Hasan, who is representing himself, admitted to being the shooter and carrying out the attacks on behalf of the mujahideen, or holy warriors.
In a troubling vindication for the cynics, it seems government officials in Washington are celebrating the recent announcement of a terror threat to US interests around the world as a happy distraction from the NSA spying scandal.
As hundreds of commuters emerged from Amtrak and commuter trains at Union Station on a recent morning, an armed squad of men and women dressed in bulletproof vests made their way through the crowds.
We examine the connection between a series of prison breaks and the closure of Western embassies across the Middle East.
Some Embassy Closures Extended Amid Talks of Another 9/11
Police in Concord, NH have applied for a grant to acquire a $258,000 armored vehicle from the DHS to combat domestic terrorism citing "active threats" from domestic "terror" groups like Free State Project and Occupy New Hampshire
The FBI's internal investigation into the lead-up to the Boston Marathon Bombings concluded that the agency couldn't have done very much to prevent the attacks. That's despite a security review of Tamerlan Tsarnaev 2 years before the bombings.
The U.S. will spend $454 million this year to maintain the facility and pay troop salaries, among other fees — a little under half a billion dollars. With only 166 prisoners, that works out to an annual cost of about $2.7 million per detainee.
Michele Catalano was looking for information online about pressure cookers. Her husband, in the same time frame, was Googling backpacks. Wednesday morning, six men from a joint terrorism task force showed up at their house to
Supporters of the Taliban and al-Qaeda in Afghanistan have been getting U.S. military contracts, and American officials are citing “due process rights” as a reason not to cancel the agreements, according to an independent agency monitoring spending.
Police in Concord, New Hampshire have applied for a grant to acquire a $258,000 armored vehicle from the DHS to combat domestic terrorism.
The PWG seeks comments so it can complete a report on long-term availability and affordability of insurance for terrorism risk before the current federal law expires.
The Treasury Department is asking the public to comment on the long-term availability and affordability of terrorism risk insurance.
The FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force is investigating whether a man arrested in June with a cache of weapons and the supplies necessary to make a pressure-cooker bomb has ties to the men suspected of being the Boston Marathon bombers
The NYPD is releasing harmless gases into the subway system during the morning rush beginning Tuesday to study how chemical weapons could be dispersed through the air.
The country's top special operations commander ordered military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden's hideout to be purged from Defence Department computers and sent to the CIA, where they could be more easily shielded
The U.S. government on Wednesday refused to stop force-feeding prisoners at the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, during Ramadan.
The Klamath Tribes, in collusion with the Federal government and corrupt Oregon officials have started turning off water to farms and ranches. Not only will livestock and crops start dying, but this leaves us wide open to rampant wildfires.
This is in Dubuque, Iowa. Michael C. Lewis, 25, is charged with discharging a firearm into a car and building. The result? He's charged with "one count of going armed with intent and two counts of terrorism."
Many people have dismissed concern over the recently revelation that the NSA has been keeping tabs on them, proclaiming they have nothing to hide.
In Texas a teenager has been caged since March and is facing a further 8 years behind bars after he joked about committing violence, while in California a man is to be caged for 32 months after he grabbed a boy and "sniffed" his arm.
The states and the feds have enacted laws that make it a crime to make a terrorist threat. This tells us a person can commit this crime by his speech alone, even if he has neither the intent nor the means to carry the threat out.
Michael, governments have long had similar repressive legislation to those laws which you discussed on the statute books for many decades since the ending of the First World War. They are collectively known as criminal syndicalism laws.
Facing a bureaucratic refusal for him and his wife to check his child out of school early, he was found guilty of threatening to return to the school with an AK-47 and kill everyone and himself. This was two days before Sandy Hook occurred.
Randy and Karen Sowers are not your typical terrorists or mob financiers. They run the popular South Mountain Creamery and sell their produces at farmer’s markets and local events. The Somers however were confronted recently by FBI agents who informe
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev downloaded bomb-making instructions from an al-Qaida magazine, gathered online material on Islamic jihad and martyrdom, and later scribbled anti-American messages
Today’s attacks focused on a group of Turkmen demonstrators in Tuz Khormato and football players near Baghdad. Shi’ite pilgrims and security officials were also targeted. At least 53 people were killed and 142 were wounded across the country.
A prisoner currently on hunger strike in Guantanamo Bay has described the pain and discomfort of the force feeding regime at the jail. Algerian detainee Ahmed Belbacha, in testimony given to the BBC, said the process "hurts a great deal" and many pri
Glendon Scott Crawford, 49, of Galway, N.Y., spent months designing and constructing an X-ray system that would emit deadly amounts of radiation and could be detonated remotely, according to the FBI. Crawford recruited Eric J. Feight,