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  • U.S. thinks underwear bomb was built by Al Qaeda in Yemen

     
    The FBI is analyzing a sophisticated underwear bomb that U.S. officials believe was built by Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen in an effort to target Western aviation....
  • Brennan defends U.S. drone attacks despite risks to civilians

     
    White House counterterrorism adviser John Brennan on Sunday defended the administration's campaign of drone missile attacks against militants while acknowledging that the airstrikes have sometimes killed noncombatants....
  • U.S. Issues Mail Advisory, Hunts For Bombmaker Ibrahim al-Asiri

    U.S. Issues Mail Advisory, Hunts For Bombmaker Ibrahim al-Asiri
    WASHINGTON -- U.S. counterterrorism officials warned local law enforcement and emergency personnel to be on the watch for mail with unusual characteristics that could mean dangerous substances are hidden inside. The FBI and Homeland Security Department...
  • Obama Marks Bin Laden's Death with Ground Zero Ceremony

    Obama Marks Bin Laden's Death with Ground Zero Ceremony
    NEW YORK (KTLA) -- One day after it was revealed that President Obama will not release post-mortem photos of Osama bin Laden, the commander-in-chief visited New York's ground zero to mark the 9/11 mastermind's death. Obama made a stop at Engine Company...
  • Al Qaeda Airliner Bomb Plot Foiled by Saudi Secret Agent

    Al Qaeda Airliner Bomb Plot Foiled by Saudi Secret Agent
    WASHINGTON -- The agent who penetrated al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and returned from Yemen with the group's new "airline bomb" was always under Saudi control and was not a double-agent, two sources briefed by Saudi counterterrorism officials have...
  • White House: Al Qaeda's No. 2 Leader Killed in Drone Strike

    White House: Al Qaeda's No. 2 Leader Killed in Drone Strike
    Abu Yahya al-Libi, the No. 2 man in al Qaeda and a longtime public face of the terrorist network, is dead, White House spokesman Jay Carney said Tuesday. Al-Libi's death was "another serious blow to core al Qaeda," said Carney. "His death is part of...
  • Officials: Too Soon to Disregard 9/11 Anniversary Threat

    Officials: Too Soon to Disregard 9/11 Anniversary Threat
    New York -- Top U.S. officials say they are not ready to put aside threat information received last week that al Qaeda terrorists wanted to attack New York or Washington around the time of the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, attacks. "We...
  • The prospect of global drone warfare

    The prospect of global drone warfare
    Drone technology is spreading rapidly. As many as 50 countries are developing or purchasing these systems, including China, Russia, India, Pakistan, and Iran. Even non-state actors are involved. Hezbollah reportedly has deployed an Iranian-designed...
  • Obama cuts short Florida campaign swing

    Obama cuts short Florida campaign swing
    President Barack Obama is cutting short his two-day Florida campaign swing. He will use a previously scheduled campaign stop in Fort Myers to address the shooting in Aurora, Colorado. But he’s canceling his Winter Park campaign event, and will...
  • At least 12 dead, at least 50 injured in shooting at Colorado movie theater, police say

    At least 12 dead, at least 50 injured in shooting at Colorado movie theater, police say
    UPDATE: At least 12 people have been killed and up to 50 injured after a mass shooting at a showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" at a suburban Denver movie theater, police say. The suspect, believed to be the lone gunman, is in police custody. KUSA reports...
  • Oregon man who stripped at TSA checkpoint found not guilty

    Oregon man who stripped at TSA checkpoint found not guilty
    The naked truth is that nudity is protected in Oregon, so says the courts. This comes from the John Brennan case, He’s the guy who had the 'balls' to strip buck naked when the TSA said they found nitrates, the kind used to make bombs, on his...
  • 911 Caller Outs Secret NYPD Spy Den In NJ College Town

    911 Caller Outs Secret NYPD Spy Den In NJ College Town
    Residents at a New Brunswick housing complex -- the home to many students and staff affiliated with Rutgers University -- expressed both anger and surprise to news that the New York City Police Department had rented an apartment there, as one of its bases...