NEWS & ANALYSIS

Terrorism List Creates Jihadist Solidarity?

A Somali jihadist group says that by branding it a terrorist organization, the United States will strengthened the group's ties with other radical Islamic terrorists.

Al Qaeda Harder to Crack than Kremlin

The Washington Post details Western intelligence agencies' many failed attempts to infiltrate al Qaeda.

U.K.: Britain's New National Security Strategy

Prime Minister said the new national security strategy reflects the challenges and threats of a post-Cold War world.

Government Problems Regarding Security Stem from Secrecy

ABC News correspondent Pierre Thomas told attendees of ASIS International's global terrorism conference that the government would do better to release more information on security threats rather than keep Americans in the dark.

Audits Show FBI Abused Intelligence-Gathering Privileges

Two audits show that the FBI abused special orders to obtain personal records of U.S. citizens, but the FBI responds that the violations are old news and that corrective measures are already in place.

Four Alleged Members of ELF Indicted in Michigan

The four stand accused of torching a genetic-engineering facility at Michigan State University in 1999.

New Report Says Right-Wing Extremism Growing in U.S.

The Southern Poverty Law Center says there has been a sharp increase in hate crimes against Hispanics, but a prominent immigration reform group named in the report says the data is misleading.

U.K.: Al Qaeda Sleeper Cell Allegedly Found in Met Police Force

MI5 reportedly has the suspected al Qaeda members under 24-hour surveillance.

I.E.D. Explodes in New York City

The blast damaged an armed forces recruiting station before sunrise early this morning.

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E.L.F. Strikes Seattle Suburb

Five luxury homes deemed "eco-friendly" by developers were set ablaze by radical environmentalists acting on behalf of the Earth Liberation Front.
 




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