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  • The NSA’s Losing Argument

    Of the many questions that still surround the National Security Agency’s vast global spying operations, one seems especially pertinent: Do they actually work? That is, have they helped to prevent terrorist attacks against Americans?

  • Times Square Bomb Suspect Shahzad Pleads Guilty

    Faisal Shahzad , a naturalized U.S. citizen who said he was trained to use explosives by the Pakistani Taliban, pleaded guilty to driving a bomb-laden car into New York’s Times Square to avenge the deaths of Muslims.

  • CIA Drone Strike Kills Pakistan Taliban Head Before Talks

    A CIA drone strike killed the leader of the Pakistani Taliban in what the government in Islamabad described as an attempt to derail peace talks in the country.

  • Boston Bombing Suspects Said to Plan Times Square Attack

    The two brothers suspected in the deadly Boston Marathon bombings planned to drive to New York City after the April 15 attack and set off more explosives in Times Square, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said.

  • Times Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad Gets Life in Prison

    Faisal Shahzad , the naturalized U.S. citizen who drove a bomb-laden vehicle into New York’s Times Square, was ordered by a federal judge to spend the rest of his life in prison and told to think about “whether the Koran wants you to kill lots of people.”

  • Faisal Shahzad to Appear in Federal Court in New York, Government Says

    Faisal Shahzad, accused of trying to detonate a car bomb in New York’s Times Square, will appear in Manhattan federal court, the government said.

  • Bombing Prosecutors Begin Case With Laws Forged by Terror

    Prosecutors in the Boston Marathon bombings have begun to grapple with the daunting task of assembling evidence from multiple crime scenes and around the world to explain to jurors the story behind the attack, as the latest example of terror on American soil moves to a courtroom.

  • N.Y. Bomb Plan Revelation Spurs Criticism of Questioning

    Law enforcement claims that two brothers suspected in the deadly Boston bombings planned to drive to New York and set off explosives in Times Square triggered Republican criticism of a decision to inform the surviving one of his right to counsel and remain silent.

  • Times Square Suspect Has Right to Remain a Citizen: Ann Woolner

    In the view of certain members of Congress, the problem with constitutional rights in this country is that every American gets them. Once you are either born into citizenship or earn it through naturalization, it’s almost impossible for the government to take it away.

  • Bomb Suspect Has Chance to Avoid Execution by Cooperating

    The best chance for 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to avoid execution for the deadly Boston Marathon bombing may be to cooperate fully with investigators, or convince a jury he was “brainwashed” by his older brother.

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