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Terrorism

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  • Gunmen kill 45 Shiite Muslims on bus in Pakistan

    Gunmen stormed a bus carrying Shiite Muslims in southern PakistanĀ and ordered them to bow their heads before being shot, killing at least 45 people Wednesday in the latest attack targeting the religious minority. Who carried out the attack in the port...
  • Feds oppose release of teen terrorism suspect; defense says he needs counseling

    Feds oppose release of teen terrorism suspect; defense says he needs counseling
    A Bolingbrook teen accused of plotting to join the Islamic State terrorist group searched the term "suicide bombings" on his phone and had communicated online with a cooperating defendant who was also planning to go overseas to fight, federal...
  • NRA not reassuring

    NRA not reassuring
    Mark Porcaro's letter to the editor criticized CeaseFirePA board member Fritz Walker's Your View, which described ongoing National Rifle Association efforts to block legislation to make those on the FBI's Terrorist Watchlist "prohibited persons." For...
  • Marco Rubio, intolerance and terrorism: Letters

    Marco Rubio, intolerance and terrorism: Letters
    Rubio's consolation? In the event that Marco Rubio does not advance in the Republican primary season to the nomination for his party, he should be on a short list of prospective ambassadors to Cuba. Whether it is a President Rand Paul or Hillary...
  • A flock of GOP hawks try out their presidential wings

     A flock of GOP hawks try out their presidential wings
    Nearly a dozen of the Republicans who are running for president spent last weekend in South Carolina talking about foreign policy, and to any viewer who stumbled across the event on C-SPAN, it sounded like a contest in ferocity. Take Florida Sen....
  • House bill targets NSA's power to hold phone data

    House bill targets NSA's power to hold phone data
    The House is poised to pass a bipartisan bill Wednesday intended to dial back the once-secret National Security Agency program that collects and stores Americans’ telephone data and that a federal appeals court has ruled is illegal. The proposed...
  • Nigeria's push into Boko Haram's forest stronghold fraught with risk

    Nigeria's push into Boko Haram's forest stronghold fraught with risk
    Booby traps, tunnels, mines and dense woodland cover thousands of miles. The Nigerian military's push to invade the Sambisa Forest, the last stronghold of the Islamist militant group Boko Haram, capture its leader and wipe the group out is delicate,...
  • Airstrike reportedly kills Al Qaeda leader in Yemen

    Airstrike reportedly kills Al Qaeda leader in Yemen
    An airstrike has killed a key leader of the militant faction known as Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, according to an online posting Tuesday from the Yemeni-based group. A message released on Twitter said that Ibrahim Suleiman Rubaish, a former...
  • Police say they didn't see FBI bulletin before Texas attack

    Police say they didn't see FBI bulletin before Texas attack
    Hours before two would-be terrorists attacked a provocative Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest, the FBI sent local authorities the license plate number and photo of one of the shooters, who had a prior terrorism-related conviction, but police said Monday...
  • Poland feels sting of betrayal over CIA 'black site'

    Poland feels sting of betrayal over CIA 'black site'
    If there were screams, there was no one around to hear them. When 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and several other terrorism suspects were spirited under cover of winter darkness to this remote northeastern village for interrogation, the few...
  • What the Persian Gulf states want: Iran kept at bay

    What the Persian Gulf states want: Iran kept at bay
    This week, President Obama will gather kings, emirs and sheiks from the oil-rich monarchies of the Persian Gulf at Camp David for a summit aimed at bolstering the U.S. alliance with their Sunni Muslim government. It's an uncomfortable marriage of...