Former White House official Richard A. Clarke Tuesday launched a Web site offering expert opinions and debate on U.S. national security. Clarke, a former counterterrorism czar, will act as chairman of the Good Harbor Report, which will include among its c
ABC is under fire to re-cut its miniseries based on the behind the scenes government running's pre-Sept. 11, after heated responses from Clinton supporters.
The government of Pakistan said a military spokesman had been misquoted by ABC News that Osama bin Laden would not face arrest if found in Pakistan.
The U.S. Consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was attacked by al-Qaida in December 2004 despite a critical threat level warning, ABC News reports. Showing tapes of the attack, ABC reported it took the terrorists only five seconds to enter the consulate comp
The former White House head of counter-terrorism, Richard Clarke, says al-Qaida has "morphed" into a global movement and is still a significant threat.
The CIA's Counterterrorist Center has spent more than $15 million in the past three years funding liberal studies and reports, the Washington Times reports.
New York state physician Kenneth M. Berry has replaced "person of interest" Steven Hatfill at the center of the search for the murderer who killed five people three years ago by sending anthrax-laden letters through the U.S. postal system.
Just in time for the 2004 presidential campaign season, "Real Time with Bill Maher" returns to HBO's schedule, delivering what has become one of the most popular commodities in contemporary entertainment: amusing, smart talk about substantive issues.
President Clinton's national security adviser reportedly rejected four plans to kill or capture Osama bin Laden, partly to avoid blame if the raids failed.
Ex-National Security Council aide Richard Clarke says he approved post-Sept. 11, 2001, flights taking Saudi Arabians out of the United States.