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San Bernardino: Ghost of American Al Qaeda Haunts Another US Terror Plot
An American drone strike ended the life of high-profile American al Qaeda member Anwar al-Awlaki in late 2011, but newly-released court documents reveal his link to yet another domestic terror plot -- the latest evidence of the cleric’s enduring, deadly legacy. An FBI affidavit filed late Thursday
Obama on Prevalence of Mass Shootings: 'It's Too Easy'
The president says the country must take steps to make it "harder for individuals to get access to weapons."
Witness to the Drone Strike That Killed an American Terrorist
Lt. Col. Mark McCurley stood tense and quiet in the operations cell in Djibouti , Africa with his eyes transfixed on the large, high-definition monitor before him. It was playing a real-time video feed from a Predator drone -- the same video McCurley said was being beamed to high-level officials in
Lawyer: Bowe Bergdahl 'In Physical Danger' From Fellow Soldiers
Ahead of a key hearing this week in his case of alleged desertion, former Taliban prisoner Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl 's defense team told a military tribunal that he has been "in physical danger" for a year from fellow soldiers who are angry over claims he betrayed his country. Bergdahl's civilian
As a Blooming Reporter, Alison Parker Made Her Mark on Marine Base
Before Alison Parker accepted a reporting position in her hometown of Roanoke, Virginia, she had cultivated a reputation among the U.S. Marines stationed at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina as someone to take seriously. Nat Fahy, the base’s Public Affairs Director, said he grew close to Parker during
US Radicals Bigger Terror Threat Than Jihadis in America
Since the 9/11 attacks, many Americans have considered radical Muslims as the preeminent threat to homeland security . But non-jihadist extremists have been responsible for nearly twice the number of deaths as jihadist attacks in the United States, according to a count by New America, a Washington
ABC News Honored with 2015 Murrow Awards for Overall Excellence in Television and Overall Excellence in Radio - 5 Total
Today the RTDNA announced the 2015 National Edward R. Murrow Awards honoring ABC News with its highest achievements for Overall Excellence in Television and Overall Excellence in Radio – 2 years in a row, a first for the network. ABC News won 5 awards in total. ABC News president James Goldston
NYPD's John Miller and retired Gen. Peter Chiarelli on Responding to ISIS Threat
deputy commissioner of intelligence for the New York City police department. He interviewed Osama bin laden in 1998. And retired general peter Chiarelli fed in erk Rand as vice chief of staff when nidal Hasan opened fire in ft. Hood in 2009, killing 13 people. John miller, your reaction to what
Fort Hood Shooting Victims and Survivors Awarded Purple Heart Medals
Kimberly Munley, who helped stop the attack, honored with Defense of Freedom medal.
Fort Hood Victims Awarded Purple Hearts After Long, Controversial Battle
Today the military awarded the victims and survivors of the 2009 Fort Hood attack with Purple Hearts and other medals, after a more than five-year-long bureaucratic struggle over whether the awards were deserved. Kimberly Munley, the former police sergeant credited with stopping the attack, and