While one would hope that the death of Osama bin Laden might signal an end to terrorism, a successor is already reportedly being lined up by al-Qaeda.
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Elmo and the Muppet clan are packing their bags and heading abroad. We hope their Urdu is up to par.
Al Qaeda has designed a new U.S.-style women’s magazine that, according to the Atlantic, “offers home and beauty tips alongside testimonials from the wives of suicide bombers and female jihadists.”
If you’re unable to read NewsFeed at a cruising altitude of 36,000 feet, does that mean the terrorists have won?
There’s never a good time to issue a travel warning. But with Japan joining the U.S. and Britain in talking up a possible terrorist attack by al-Qaeda or other groups, how much of a profound effect is this likely to have on tourism?
For the second time in less than a month, an American has been charged with terrorism after attempting to join al-Qaeda groups in Somalia.
Looking for blood to treat their injured fighters, Iraqi insurgents turn to hospitals and blood banks—and steal it at gunpoint.
Zachary Chesser, who made controversial statements regarding the creators of South Park last spring, has been arrested on unrelated charges after allegedly attempting to join a terror group connected with al-Qaeda.