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Terrorism

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  • No-fly zones over Disney parks face new scrutiny

    No-fly zones over Disney parks face new scrutiny
    The "Happiest Place on Earth" has some of the strictest airspace in America. One day last month, an odd pair of security alerts appeared on the Federal Aviation Administration's website, reminding pilots that they are not allowed to fly into two areas...
  • The long goodbye to Afghanistan

    The long goodbye to Afghanistan
    The first U.S. Special Forces arrived in Afghanistan in October 2001 to fight alongside anti-Taliban rebels, spot targets for war planes and search the cave-dotted hills of Tora Bora for Osama bin Laden. This was how "Operation Enduring Freedom" was...
  • Federal judge refuses government request to close terrorism hearing

     Federal judge refuses government request to close terrorism hearing
    A federal judge Friday refused a government request to close her courtroom for a hearing next week for a Bolingbrook teen charged with attempting to go abroad to join the extremist group Islamic State. Prosecutors had asked U.S. Magistrate Judge Susan...
  • Palestinian woman guilty of lying on citizenship papers

    DETROIT A Detroit jury Monday found a Palestinian immigrant guilty of not disclosing that she had been convicted in a 1969 Israel bombing when she was applying for U.S. citizenship. Rasmieh Odeh, 67, was accused by prosecutors of being a terrorist who...
  • Marcus Faella, American Front leader, sentenced to 6 months in jail

    Marcus Faella, American Front leader, sentenced to 6 months in jail
    KISSIMMEE — Marcus Faella, head of the neo-Nazi American Front, was sentenced to six months in jail today for teaching firearms and hand-to-hand combat skills to followers preparing for an anticipated race war. Circuit Judge Jon Morgan handed...
  • Jury to get case of Palestinian immigrant convicted in 1969 killings in Israel

    DETROIT To prosecutors, Rasmieh Odeh is a terrorist who killed Israelis in 1969 and then lied about it when trying to become a U.S. citizen. To her supporters in the Arab-American community, Odeh is a role model, someone who has been unjustly targeted by...
  • ISIS Power unplugs from name

    ISIS Power unplugs from name
    ISIS Power, an Elk Grove Village manufacturer of automotive electrical wiring systems, isn't a terrorist organization. That's what president and founder Jay Harris has been telling customers and the curious alike for months. But sharing a name with a...
  • Attorney-general nominee Lynch praised as 'tough' and 'fair'

    Attorney-general nominee Lynch praised as 'tough' and 'fair'
    When the African American Delta Sigma Theta sorority chapter was established at Harvard College in 1980, its first members included two undergraduates named Loretta Lynch and Sharon Malone. Decades later, Lynch, the top federal prosecutor in Brooklyn,...
  • US airstrikes hit Islamist extremist groups in Syria

    ISTANBUL U.S. aircraft struck al-Qaida-linked Islamist forces fighting U.S.-backed moderate rebels Thursday in northern Syria. Activists said the strikes were the first American action since bombing began in Syria in September that helped the rebels,...
  • Animal activists: Charges unfairly label property crime as terrorism

    Animal activists: Charges unfairly label property crime as terrorism
    The federal charges against two animal activists accused of releasing hundreds of mink from a downstate Illinois farm into the wild are unconstitutionally overbroad, criminalize protected free speech and unfairly label a property crime an act of...
  • Russian Taliban fighter charged in U.S. civilian court

    A Russian member of the Taliban who was captured by U.S. forces five years ago in eastern Afghanistan was named Tuesday in an indictment charging him with coordinating attacks on U.S. troops and conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction. Irek Ilgiz...