Britain on Monday condemned “in the strongest terms” reports that Taliban Islamist insurgents had beheaded 17 civilians at a party in Afghanistan’s Helmand province.
Israeli veterans have spoken out, describing a degrading culture of abuse and harassment of Palestinian children in the West Bank and Gaza.
Sara Weaver has forgiven the people responsible for murdering her mother Vicki and younger brother Samuel twenty years ago. Lon Horiuchi, the FBI sniper who shot Vicki in the head while she was holding a ten-month-old infant, is still being sheltered
The ad on the forum, which is accessible only to al-Qaeda members, specifies the targets of the terror attacks that applicants will be expected to carry out, including “People who fight Islam and Muslims” and enemy “financial, military and media targ
Sara Weaver has forgiven the people responsible for murdering her mother Vicki and younger brother Samuel 20 years ago. Lon Horiuchi, the FBI sniper who shot Vicki in the head while she was holding a 10-month-old infant, is still being sheltered by t
The US government has long maintained, reasonably enough, that a defining tactic of terrorism is to launch a follow-up attack aimed at those who go to the scene of the original attack to rescue the wounded and remove the dead.
The next court appearance of five men charged over the 9/11 attacks has been delayed until Thursday due to an Internet outage, the presiding judge said Tuesday.
Air Force and Coast Guard aircraft will fly “intercept and identification” exercises over Washington tonight as part of efforts to prevent suicide aircraft attacks or other threats to the capital, a military spokesman said.
Authorities now believe that some of the suspected gunmen from last week’s shootout near a Louisiana trailer park are members of the sovereign citizen movement, a collective described by the FBI as domestic terrorists.
The US has been carrying out follow-up attacks after its drone strikes in Pakistan, specifically targeting people coming to the aid of the wounded.
The face of Yemeni deli clerk Mutahar Murshed Ali was slashed nearly in two for committing that most grievous of offenses: refusing to "sell" a Colt 45 to a drunk 20 year-old in exchange for foodstamps
Afghanistan in the 1980s and 90s ... Bosnia and Kosovo in the 1990s ... Libya 2011 ... Syria 2012 ... In military conflicts in each of these countries the United States and al Qaeda (or one of its associates) have been on the same side.
A woman who was pulled over for allegedly making a rolling stop was humiliated and brutalized as cops detained her and strip searched her on the side of the road in front of her two young children and passing cars.
The notorious private military contracting firm formerly known as Blackwater has agreed to pay a fine of $7.5 million that allows it to avoid prosecution for 17 charges including arms smuggling
Once again, a government agency is encouraging citizens to report photographers as potential terrorists. This time it is the City of Houston, which has produced a high-budgeted video funded by the Department of Homeland Security.
For years, government analysts and watchdog groups have been warning about a specific kind of terrorist threat: the “lone wolf” white supremacist. But they have been hampered by the growing decentralization of a movement that increasingly organize
The FBI is treating Sunday’s attack on a Sikh temple as a “possible act of domestic terrorism” — raising the possibility that the face of domestic terrorism in the United States looks different than the homegrown jihadism many have forecasted.
Police said Monday they are seeking a second person in connection to the shooting assault on a Sikh temple that left six people dead and an officer in critical condition, but did not comment on civil rights groups’ allegations about the primary suspe
The gunman who opened fire in a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wis., and killed six people has been identified as Army veteran Wade Michael Page, a PsyOp specialist. Page, 40, opened fire outside the temple before entering and killed 6 people.
Tattoos on the body of the slain Sikh temple gunman and certain biographical details led the FBI to treat the attack at a Milwaukee-area temple as an act of domestic terrorism, officials said Sunday.
A suicide attack at a town in south Yemen recently recaptured by the army from Al-Qaeda forces killed 20 people Saturday and wounded another 20, the governor of the province said.
Despite the claims of some within the Obama administration, al Qaeda and its offshoots aren’t dead, yet. They’ve insinuated themselves into Mali, Somalia, Yemen – and now in Syria, too.
U.S. drone aircraft struck a militant hideout in northwest Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan, killing at least 12 suspected militants, Pakistani intelligence officials said. The drones fired several missiles at a compound in the Shawal area o
A series of blasts and shootings has brought the single-day death toll for brutal attacks across Iraq to 89 victims, including 13 Iraqi soldiers.
Comparing the Department of Homeland Security to the loathed Nazi security police is not too much of a stretch.
The DHS is preparing to implement plans to track all American citizens. Homeland Security is gearing up to install manned security c
The Rawesome Foods armed “raw milk raids” and prosecution of James Stewart and Sharon Palmer were carried out in part by law-breaking private citizens pretending to be lawful government authorities.
The US Transport Security Administration has reportedly prepared its personnel to be deployed in UK airports for the Olympic Games.
A Massachusetts man charged with plotting to attack the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol with large, remote-controlled model airplanes packed with explosives has agreed to plead guilty, authorities said on Tuesday. Prosecutors and defense attorneys h
One of 7 people arrested over an alleged plot to launch a terrorist attack in Britain has been released without charge, police said, as detectives continued to question more than 12 other people over 2 alleged plots.
An accused terrorist was re-arrested for repeatedly getting too close to London’s Olympic Park thanks to a GPS monitoring device authorities used in special cases to track terror suspects who cannot be prosecuted,