A few days after The New York Times published a rather arresting column written by an inmate staging a hunger strike, 25 percent more prisoners have joined the protest.
President Obama's top counterterrorism advisor faced the Senate Intelligence Committee today.
On the same day that the September 11th high-jackers returned to court, word came that the office responsible for closing the prison has itself been closed, adding another entry to the long list of scuttled attempts to shut down the detention facility.
Well, this is pretty terrifying: A little known agency called the National Counterterrorism Center has a big ole database of civilian information that it can use to monitor innocent people for suspicious behavior, without probable cause.
The State Department's latest counterterrorism effort is apparently an Internet trolling (no, we're not kidding) initiative called Viral Peace. From whom should the government learn to troll?
New York's Mayor Michael Bloomberg says we'll never, ever know how many terrorist plots the New York Police Department actually stopped because the number could be between 1 and 100.
The NYPD is held up as a sophisticated counterterrorism operation, with media and political figures citing 14 attacks prevented or stopped. But a ProPublica investigation finds that the number is inflated.
The attack took out al-Qaeda's media chief, and Anwar al-Awlaki's son
A recently defunct FBI program had a rather simplistic view of Islam
The threat is of potential car bombings in New York or D.C.
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