Intelligence officials will tell you that no one in al-Qaida worries them more right now than a man named Saif al-Adel.A former colonel in the Egyptian army, al-Adel served in its special forces before he joined the terrorist group. Soon after he was a member, U.S.
Congress scrambled to renew three controversial provisions of the anti-terror Patriot Act that otherwise would have expired at midnight Thursday.Minutes before that deadline, President Obama was awakened in France; there he ordered an automated signing into law of the four-year extension that lawmak
Seventy-five miles north of Las Vegas sits a land parcel in the middle of the desert. Called Area 51, the parcel is just outside of the abandoned Nevada Test and Training Range, where more than 100 atmospheric bomb tests were conducted in the 1950s. Officially, the U.S.
A South Florida imam and two of his sons have been charged with providing roughly $50,000 to the Pakistani Taliban, which the State Department has designated as a terrorist organization. Three others have been charged in Pakistan.The U.S.
Pakistan's parliament unanimously approved a resolution condemning the U.S. Bin Laden mission as a "violation of Pakistan's sovereignty" on Saturday, calling to review the country's "terms of engagement with the United States."
Private companies that manage the nation's "critical infrastructure" would be required under a new cybersecurity initiative announced Thursday by the White House to submit detailed plans showing how they can defend themselves against cyberattack.The proposal would apply to companies that provide ele