Mumbai Attacks News
Pakistani court ends US-wanted militant leader's detention
Pakistan ends house arrest of US-wanted militant who founded group linked to 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack
President Obama Remarks on Ongoing Paris Terror Attacks
Dozens reported dead in multiple coordinated attacks in the French capital.
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...
Horror and Heroism: 5 Years After the Mumbai Attacks , a View From Inside the Taj Hotel
"The Siege" documents how the attacks were planned and executed despite intelligence warnings.
Sebelius Leads The 'Sorry' Brigade
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES SEBELIUS IN THE HOT SEAT: This morning Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius appears before the Energy and Commerce Committee to discuss implementation of the Affordable Care Act. ABC’s DEVIN DWYER notes. Sebelius’ prepared testimony ...
'This Week' Panel: The Terror Threat
Rep. Peter King, Pierre Thomas, Frances Townsend, and Gen. Peter Chiarelli on the Kenya attack.
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The Global Note: Egypt's President…Syrian Defectors…Fukushima Fishing…Stealing Roman Stones
EGYPT: AN ISLAMIST PRESIDENCY -BIG PICTURE It’s a first: an Islamist wins a Presidential election in an Arab nation. More than that, it’s a group that was outlawed for decades, its leaders harassed and jailed; as one observer noted, when the presidential guard arrived at...
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
Despite Public Animosity, U.S. and Pakistan Cooperate Behind the Scenes
When Charles Arthur Williams, a 41-year-old from Mississippi, showed up for a flight in Peshawar, Pakistan, with 9mm bullets in his bag, he could have quickly become a poster child for Americans who behave badly in Pakistan. Pakistani television channels compared him to Raymond Davis,...