Germany said it had foiled a "massive" terrorist attack with the arrest of three Islamic extremists who were targeting airports, bars and discotheques used by Americans.
Mena said that South Carolina authorities had first said that the two were carrying fireworks purchased from a local Walmart store, but police later said the explosives "were not that type." Mohamed, a faculty assistant will also face terro
Last time we checked in on the bizarro nexus between cannabis and terrorism, it was none other than actor/director Tommy Chong who was feeling the Bush administration's post-9/11 wrath. In fact, the stoner icon, whose fabled act was concurrently
Iraq's deadly insurgent groups have financed their war against US troops in part with hundreds of thousands of dollars in US rebuilding funds that they've extorted from Iraqi contractors in Anbar province. The payments, in return for the ins
The U.S. insurance industry, responding to what it says is a growing risk of chemical and biological terrorism, is pressing Congress to dramatically increase its backing of terrorism insurance policies. Industry analysts cite the increased use of
The Bush administration told a newly formed appeals court that discrepancies between the nation's new terrorism law and the way it is being carried out should not stall one of the Pentagon's first terror trials. Government attorneys urged to
Scott Horton takes Stu Bykofsky of the Philadelphia Daily News to task for his suggestion that America needs another 9/11. By the end of the interview, Scott is practically straddling Bykofsky and pummeling him with facts, when Bykofsky goes whoops!
An Israeli intelligence agent whose earlier testimony linked a US-based Islamic charity to Hamas acknowledged Thursday that none of the overseas charities it supported has appeared among hundreds of names on US government terrorist lists.
Jose Padilla, a U.S. convert to Islam once accused by the Bush administration of plotting a radiological "dirty bomb" attack, was convicted on Thursday of unrelated charges he offered his services to terrorists. Padilla, 36, faces a poss
Systems based on video cameras, laserlight, infra-red, audio recordings and eye tracking technology will scour crowds looking for unusual behaviour, with the aim of identifying people who should be approached and quizzed by security staff
NY Times asks readers to tell them how they would attack if they were terrorists. How about arranging for a year long subscription? They closed the list after 8 hours and 600 suggestions.
"We are not closer, we are not further away from it," Karzai said ahead of his two-day summit with President Bush at Camp David, Md. "We are where we were a few years ago."
2 men faced state explosives charges after police outside Charleston, South Carolina, found what a law enforcement source said was a bomb and bomb-making material in their car during a weekend traffic stop. But federal officials disputed that accoun
[Oh, puke! Here comes the fear.] Senior law enforcement officials said today that the growing signs of a "Summer of '07" terror attack on the U.S. have led the FBI to dispatch dozens of agents to track down new leads across the country.
A wanted American member of Al-Qaeda warned in a new video on Sunday that US diplomatic missions and other interests were "legitimate targets," vowing that the network would attack these "spy dens."
The craze in special license plates gets craizer!!
A board member of Chiquita International Brands, Roderick Hills, told Justice Department official Michael Chertoff, now the US secretary of homeland security, that the firm was paying a paramilitary group to secure its banana plantations in Colombia
An editorial published in La Jorrnada (Mexico City) on the US giving shelter to a terrorist responsible for blowing up an airliner with 73 people on board. [in English and Spanish]
The case against Dr Haneef disintegrated because that proved to be false information. The SIM card was discovered not in Glasgow but in Liverpool.
A 38-year-old cameraman for the Arabic news network al Jazeera, Hajj has been imprisoned as an “enemy combatant” at the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for five years, but never charged with any crime. He was arrested by Pakistani police in
The Transportation Security Agency's national security bulletin issued was based on bogus examples that were combined to give the impression of ominous terrorist plotting, CNN reports.
A deep split has emerged within al-Qa'eda over the wisdom of the terror network's drive to overthrow and kill Pakistan's president Pervez Musharraf, according to radical Pakistani Islamists allied to the terror network.
Congressional negotiators have agreed on legislation that would tie US aid to Pakistan to significant progrss by Islamabad in cracking down on al-Qaeda, the Taliban and other militants, congressional sources said on Thursday.
Recently, FBI Director Robert Mueller, in an interview with NewsMax, confirmed Williams' main claim. Mueller said al-Qaida's paramount goal is clear: to detonate a nuclear device that would kill hundreds of thousands of Americans.
Following the 9/11 attacks, the bank also set off an intense debate within the US government over whether to take strong action against its alleged role in extremist finance. Confidential reports by the CIA and other US agencies
Nearly six years after it shut down the nation's largest Islamic charity for alleged ties to terrorism, the U.S. government begins the high-stakes prosecution this week of five top officials of the Holy Land Foundation, accused of funneling money
The three are facing charges that they plotted to spread violent jihad through a murderous campaign around the world. But federal prosecutors say it is unnecessary to link the terror suspects to an actual plan of terror.
A Pakistani Taliban leader blew himself up to avoid arrest by government forces near the Afghan border, 3 years after his release from U.S. detention in Guantanamo Bay, officials said. Abdullah Mehsud, 31, spent over 2 years in Guantanamo.
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf's moment of triumph was brief. Even before his soldiers had overrun the Lal Masjid, or Red Mosque -- a complex in the heart of the normally sleepy capital of Islamabad that had been occupied by extremists
The briefing was based on a study prepared by MEMRI(Middle East Media Research Institute) which highlighted the fact that all Islamist/Jihadi websites are hosted directly or through subservers by Western - primarily American ISP's.