U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said Wednesday he had evidence that al-Qaida militants are operating in the disputed province of Kashmir, adding another complication to already tense relations between India and Pakistan.
Changing wind patterns and cooler temperatures helped slow a 77,000-acre wildfire's approach toward Denver early Tuesday. Despite the encouraging signs, authorities urged some 13,000 residents to move out of the blaze's possible path.
Three experts discuss details of possible threats posed by the al-Qaida terrorist network.
Kwame Holman reports on the threat still posed by the al-Qaida terrorist network.
Attorney General John Ashcroft announced on Monday the arrest of a man who allegedly planned to build and detonate a radioactive "dirty bomb."…
Experts discuss the arrest of a man with alleged plans to build and detonate a radioactive "dirty bomb" and what would be the likely affect of an attack.
A report from Kwame Holman on the arrest of a man in the U.S. who allegedly planned to build and detonate a radioactive "dirty bomb."…
Citing a continued "titanic struggle against terror", President Bush called on Congress to join him in creating a new Cabinet-level agency to spearhead U.S. homeland security efforts.
Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday, FBI Director Robert Mueller promised an overhaul of the bureau, aimed at preventing future breakdowns in communication and further enabling the FBI's hunt for terrorists.
In the wake of criticism that it misused donations for September 11 victims, the American Red Cross announced new fund-raising practices on Wednesday saying it will no longer solicit donations for specific disasters.
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