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A leading House Republican, Peter King, wants to determine whether there's a rising number of terrorist sympathizers in our midst
The mixed verdict for the first former Guantanamo detainee prosecuted in a federal court reignites the debate over how to try accused terrorists
The U.K. faces a backlash after deciding to settle a lawsuit filed by former detainees who accuse British agents of being complicit in their torture
The jihadists have been on losing streak recently, says Thomas Friedman in The New York Times. But don't expect that to continue
Tips on taking out pedestrians with pickup trucks? D.C. lunchtime attacks? Here are 5 notable items from Inspire, al Qaeda's English-language propaganda rag
The State Department tells Americans to be wary of al Qaeda plots in Europe. Terrifying — or just vague?
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