Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law will appear in a Manhattan court Monday, to answer charges of conspiring to kill Americans in his role as an al-Qaeda spokesman. Prosecutors will try to convince an anonymous jury that Sulaiman Abu Ghaith...Show More Summary
For now, a 14-page declaration written by alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed that lawyers for a son-in-law of Osama bin Laden say could exonerate their client will remain in a safe in Idaho.
The chairman and CEO of cable's top-rated news network opens the doors to his New York office, which includes such personal touches as a brick from Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad compound and a football helmet signed by Hall of Famer Jim Brown.
The lawyer for Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law was indicted on Wednesday on tax charges. Stanley L. Cohen, a New York lawyer and political activist who represented Suleiman Abu Ghaith, was indicted for failing to pay more than $3 million in income to the IRS, Reuters reports. Show More Summary
A Kansas man who police say cited Osama bin Laden as an inspiration was arrested Friday for allegedly plotting to detonate a car laden with explosives at the airport where he works, authorities said. Terry Lee Loewen, 58, was charged...Show More Summary
A Michigan man has hired attorneys to try to collect $25 million after claiming to have tipped off federal officials the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden. In a letter, sent by Chicago-based firm Loevy & Loevy to FBI Director James Comey, Grand...Show More Summary
It’s not true. The story about the Navy SEAL raid that got Osama bin Laden. And why doesn’t the public know about it? Because the news media has rolled over and played dead. That, basically, is what Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh has to say about that operation in particular. And the state of [...]
(NEW YORK) — A Columbia University professor says he’s overwhelmed by the support he’s received after he was attacked in upper Manhattan by a group of young men who called him “Osama” and a “terrorist.” Prabhjot Singh (PRUHB’-joht sihng) spoke to reporters on Monday despite a fractured lower jaw. Show More Summary
A # judge has denied a #FOIA request for documents concerning the funeral service for Osama bin Laden. In a seven-page decision made available Thursday, U.S. District Judge Richard Leon sided with the U.S. Navy in denying the full Freedom...
The Obama administrative gave the filmmakers behind Zero Dark Thirty inside access to interview key players in the raid that would end in the death of Osama bin Laden. Does that render the names of those officers public record? According...
A legal battle over the release of photos and videos during and after the U.S. raid on Osama bin Laden's compound in 2011 is moving to the U.S. Supreme Court. In Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Defense and Central...
The price has been in lives. The capture and killing of Osama bin Laden occurred without loss of any U.S. military lives. It was hailed as a hugely successful special forces and intelligence operation. Still to believe that the operation was accomplished without the loss of life is both incorrect and naive. The lives lost [...]
WASHINGTON — In one of the most unsurprising news yet, a Pakistani report said that their country’s intelligence service was utterly incompetent in tracking international terrorist Osama bin Laden, who was killed by an American special operations team. Reuters reports that the report, which was leaked to the Qatar broadcaster Al Jazeera, gave details about [...]
A leaked Pakistani report on the May 1, 2001 U.S. raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound provides a first-hand view into the dysfunctions of a Pakistani government that both managed to play host to the world’s most wanted man — and then failed to react to the U.S. Show More Summary
Concerns over widespread monitoring by the National Security Agency of the phone data of millions of Americans have made their way into the criminal case against Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law.
The top U.S. special operations commander, Adm. William McRaven, ordered military files about the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden's hideout to be purged from Defense Department computers and sent to the CIA, where they could be more easily shielded from ever being made public.
If true, what may be a far more devastating -- and under reported -- blow against radical Islam than the killing of Osama Bin Laden was delivered by the new the emir of Qatar.
NBC's Brian Williams called Bradley Manning "the man who may have put U.S. military secrets in the hands of Osama bin Laden." But giving classified information to the public is something that news outlets--including NBC News--routinely do, and each time they do it they too could be accused of "aiding the enemy."
WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court ruled last Tuesday that the U.S. government had properly classified top secret images of dead al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, reports Reuters news agency. A conservative nonprofit watchdog group, Judicial Watch, sued the U.S. government to have them release the images of the dead terrorist leader, but the three [...]
Why not? Former Time colleague Jamie Malanowski had an intriguing piece in the New York Times over the holiday weekend wondering why the U.S. military has at least 10 major bases named in honor – there is no other way to put it – ofShow More Summary