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  • Iraq gets Hellfire missiles, U.S. arms dealers get a merry Christmas

    Iraq gets Hellfire missiles, U.S. arms dealers get a merry Christmas
    Why, look what Santa brought Iraq: U.S. Hellfire missiles. And I’m willing to bet that, unlike the packages of some UPS and FedEx customers, the Hellfires arrived on time. And what Christmas list would be complete without some flying toys? So we&...
  • O.C. man admits to terrorism, plans to train Al Qaeda in Pakistan

    O.C. man admits to terrorism, plans to train Al Qaeda in Pakistan
    A 24-year-old Orange County man pleaded guilty Friday to federal terrorism charges for planning to go to Pakistan where he would provide weapons training to members of Al Qaeda. Sinh Vinh Ngo Nguyen of Garden Grove pleaded guilty to one count of...
  • Why Republicans can't let go of Benghazi

    Why Republicans can't let go of Benghazi
    More than a year after four Americans died in a terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, the New York Times has published a story reporting 1) that it found “no evidence that Al Qaeda or other international terrorist groups had any role in the assault&...
  • Two French journalists abducted and killed in Mali

    Two French journalists abducted and killed in Mali
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa--Two French journalists were kidnapped and killed in northern Mali on Saturday, just days after four French hostages were freed in Niger. The French Foreign Ministry confirmed the deaths of Ghislaine Dupont, 51, and Claude...
  • Britain's top spies step from shadows to denounce Snowden leaks

    Britain's top spies step from shadows to denounce Snowden leaks
    LONDON – In an unprecedented public appearance, Britain’s three grayest men – the shadowy bosses of its spy services – asserted Thursday that their work upholds personal freedom rather than undermines it and that enemies such as Al...
  • New Pentagon report paints mixed picture of Afghanistan security

    New Pentagon report paints mixed picture of Afghanistan security
    WASHINGTON – As the United States withdraws combat forces from Afghanistan, Afghan police and army units are suffering a sharply higher casualty rate and in some cases, have negotiated local non-aggression pacts with insurgents to avoid coming under...
  • Al Qaeda-linked militia says it killed two French journalists in Mali

    Al Qaeda-linked militia says it killed two French journalists in Mali
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- An Al Qaeda-linked militia in northern Mali has claimed responsibility for the killing of two French journalists in the northern town of Kidal. The Radio France International journalists, Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon,...
  • 'Enemies Within' sheds light on NYPD's secret spying campaign

    'Enemies Within' sheds light on NYPD's secret spying campaign
    What with taking off our shoes and belts at airports, discovering the feds are hoovering up all our phone records, and watching drone strikes and SEAL raids around the globe, it's sometimes easy to forget that America has escaped the horror of another...
  • Pakistani immigrant accused of trying to join terrorists in Syria

    Pakistani immigrant accused of trying to join terrorists in Syria
    WASHINGTON — The undercover FBI informant warned Pakistani immigrant Basit Javed Sheikh that it was not too late to back out. "You don't have to do it," he told Sheikh in a private Facebook message Oct. 17. But Sheikh, 29, a permanent U.S....
  • Bombers kill 41 at Shiite rituals in Iraq

    Bombers kill 41 at Shiite rituals in Iraq
    BAGHDAD — A suicide attacker and twin bomb blast Thursday targeted Shiites marking a somber religious ritual in Iraq, killing at least 41 people and wounding more than 100, officials said. The ritual, known as Ashoura, is observed every year...
  • Officials say terrorist threat on U.S. soil is declining

    Officials say terrorist threat on U.S. soil is declining
    WASHINGTON — The terrorist threat to Americans is greater overseas than at home and is significantly lower than before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, continuing a years-long trend, U.S. officials told a Senate committee Thursday. FBI Director...