Times Square Bomber
An article in a terror magazine that is said to have inspired the Boston Marathon bombings has the attention of the New York Police Department once again.
The 12th issue of Inspire also features a photo of Times Square inside its pages, which has NYPD officials on high-alert
His lawyer, Susan Tipograph, could not be reached for comment. Keenan is one of several judges and academics to criticize
Mike Pompeo: Islamic Leaders Are 'Potentially Complicit' In Terrorist Acts For Staying Quiet (VIDEO)
Rep. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) said Islamic leaders in America are "potentially complicit" in terrorist acts when they don't speak
The main mission of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is to keep weapons and explosives off of airplanes -- a
The previously obscure Boko Haram is an Islamist religious sect that formed in the northern part of Nigeria, Africa's top
Dear Juan, sorry to hear you got fired by NPR for saying on Fox that you get nervous when you see Muslims on a plane with you. But there's more to this -- and some important things that everyone is missing.
The alleged torture of Ghailani in a secret CIA prison hangs heavy over this case -- as it will every other one where detainees were subjected to the so-called "enhanced interrogation techniques."
President Obama is "psychologically" out of Afghanistan, says author and Washington Post editor Bob Woodward. Woodward appeared
There will be more terrorist attacks on American soil in the future and some will succeed. This is the world that we live in. As for New York, buildings will built and knocked down, babies will be born and people will die and the New York will continue to thrive.
In June, Shahzad pleaded guilty to carrying out the failed May 1 bombing in Times Square. Shahzad appears in the clips sitting
The Pakistani-American man suspected of attempting to bomb Times Square earlier this month recently told investigators he
Rudy Giuliani: Obama Administration's 'Political Correctness' Led To 'Missed Signals' On Terrorism (VIDEO)
Former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani sharply criticized the Obama administration on Sunday for reading suspected terrorist
Candy Crowley in her interview this morning with White House advisor, John Brennan opened new and vital dialogue on terrorism and the Internet. She hit a home run in my world.
The recent push by Sen. Lieberman to amend existing law to make it possible for American citizens to be stripped of their citizenship if they are suspected of having ties to terrorist organizations seems to fulfill no practical need.