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  • In Theory: Is it freedom of speech or antagonism?

    In Theory: Is it freedom of speech or antagonism?
    Pamela Geller, the organizer of the Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest that ended in gunfire earlier this month, said she has no regrets and plans on hosting more events like it. "I will continue to speak in defense of freedom until the day I die," Geller...
  • 2 men accused of trying to go to Syria face fraud charges

    Two of seven Minnesota men accused of plotting to go to Syria to join the Islamic State group face additional charges of financial aid fraud, according to a federal indictment unsealed Tuesday. The indictment alleges Hamza Naj Ahmed, 21, and Hanad...
  • Police won't miss grenade launchers

    Police won't miss grenade launchers
    Baltimore's recent unrest wasn't quelled by trotting out 50-caliber machine guns. It didn't involve grenade launchers of any kind, nor was peace restored by a phalanx of police armored vehicles in the middle of Sandtown-Winchester. Ultimately, the week-...
  • Century Village celebrates Yom Yerushalayim

    Century Village celebrates Yom Yerushalayim
    Over 400 residents and guests of Century Village in Deerfield Beach celebrated Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day) on May 17 through a joint partnership of three congregations in Deerfield Beach. Rabbis Yisrael Edelman of Young Israel of Deerfield Beach,...
  • European nations unify laws to prevent foreign fighters

    European governments agreed Tuesday to synchronize their laws to bar citizens from going abroad to fight for the Islamic State group and other extremists. A document signed by foreign ministers from the 47-nation Council of Europe requires countries to...
  • Republicans clash over NSA surveillance powers

    Republicans clashed over the future of government surveillance programs on Monday, highlighting a deep divide among the GOP's 2016 presidential class over whether the National Security Agency should be collecting American citizens' phone records in the...
  • Blasts, manhunt, trial, healing: Boston's longest marathon

    The champions were already across the finish line — the elite marathoners, the ones whose names would go in the books. And Associated Press photographer Charlie Krupa had set himself up amid the celebrative crowd and snapped their triumphant...
  • Christie calls for new government surveillance powers

    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie offered a vigorous defense of post-Sept. 11 surveillance tactics on Monday, backing existing programs and calling for an expansion of intelligence-gathering capabilities even as Congress seeks ways to rein in the programs....
  • Rand Paul vows to filibuster to block Patriot Act

    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul vowed on Monday to do "everything possible" to block renewal of the terrorism-era Patriot Act, but the Republican presidential hopeful conceded it may not be enough. Speaking in front of Philadelphia's Independence Hall, Paul...
  • Nigerian military: 10 Boko Haram camps destroyed in forest

    The Nigerian military says it destroyed 10 Boko Haram forest camps over the weekend, but the Islamic extremists killed a man and abducted several women as they attacked a recently recaptured town, according to witnesses. Soldiers killed many militants...
  • White House steps up warnings about terrorism on U.S. soil

    White House steps up warnings about terrorism on U.S. soil
    Alarmed about the growing threat from Islamic State, the Obama administration has dramatically stepped up warnings of potential terrorist attacks on American soil after several years of relative calm. Behind the scenes, U.S. authorities have raised...