In just three seconds, a hijacker could take over a plane. How? By waiting for the pilot to go to the bathroom.
Video footage is quickly appearing around the web that documents the aftermath of the Olso explosion has that damaged several government buildings, injured many and, so far, killed seven people, according to CBS.
As a masked mujahideen finishes off the victim fallen flat on the back with a rifle, his eye glares a sinister white. It’s not out of a bad horror movie, but from an upcoming jihadist propaganda—for kids.
A draft agreement between the U.S. and the E.U. about sharing air passenger information was leaked to the Guardian, prompting outrage over what civil liberties groups say is an invasion of privacy and what creates greater …
Who needs photos when there’s video evidence?
As the U.S. comes to grips with its victory over Osama bin Laden, pride and glory is splashed all over the nation’s front pages. See the best headlines.
Despite the jubilation (mostly) worldwide over the death of Osama bin Laden, the biggest enemy so far this century, it’s easy to forget the historic coincidence of the death of the biggest mass murderer of the previous century.
Details of America’s plan to find and kill Osama bin Laden are still emerging. Here’s what reports have told us so far:
After spending many years hunting down the world’s most wanted man, why did the U.S. bury Osama bin Laden at sea within 24 hours of killing him?
President Obama confirmed late on Sunday the death of al-Qaeda head Osama Bin Laden. Reportedly killed in Pakistan, Bin Laden’s body has now reportedly been buried at sea. Watch the President’s statement here.
The sunny spring weather Tuesday in Oklahoma City was not unlike the temperature exactly 16 years ago, when an explosion ripped through the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, killing 168 people.
Any family traveling with several young children will inevitably be subjected to random checks and extra security measures. It’s Murphy’s Law. But one family says the child screening process can turn invasive and inappropriate.