Despite publisher putting out a disingenuous release saying essentially that anyone who publishes the author's name bears moral responsibility for any harm who comes to him, the truth is exactly what Fox has said in its defense: Anyone who writes such a book has no reasonable expectation of privacy.
Any hope that the arraignments of five men accused in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, might bring healing to family members a decade after they lost loved ones at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon was stymied by a start-stop proceeding in which the defendants refused to participate.
A year after Osama bin Laden was killed by U.S. Navy SEALS, the terrorist organization he founded has been substantially weakened, but its offshoots in Yemen, Somalia, Iraq and elsewhere remain a threat
Court documents and statements by his family and others provide details of Majid Khan's journey from Baltimore County to Camp 7 at Guantanamo Bay, a detention center so secret that its location within the base is classified.
Rather than signal an improvement in ties between two uneasy allies in the war against Islamic extremists, the resumption of U.S. drone strikes in Pakistan could make an already tense relationship worse
A besieged al-Qaida, weakened by 10 years of war and the killing of Osama bin Laden and other leaders, is focusing much of its attention on inspiring recruits in the United States and other nations to carry out attacks the terror group itself might no longer be able to mount.
Robert Reich says Hillary Clinton will take Joe Biden's spot on the 2012 ticket, Mitt Romney will win the GOP nomination, and he'll pick Marco Rubio as his running mate. The upshot: Obama/Clinton in a walk.
Maryland Rep. C.A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger says the cooperation shown by Democrats and Republicans in passing an intelligence appropriations bill shows members of Congress can work together despite the partisan divide
Lauren Morrell, a 16-year-old senior at the Severn School, couldn't join Mike Horn and his Young Explorers on their trip to the Himalayas when the exploration was moved to Pakistan, but she helped bring Horn's organization to Baltimore as part of her work with the Severn Riverkeepers group.