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A day after news broke that the CIA foiled a new al-Qaida plot to bomb an airliner, the official responses were low key on Tuesday. Margaret Warner, former National Counterterrorism Center director Michael Leiter and former FBI supervisory special agent…
By Larisa Epatko
One day after the White House released its counterterrorism strategy to conquer al-Qaida and its partners, the Defense Department announced the death of a leader of the Haqqani terrorist network.
Citing national security risks, President Obama said Wednesday that photos of Osama bin Laden's body will not be released. Ray Suarez discusses the president's decision and its effects with former White House counterterrorism adviser Richard Clarke and former Deputy National…
Two suspicious packages originating from Yemen were found overnight in Britain and Dubai on airplanes bound for the United States, officials said Friday, causing airports in the U.S. to heighten security procedures.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai requested more global support at Tuesday's conference in Kabul on security and development. Jim Lehrer gets two views from veteran State Department official James Dobbins and an Afghan-American, Nazif Shahrani, who is a professor at Indiana…
Attorney General Eric Holder said the weekend attempt to detonate a car bomb in Times Square was aimed at murdering innocent Americans. Jeffrey Brown talks to a counterterrorism expert about the security implications in the U.S. and abroad.
A Pakistani-American man faces terrorism and weapons of mass destruction charges over the failed bomb plot in New York City's Times Square over the weekend. Jeffrey Brown talks to a reporter for more on the charges and the security implications…
The discussion over failed security measures that led to the attempted bombing of a Detroit-bound flight continues with three veterans of the intelligence community. Jeffrey Brown moderates the debate.
An Italian judge on Wednesday convicted 23 Americans in the 2003 kidnapping of an Egyptian cleric in Milan. Ray Suarez speaks with a Los Angeles Times reporter for more on the landmark case.
The White House said Monday that President Bush has no immediate plans to withdraw troops from Iraq. As the Senate heads into a week of voting on Iraq policy, two senators debate the current strategy.
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