Al Qaeda In Libya News
U.S. Kills Al Qaeda's No. 2 Leader
Nasir al-Wahishi killed in drone strike, was potential heir to Osama bin Laden.
U.S. Airstrike Targets al Qaeda Operative in Libya
The U.S. military conducted an airstrike in Libya Saturday night targeting an al Qaeda operative. One official says the strikes appears to have been successful though the assessment continues. "Last night, the U.S. military conducted a counterterrorism strike against an al Qaeda-associated
What the U.S. Gave Up to Get Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Back
WASHINGTON — Most of the reaction to Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s release after five years as a captive of the Taliban has been celebratory, but a pair of lawmakers questioned whether the deal reached with the Taliban was legal and whether the price paid was too...
7 Seconds: Lawmaker's Benghazi Question Stumps Top US Officials
More Than a Year After Attack Killed Ambassador, FBI Head Says There's Been 'Progress'
'This Week' Transcript: Rep. Mike Rogers and Sen. Mark Udall
Below is the rush transcript for "This Week on December 22, 2013 STEPHANOPOULOS: Good morning. And welcome to This Week. Spies scramble. (BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) BARACK OBAMA, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES: Just because we can do something, doesn't mean we necessarily should. (END VIDEO CLIP)
Al Qaeda Suspect Arraigned in Manhattan Courtroom
Abu Anas al-Libi pleads not guilty to embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania.
McCaul: After Libya Op, Why Can't We Get Benghazi Suspects?
By BRIAN ROSS and JAMES GORDON MEEK The Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee today praised U.S. special forces for their successful capture of a suspected al Qaeda terrorist in Libya, but then questioned why the same tactic hasn’t been used to go after...
Twin Terror Raids Capture Top Al Qaeda Leader
Anas Al Libi has been wanted by the US for 15 years, and was captured during a raid in Libya.
Anas Al-Libi Captured in Anti-Terror Raids
Al Qaeda mastermind captured in Libya, and the Somali beach firefight with SEAL Team Six.
US Strikes Double Blow Against Al Qaeda in Libya and Somalia
A senior U.S. administration official confirms to ABC News that the U.S. today carried out a successful raid to capture one of America's most wanted al Qaeda terrorists, Anas al Libi, now reported to be on a U.S. Navy ship before he is expected to be sent to New York to stand trial as a planner of