology of the backscatter scanners in airports, these vans as they go by capture detailed body scans of women and children which are saved to a hard drive for future analysis
The Wall Street Journal, Pat Buchanan and others are already condemning the Obama administration for treating Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab as a civilian criminal rather than an illegal warrior to whom we can presumably do whatever we please.
DHS's Napolitano's response to the crotchbomber: "We're looking to make sure that this sort of incident cannot recur." The TSA's response to Abdulmutalib's attempt makes one thing clear: We must stop pretending the TSA is making us safer.
Cuba angrily rejected U.S. accusations that it supports terrorist groups and demanded its removal from a U.S. list of "state sponsors of terrorism." Cuba's government issued a statement disputing U.S. charges that it backs Basque and Colombian groups
The final prime directive of Islam allows ‘peace’ through submission of all other religions, cultures and people. No two way street with Islam!
Two young men from Queens who had traveled to Pakistan in 2008 with a Denver airport shuttle bus driver who later was charged in a Qaeda bomb plot were arrested early Friday morning in connection with the case, according to the F.B.I. The two men
The solution is very straight forward. It is the same as the security clearance system used by the military and US government agencies to begin with.
Bin Laden has written about this. He has said, 'I want the Americans to come over here and get bogged down, bankrupt their country, and besides it'll help my recruiting efforts.' And we are doing exactly what he had planned."
When they became young adults, their father asked them to volunteer for suicide missions. When Omar protested, bin Laden said, "You hold no more a place in my heart than any man or boy in the entire country. This is true for all my sons."
A passenger whose bag tested positive for explosives at a California airport prompting authorities to shut down the facility and divert flights, said he was carrying only bottled honey. Hours later he was still being held for questioning, and investi
Officials in the Obama White House are considering the possibility that the Christmas day attempt by Nigerian terrorist to blow up an airliner was deliberately and intentionally facilitated by unnamed networks inside the US intelligence community.
Air travelers from Nigeria, Yemen, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia and nine other countries will face full-body pat downs before boarding airliners under new security screening procedures targeting foreign passengers announced by the United State