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?
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How America Lost Its Nerve Abroad
But President Obama is clearly eager to get our forces out (as ... is the policy that dare not speak its name. Obama has been hinting at this direction for some time. In January, in his second Inaugural Address, he did not issue the familiar stern warning ...
'How dare the US government snoop on me?'
In 2004, Ghafoor and another lawyer, Wendell Belew, discovered they were wiretapped as part of a US government investigation of their client, al-Haramain ... got everything correct about me. Given where you work -- in Washington, DC -- how do you think ...
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 ...