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A new memo from the Justice Department outlines the administration's broad powers to neutralize American citizens
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Authorities bust a man they say tried to detonate a van filled with fake explosives. Do these increasingly common stings amount to a victory against al Qaeda?
In the eyes of many critics, the most baffling part of Mitt Romney's flubbed Libya offensive against President Obama is the Republican's focus on labels
Mohamed al-Zawahiri, brother of al Qaeda's leader, says he is uniquely positioned to work out a truce
A former New York Times investigative reporter argues that George W. Bush ignored months of daily briefings that should have raised red flags
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