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  • Fallout from senators' Iran letter: Tom Cotton for president?

    WASHINGTON While a soldier in Iraq and Afghanistan, Tom Cotton wielded some of the military's most sophisticated firearms. Today it's letters that appear to be Sen. Cotton's weapon of choice. He fired off a missive read 'round the world this week that...
  • Australian teen widely seen on social media thought to be among latest ISIS suicide bombers

    Australia's government said Thursday it was trying to confirm reports that an Australian teenager was among a group of suicide bombers from the Islamic State movement that struck Iraq's embattled Anbar province. The Islamic State group claimed in an...
  • Obama's naive offer to Iran puts US, Israel and entire Middle East at risk

    President Obama's strategy of negotiating with Iran could put the Jewish state at risk. And it could well make the world less safe for America, as well but not in the way most think. The administration is said to be working out an agreement that would...
  • Friendships can defeat terrorism

    Q: When I was young, I remember saying prayers after mass each Sunday for the "conversion of Russia." I don't think every parish did this, but there must have been enough of us, as the Godless Soviet Union is now dissolved and religion is once again...
  • Chilean accused of murder, torture taught 13 years for Pentagon

    SANTIAGO, Chile A member of the late Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet's brutal secret police who's been accused of murder taught for more than a decade at the Pentagon's premier university, despite repeated complaints by his colleagues about his past....
  • Reader: Parents have to fight with doctor about vaccinations

    Editor's Note: Speak Out is a reader-generated column of opinions. If you see something you disagree with or think is incorrect, please tell us! Call us at (312) 222-2460 or email couriernews@tribpub.com. Please include "speak out" in the subject line....
  • UK police: Schoolgirls who went to Syria are not terrorists

    Three British schoolgirls who traveled to Syria to join the Islamic State group won't be prosecuted for terrorism if they return, a senior British police officer said Tuesday. Police chiefs also defended their handling of the case, denying a lawmaker's...
  • FBI probes possible domestic terrorism at Reno KFC

    The FBI is investigating an apparent attempt to firebomb a fast-food restaurant in Reno because of the possibility it could have been an act of domestic terrorism after the initials of an animal rights group were found scrawled on a drive-thru sign, local...
  • Torture report provided rare public accountability for CIA

    In February 2009, the Senate intelligence committee gathered in a soundproof room to learn the stomach-churning details of the brutal interrogations the CIA conducted with its first important al-Qaida prisoners. Committee aides distributed a report based...
  • Boko Haram's pledge seen as propaganda coup for Islamic State

    Boko Haram's pledge seen as propaganda coup for Islamic State
    The decision by the Nigerian extremist group Boko Haram to pledge allegiance to Islamic State amounts to a significant propaganda coup for the Syrian-based organization, analysts say, and raises questions about whether the Nigerian militants could morph...
  • UK police: Schoolgirls who went to Syria are not terrorists

    UK police: Schoolgirls who went to Syria are not terrorists
    Three British schoolgirls who traveled to Syria to join the Islamic State group won't be prosecuted for terrorism if they return, a senior British police officer said Tuesday. Police chiefs also defended their handling of the case, denying a lawmaker'...