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This image made from video provided by by Al-Jazeera shows Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, Osama bin Laden's son-in-law and spokesman. Abu Ghaith goes to trial Monday, March 3, 2014 in New York on charges that he conspired to kill Americans in his role as
Terrorists who attacked the U.S. compound in Benghazi last year announced they were "here to kill Americans," according to a British citizen who was there and spoke with CBS' "60 Minutes." The witness, a security officer who goes under the pseudonym
Laden's son-in-law and former spokesman was due back in a US federal court in New York Monday, a month after he pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges. Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, reportedly a 47-year-old Kuwaiti and allegedly a senior propagandist in the
Roses are red Violets are blue, We use our drones for American justice, baby! But, um, not on me and you And that, fellow potential targets, is where the official government term known as gray area comes into play. We will not use drones to kill
We're at war with al Qaeda right now, and if you join al Qaeda, you lose the right to be an American...You declare yourself an enemy of this nation, and you are committing treason. And I don't see why we should expand American rights to people who
Christian and Jewish figures in Chicago joined a coalition of Muslim groups Friday in denouncing a comment by U.S. Rep. Joe Walsh (R-Ill.), who told a town hall gathering Wednesday in Elk Grove Village that some radical Muslims in this country are
U.S. airmen and one American civilian contractor in Afghanistan last spring was a premeditated act by an Afghan colonel acting alone. The investigation by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations was released Tuesday.
A Massachusetts man accused in a terror plot to kill Americans and conspiring to provide support to al-Qaida has been denied bail...District Court Judge George O'Toole Jr. ruled Tuesday against granting bail for Tarek Mehanna (TEH'-rek Meh-HAH'-nah).
Always on the terror streak, the mainstream media is now warning Americans that terrorists may strike the food supply by dumping poison into restaurant salad bars and buffets, for example. CBS News broke the story, quoting anonymous "intelligence"
Undaunted by the fate of Newsweek, unloaded for a dollar by its parent company, al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula has gone into the magazine business with a slick online publication called Inspire designed to appeal to American would-be jihadis. The