TSA shows up at the door of a Connecticut blogger, demands he relinquish his laptop, and says "we could make this difficult for you."
Twelve of Osama bin Laden's half-siblings have a pilot's license. And that's not even the most embarrassing TSA news lately.
Terrorists were surely rejoicing when the Transportation Security Administration posted one of its most sensitive documents online.
Throughout Pakistan, including popular media, conspiracy theories blaming the U.S. for Pakistani violence are gaining acceptance.
Last Friday’s terror attack on a Russian train was international news. The Kremlin hates to look weak. (Update: Putin says no plans to leave power.)
A daring U.S. raid kills wanted terrorists in Somalia. Al-Shabaab — al-Qaeda's Somalian proxy — vows revenge.
There’s a major story brewing across the pond — one that threatens the entire future of the secretive U.S. Federal Air Marshal Service.
Despite Hillary Clinton's assurances, we are relying on nothing but Pakistan's word. The facilities have already been attacked three times in the past couple years.
A government commission wastes time and money to determine what they should already know: Al-Qaeda is looking to use biological weapons.
A firsthand look at the Air Force's hi-tech hunting of terrorists in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Nabbed working at one of the most sensitive nuclear facilities in the world, this huge story has received almost no press.
Was the Colorado terror suspect radicalized in an American mosque?
A suicide bomber almost managed to kill a heavily guarded Saudi prince, passing through several security checkpoints with a bomb hidden in his rectum.
Osama's son is releasing a memoir telling of a failed Clinton attempt on his father's life.
A suicide bomber attacks a French embassy in Mauritania in response to Sarkozy's stance on the burqa.
Two French intelligence agents, supposedly on a public mission without need for cover, get kidnapped while posing as journalists.
Osama bin Laden's son may be more than just a "low-level" target, as U.S. counterterrorism official once described him.
Why would investigators tell a French newspaper that two terrorists boarded the flight only to recant the story later?
Why is Osama's brother pushing a bizarre construction project in one of the world's most dangerous areas?
President Obama should spearhead a multinational operation to free the 200 mariners still held captive.
Should Baitullah Mehsud's threats to attack our nation's capital be taken seriously? (Watch an interview with Annie Jacobsen here.)
Al-Qaeda operatives are being taken out in Pakistan. Why the secrecy about it?
Was the incident a simple Iranian "mistake" — or the prelude to a U.S. military nightmare?