Apr 18, 2014 4:25pm

After Secret Conviction, Marine Vet Sends Letter From Iranian Prison

A former U.S. Marine accused by Iran of being a CIA spy pleaded his case to the Iranian leadership in a letter written from detention, a few days after he was sentenced in a secret court to 10 years in prison. Arizona-born Amir Hekmati, who… Read More »

By ABC News

Apr 16, 2014 11:51am

Accused Boston Bomber Can See Autopsy Photos of Victims

By MICHELE McPHEE A federal judge in Boston ruled today that accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will be allowed to view the autopsy photos of his alleged victims, a move that the prosecution had argued would “re-victimize” the families of the dead. Tsarnaev was… Read More »

Apr 16, 2014 8:53am

Al Qaeda Affiliate Leader Praised in ‘Atypical’ Terror Gathering

The leader of al Qaeda’s most dangerous affiliate is the star of a propaganda video showing an unusually large gathering of apparent militants. Nasir al-Wahishi, believed to be the leader of al Qaeda’s Yemen affiliate al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), appears in good… Read More »

Apr 14, 2014 4:32pm

Top US Spy: Intel Cooperation With Pakistan ‘On the Upswing’

The strained spy relationship between Pakistan and the U.S. is “of late… on the upswing,” according to America’s top intelligence official. “I have to be careful what I say here,” Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told students at the University of Georgia today. “First… Read More »

Apr 10, 2014 12:39pm

Boston Marathon Bombing: Homeland Security’s ‘Lessons Learned’

The Department of Homeland Security today revealed what it has learned in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, just a week shy of the deadly attack’s first anniversary. In a 19-page report, written in response to a “hot wash” review ordered by then-DHS Secretary… Read More »

Apr 7, 2014 7:39pm

Navy’s Future on Video: Fly Choppers With Tablets, Blast Enemies With Rail Guns

Think of it as reality catching up with science fiction as Navy researchers have unveiled three technological advancements that could not only change the battlefield of tomorrow but also have impacts in the civilian world. First off, Navy researchers have combined the smart pad technology… Read More »

Apr 1, 2014 5:50pm

No Foolin’: 7 Things the Pentagon Is Buying With Your $1.5 Trillion

A day before April Fool’s Day, a government watch dog released its most recent assessment of how the Defense Department is spending an eye-popping $1.5 trillion – that’s 11 zeros – on major weapons systems. While the multi-year, total cost of the programs is staggering… Read More »

Mar 25, 2014 4:25pm

Autopsy: FBI Shot Ibragim Todashev 7 Times

After a sudden, bloody altercation in a Florida apartment, an FBI agent fired seven bullets to kill 27-year-old Chechen man Ibragim Todashev last year, according to an autopsy report released today. Todashev, an associate of suspected Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was shot six times… Read More »

Mar 19, 2014 2:43pm

Osama Bin Laden’s Son-in-Law Defends Role in Al Qaeda

Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law told spellbound spectators in a New York court today that even though he appeared with his infamous kin in videos shortly after the 9/11 attacks, he didn’t know the attack was coming beforehand and two never discussed terrorism. Suleiman Abu Ghaith,… Read More »

By ABC News

Mar 17, 2014 10:31am

Stolen at Birth: Man Bears Striking Resemblance to Baby Paul Fronczak

By BRIAN ROSS, BARBARA WALTERS and ANGELA M. HILL Sam Miller stood in his Dallas home and stared at a picture of a baby that was stolen from a hospital 50 years ago. The resemblance is uncanny. “It looks like me,” he said looking at… Read More »