A tip from Indian soil which shed new light on how US diplomat Robin Raphel empowered the Taliban may have hastened her downfall in Washington.
Accounts from Raisina Hill, the seat of government in New Delhi and from Chanakyapuri, the capital’s diplomatic enclave, however, indicated that India’s official apparatus was not involved in the tip. . . . → Read More: Was Robin Raphel targetted or trapped
Barbara Bowman first publicly accused Bill Cosby of rape in 2004. But people didn’t start believing her until now, when a male comedian called Cosby a rapist last month.
Bowman’s story puts a personal face on the myriad reasons women are often hesitant to come forward with rape allegations. They often face disbelief, harrassment, or accusations of . . . → Read More: Rape victims suffer more due to insensitive police attitude
(By Catherine E. Shoichet and Tristan Smith) Late night protests in Ferguson, Missouri, over the shooting death of Michael Brown, dispersed after bottles flew at officers, who answered with tear gas, police said Wednesday. . . . → Read More: Violent protests over murder of black teen by a white cop
A sign that says “We do not serve FBI and CIA agents,” hangs outside a restaurant on the opening day of the 2014 Winter Olympics, Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia.
Associated Press photographer Jae C. Hong captured a photo of this sign outside a restaurant in the mountains near Sochi, . . . → Read More: CIA And FBI Agents Are Not Welcome At This Restaurant Outside Sochi
For all the grim news about the economy and jobs over the last few years, one indicator of the quality of life in the United States has stubbornly continued to improve. The latest Federal Bureau of Investigation data suggests crime rates went on falling through the first half of 2011, recession be damned. In 1991, the overall . . . → Read More: Are violent movies the cure for real life bloodshed?
To fix its troubled counterterrorism training, the FBI is calling in the cavalry.
The Bureau has turned to the Army’s Combating Terrorism Center at West Point to scour the FBI’s training materials, after Danger Room revealed that Bureau specialists were teaching agents that “mainstream” Muslims were likely to be “violent” and radical.” The West . . . → Read More: FBI, Army, Islam & Terrorism: The Stupid Connection
The FBI has built a massive network of spies to prevent another domestic attack. But are they busting terrorist plots—or leading them?
UPDATE: On September 28, Rezwan Ferdaus, a 26-year-old graduate of Northeastern University, was arrested and charged with providing resources to a foreign terrorist organization and attempting to destroy national defense premises. Ferdaus, according to . . . → Read More: FBI’s Plastic Terrorists & Terror Plots
From an attempt to negotiate with Osama bin Laden to a proposal to threaten to bomb Mecca, it’s been a wild decade for the U.S. national security establishment.
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Everything you ever wanted to know about the 9/11 conspiracy theory in under 5 minutes.
TRANSCRIPT: On the morning of September 11, 2001, 19 men armed with boxcutters directed by a man on dialysis in a cave fortress halfway around the world using a satellite phone and a laptop directed the most sophisticated . . . → Read More: Lets read Corbett Report on 9/11