GMA LIVE (02.18.14)
Ginger Zee and Lara Spencer discuss National Drink Wine Day, student-run philanthropy at PSU.
New Al Qaeda Franchise Also Sets Sights on US
Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) may be a new branch of the global terror group, but at least one of its primary aims is the same as the rest: to target the United States. Following words from al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, a...
Obama's Show-Me-The-Money Tour
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES ‘BETTER LATE THAN NEVER’: In Washington, D.C., things aren’t going very well for President Obama. But hundreds of miles away as he jets up and down the West Coast, he is playing to one of his greatest remaining strengths: raising...
Terrorists With the Biggest Bounties on Their Heads
On Saturday, U.S. commandos captured Anas Al-Libi , one of the America's most wanted terrorists and a man with a $5 million bounty on his head. Al-Libi is one of about 50 foreign terrorists, for whom the State Department offers rewards of between $500,000 and $25 million. Since 1984, the United
American Terrorist Gets 35 Years in Prison
David Headley Helped Plan Mumbai Attack That Killed 164, Including 6 Americans
American Rapping Jihadi Added to FBI's Most Wanted
An Alabama-born rapping jihadi fighting half a world away is among the new entries on the FBI’s infamous Most Wanted List, the bureau announced today. Omar Hammami, also known as Abu Mansoor al-Amriki, has been fighting with the Somalia-based terror group al-Shabaab since 2006. Hammami...
Terrorist Offers Hurricane Sandy Aid, US Says No Thanks
The U.S. has turned down an offer of post-Hurricane Sandy assistance from one of the world's most wanted men, a Pakistani terror leader with a $10 million U.S. bounty on his head. Hafiz Saeed, an Islamist militant who is alleged to have masterminded the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks that left more
The Bin Laden Raid: One Year Later
What's Happened to the Wives, the House, the Seals and Al Qaeda Since May 1, 2011
Terror Leader Mocks US: Come and Get Me
The terror leader blamed for a 2008 massacre that killed nearly 200 people taunted the U.S. government at a press conference today, saying that if anyone wants to collect the $10 million bounty on his head he will be in Lahore, Pakistan tomorrow. "I am here, I am visible," said Hafiz Mohammad