Notorious gang leader, with documented history of using violence to achieve political purposes [see definition of terrorism], bypasses airport security with TSA blessing.
A laptop bag containing a detonator and clock found at Namibia's main airport during loading of a flight to Munich was only a security test device and not a bomb as initially feared. It was an explosive simulation training device manufactured by a US
The first suspect transferred from Guantanamo military prison to face a U.S. civilian court was found not guilty of terrorism charges on Wednesday in a setback to President Barack's Obama plans for trying terrorism suspects. Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani
Megaplex includes offices for the CIA, FBI, DEA, Defense Intelligence, BATF, Department of Treasury and others, Mexico will now have a Military ‘Liaison’ for NORTHCOM.- U.S. is now in charge of all tactical efforts against the drug war, counter-insur
Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, will probably remain in military detention without trial for the foreseeable future, according to Obama administration officials.
An Al Qaeda leader, the head of a designated terror organization and a confessed jihadist-in-training are among a "Who's Who" of controversial figures who have participated in weekly prayer sessions on Capitol Hill since the 2001 terror attacks.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has produced a video to educate police officers about domestic terrorists and cop killers. And naturally, they include people who videotape cops as potential suspects.
A string of anti-Christian bombings has cost six more lives in the wake of the Baghdad church bloodbath, sowing panic in Iraq's 2,000-year-old minority on Wednesday, many of whom now want to flee.
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The first Guantanamo detainee to face a civilian trial is a “mass murderer” who played a key role in the terrorist bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998, a prosecutor said Monday in closing arguments. Defense claims that Ahmed Ghailani
American authorities sent David C. Headley, a small-time drug dealer and sometime informant, to work for them in Pakistan months after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, despite a warning that he sympathized with radical Islamic groups. Not long after Mr.
. The communication cards had been removed and the phones could not receive calls, officials said, making it likely the terrorists intended the alarm or timer functions to detonate the bombs. "The cell phone probably would have been triggered by t
The two package bombs intercepted by authorities in Britain and Dubai last week appear to have been built to detonate "in flight" and to bring down the planes carrying them, President Obama's top counterterrorism adviser said. "At this point we, I th
These guys really are getting obvious.
Farooque Ahmed, a naturalized citizen arrested Wednesday, was a married father who had a good job with a telecommunications company. Authorities say he also was eager to kill Americans in Afghanistan and committed to becoming a martyr.
A Pakistani-born Virginia man was arrested Wednesday and accused of casing Washington-area subway stations in what he thought was an al-Qaida plot to bomb and kill commuters. The bombing plot was a ruse conducted over the past six months, the FBI sai
He didn't just get into the stadium. The man made his way onto the field with his M16s. It was a member of the authorized color guard who noticed the man was not with them and reported the imposter to U of M Police.
For a system sunk so deeply in evil, there is no "lesser" evil to choose. The militarist kleptocracy itself is evil, and every political faction that does not denounce it and seek to dismantle it is complicit in this evil.
In virtually every way, the War on Drugs is a mirror image of the War on Terror: sustained with the same deceitful propaganda, driven by many of the same motives, prosecuted with similar templates, and destructive in the same ways.
Three years before Pakistani terrorists struck Mumbai in 2008, federal agents in New York City investigated a tip that an American businessman was training in Pakistan with the group that later executed the attack.
Saudi intelligence services have warned of a new terror threat from al-Qaida against Europe, particularly in France. He said the warning of a potential attack by al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula was received "in the last few hours, few days."
The "war on terror" is now in its tenth year. What is it really all about?
Court Deciding Whether Anti-terrorism Law Misapplied In Case Of Woman Who Sent Toxic Chemicals
A magazine run by the Yemeni group al-Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula has published a list of tips on how to kill Americans.
The Secret Service says it questioned and released an overexuberant fan of President Barack Obama who had tossed a paperback book near the president at a Philadelphia rally on Sunday.
U.S. authorities plan a law enforcement surge this week along Amtrak routes, an exercise called RailSafe, and the heads of the country's biggest mass transit systems were briefed today on the possible terror threat,
The only people who can profit from [general warnings] are the officials who issue it. If something does happen, they are covered: They warned us, they won't be criticized or forced to resign. If nothing happens, then we'll all forget about it anyway
If you posted an Obama Joker poster or Tea Party literature on a public bulletin board, the Justice Department is warning you are a possible terrorist.
An Arab-American activist who attended an outreach session at the White House complex in April had his Chicago home raided by the FBI last week and appears to be a focus of an unfolding federal terrorism-support investigation. Hatem Abudayyeh, who
The United States and Britain warned their citizens of an increased risk of terrorist attacks in Europe, with Washington saying al Qaeda might target transport infrastructure. The U.S. State Department issued a warning directed at American citizens t