Terrorist tweets: how Al Qaeda's social media move could cause problems
Somalia’s Al Qaeda affiliate, Al Shabab, might not have as many followers as Mr. Bieber (1,800 versus 34 million), but it is still microblogging to get its message ... to spread its propaganda. Recommended: Quiz: How much do you know about terrorism?
Remembering Pelham teen Carson Sumpter: 'His legacy continues'
PELHAM, Alabama ... got lost a lot," she said. Before some attending the memorial released seven balloons into the air in Carson's honor, his mother noted the influence her son had on those around him. "He just took every moment and lived it to its ...
Town of Slapout Cheering on Hometown American Idol Contestant Jessica Meuse
But it's not everyday that someone from Slapout Alabama or such a small town gets chosen and makes it that far," said Cody Meuse. Cody's friends say they remember her when she was just trying to make a name ... to do it as well. "Each person can get ...
How did John Boehner's opponent get his campaign ad to go viral? Humor. (+video)
Take J.D. Winteregg, one of three Republicans challenging House Speaker John Boehner ... Alabama, Will Brooke, wielding various firearms in a show of Second Amendment support as he shoots a rather hefty printout of the Obamacare law. But let’s get ...
Iraq at risk again: How did we get here so fast?
A look at how we got here: WHEN DID THE TROUBLE START ... ISIS CARVES OUT MORE TERRITORY Play Video Its previous name is more familiar: al-Qaida in Iraq. The group emerged during the Iraq War as a major player in the Shiite vs. Sunni violence that ...