Muhammad in tears on sniper trial testimony
A year after killings, sniper suspect's trial to start today in Va.
Prosecutors resist sharing details of case against Malvo
U.S. faces growing Mideast quandary
Bombing kills 20 at U.N. post in Baghdad
At least 18 die as blast tears Jerusalem bus
A double setback for U.S. goals in Mideast
Saboteurs in Iraq target U.S. credibility
Bush expresses resolve on Iraq, says, 'Our will cannot be shaken'
Sniper suspect's lawyers urge judge to move trial from Washington area
Muhammad's lawyers seek nonjury trial
Jerusalem bomb kills 16
Snipers expose security gaps
A year later, clues on anthrax still few
Acts of war demand focused response
For some in Israel, it's a question of when a Palestinian state will be formed next door
Bombing suspects'families pay price Israel destroys home as terror 'deterrent'
Move to reign in terrorism deals blow to American justice system
2 men guilty in N.Y. blast 'Mastermind,' driver convicted of bombing World Trade Center; Life sentences possible; Law enforcement officials say more leads will be followed
Israel won't drop assassination from its arsenal, observers say Despite botched try, they are committed to fighting terrorists on their terms
Bomb victim's family favors homeland for Palestinians 'My government betrayed me. They sacrifice our children for their vanity.'
Israel freezes peace accords More transfers of land to Palestinians halted
Albright's mission to Middle East gains urgency Security tops concerns, but U.S. is cautious about chances of reviving talks
Clinton assails Arafat's efforts Failure to halt attacks criticized; Albright plans Mideast trip
Terror knows no border New York arrests: Link to Jerusalem market bombing suggested.
U.S. let in bomb suspect Man is one of 2 Arabs accused in N.Y. of plot to blast subway station; Caught at U.S. border 3 times; He was allowed entry, having said Israel labeled him a terrorist
Aftermath of attack stymies Arafat Negative light is again trained on Palestinians
Air Force chief resigns over disputes '97 terrorist bombing was source of division
The future terrorist threat to national security
McVeigh sentence finds support among militias Execution could make him a political martyr for a few extremists
Did Arafat give Hamas 'green light' on renewed terrorism? Leader's relationship with extremists debated in wake of bombing
Suicide bombing rips cafe in Tel Aviv Palestinian bomber, 3 Israeli women die in blast on eve of Purim
Hebron as obstacle to peace Terrorist tactics: When leaders vacillate, men with guns decide.
Iranian troops in gulf anticipate U.S. strike Alleged role in Saudi attack sparks fears of retaliation
The Lebanon terror connection U.S. should look hard at former 'Switzerland of the Middle East'
Israel OKs subsidies for West Bank settlers Move adds to tension between Arabs, Jews
Frightful words no one wants to hear IRA speaks in code when it warns press of bombs, attacks
Finding someone to spy on terrorists It's not as easy as critics of CIA like to say, and it needs new thinking
Bad idea on air safety Anti-terror plan threatens mostly citizens' privacy
Security measures for air travel proposed Background checks, surveillance planned
The 'blowback' from Afghanistan 'Monster': CIA-trained and armed alumni of the Afghan war have helped spawn a new generation of militant Islamists and terrorists. "We have created a monster," said one expert in Egypt.
A time to kill? Assassination: Epidemic of confirmed and suspected terrorism has U.S. wondering whether to use an old tactic in response.
Suspicion stalks Asian capital Terrorism: Sri Lanka was once regarded as a tropical paradise in the Indian Ocean. But the nation's civil war has come to the capital, Colombo, casting a pall of fear and suspicion over the city.
Resigning ourselves to terrorism
Clinton, Congress take on terror Probe in Atlanta claims progress in identifying suspects; ATLANTA OLYMPICS
Measures to fight terrorism called for President will meet with Congress leaders to discuss security
Terrorism at the Atlanta Games Olympics continue: Clinton responds to "evil act" by seeking tougher laws.
Games go on despite blast 1 dead, 111 hurt in explosion at Atlanta park; Caller warned of attack; Athletes intent on not letting tragedy impede competition
Crash investigators find 'twilight zone' of murky clues Two-pronged search lacks solid hypothesis
The search for answers begins Clinton urges nation not to assume crash was work of terrorists; Speculation includes missile; State Department doubts link to threat sent to London paper; TRAGEDY OF FLIGHT 800