The suspect behind a deadly shooting in Tucson, Ariz., that killed six people and injured 19 others including Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was represented in court, Monday, by prominent attorney Judy Clarke. Clarke specializes in federal dea
Live news coverage showing conflicting reports about whether or not Gabrielle Giffords was alive or dead Tucson Az 01/07/2011
A package addressed to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano ignited Friday at a Washington postal facility, a day after fiery packages sent to Maryland's governor and transportation secretary burned the fingers of workers who opened them.
A Florida professor was arrested and removed from a plane Monday after his fellow passengers alerted crew members they thought he had a suspicious package in the overhead compartment. That "suspicious package" turned out to be keys, a bagel with c
At a news conference in Annapolis Maryland, after two small packages released fire and smoke in different government owned buildings, representatives from the governors office and state police gave a brief press conference concerning the topic. In
Employees of the British consulate in Jerusalem were arrested by Israeli police investigating a planned terror attack on a sports stadium. It was also discovered that the employees are members of Hamas
"The problem is that the United States government has labeled the Mujahedeen Khalq a 'foreign terrorist organization,' making it a crime to provide it, directly or indirectly, with any material support," he wrote
"The TSA has grown too big and we're unhappy with the way it's doing things," said Larry Dale, president of Orlando Sanford International Airport. "My board is sold on the fact that the free enterprise system works well and that we should go with a p
Christians clashed with Egyptian police in the northern city of Alexandria on Saturday, furious over an apparent suicide bombing against worshippers leaving a New Year’s Mass at a church that killed at least 21 people. It was the worst violence again
Prosecutors say the last of a group of 12 Somalis arrested in the Netherlands last week on suspicion of preparing a terrorist attack has been freed. The group was taken into custody Dec. 24 after a tip from the country's intelligence agency and were
The Obama administration is expressing alarm over reports that thousands of political separatists and captured Taliban insurgents have disappeared into the hands of Pakistan’s police and security forces, and that some may have been tortured or killed
A counter-terrorism consultant told a meeting of law enforcement officials that the way to combat militant Muslims is to "kill them ... including the children." A self-described "former PLO terrorist" who "now speaks out for USA and Israel," made the
The government's top security officials say they are upgrading subway and rail defenses against terrorist attacks throughout the country, but a USA TODAY examination finds gaping holes, including many that may not be possible to plug. The holes i
President Obama's top aide on intelligence appeared to be completely unaware in a television interview of the arrests this week of 12 men accused of plotting an Al-Qaeda-inspired attack.
"What was uppermost on his mind, however, is the alarming rise in the number of Americans who are more than willing to attack and kill their fellow citizens."
In the biggest anti-terrorist sweep in Britain in nearly 2 years, police have arrested 12 men for plotting a large-scale terror attack on targets inside the UK. The suspects, who ranged in age from 17 to 28, had been under surveillance for weeks and
Officers will start random bag inspections on the sprawling Washington subway system, the Washington Metro Transit Police said on Thursday, a week after a man was arrested for making bomb threats to the rail system.
You’ve heard of no fly and no buy lists – get ready for no work lists. Millions of workers now must apply to the DHS and prove they are not terrorists in order to be granted permission by the government to work.
Metro anti-terrorism teams will immediately start random inspections of passengers' bags and packages to try to protect the rail and bus system from attack, transit officials said Thursday. Police using explosives-screening equipment and bomb-snif
It also criminalizes all casual discussions of such disclosures by persons not authorized to receive them to other persons not authorized to receive them–in other words, all tweets sending around those countless news stories, all blogging on them, an
Two blasts that shook a busy shopping street in central Stockholm were an act of terrorism, officials said Sunday, in what appeared to be a suicide bombing. It would be the first such attack in the Nordic country.
A Canadian judicial lynching
A vice-president at the online payments firm said the State Department had said the activities of the website were illegal in the US. PayPal suspended payments to Wikileaks last week, and has been followed by Visa Europe and Mastercard. Amazon and Sw
Libya bullied the Brits into releasing the Lockerbie bomber. They warned the British government "flat out that there will be 'enormous repercussions'" if they didn't spring Abdelbaset al-Megrahi on compassionate grounds, cables from the U.S. embassy
WikiLeaks is not an actual al-Qaeda operation but it might as well be. Recent events reveal the site is a free-lance intelligence operation run by Western leftists who ally with terrorists.
A key Republican Congressman from New York has a new definition for the word "terrorism" that doesn't require the use of violence or even fear.
An Somali-born, American teenager was apparently set up by federal law enforcement officials who posed as radical Islamic fighters and lured the young man into a plot he believed would lead him to detonate a car bomb at an Oregon Christmas tree light
On September 24th, the FBI raided the homes of 14 peace activists in Minneapolis and Chicago, ostensibly searching for possible "material support" to terrorist organizations. "Prosecutions for protected political activity have a chilling effect, not
Obama today sent a personal thank-you to Kim Jon Ill of North Korea for the perfect news story to distract and divert attention from the TSA GateRape opt-put protests. And now we hear that South Korea was conducting “excercises” in the area befor
Home Secretary Theresa May has lost a legal bid to force the inquest into the 2005 London bombings to hear secret evidence behind closed doors.