Al-Qaeda chief mourns slaying of bin Laden's friend in Syrian conflict
Al-Qaeda's top commander, Ayman al-Zawahiri, on an audio tape he released, urged the Islamists fighting in the Syrian civil war to put an end to their violence against one another such as the killing of a former lieutenant of Osama bin Laden that occurred in February of this year, according to news reports on Saturday regarding an audio tape released on the Internet by Zawahri.
Apr 12, 2014 - 12:17:32 AM
House lawmakers to Holder: Launch criminal probe of IRS' Lois Lerner
The U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee on Wednesday voted along party-lines to refer the Internal Revenue Service director who continues to "plead the Fifth" regarding the IRS' targeting of conservative organizations for excessive examination when they requested tax-exempt status, according to the committee's press official, Sarah Swinehart.
Apr 10, 2014 - 12:20:51 AM
Arizona lawman calls Obama deportation statistics bogus
During an interview with Fox News Channel's Neil Cavuto on Friday, the man known by many as "America's Toughest Sheriff" said he believes that the Obama administration's claim that more people in the U.S. illegally have been deported than ever before since President Barack Obama took office is a deceptive claim.
Mar 28, 2014 - 7:15:31 AM
Lawmakers blast Obama's DHS for Libya policy reversal
Four top GOP lawmakers are demanding that the Department of Homeland Security come clean on its proposed rescinding of the United States' Libyan policy prohibiting citizens from that country from working in the aviation industry, according to a letter sent on Wednesday.
Mar 26, 2014 - 12:07:29 AM
Obama's 2015 budget takes aim at American gun owners
Despite cuts to the nation's defense, homeland security and public safety budgets, Obama's 2015 budget proposal reveals his continued goal of controlling firearms and ammunition in the hands of civilians who wish to protect themselves, their loved ones and their homes.
Mar 5, 2014 - 12:15:19 AM
Congressional panel probes Extortion 17 tragedy in Afghanistan
Some of the dead Seals' family members are angry with Vice President Joe Biden for his public boasts about Seal Team 6 killing bin Laden. They believe he and President Barack Obama kicked security to the roadside in order to score political points for Obama's reelection campaign.
Mar 4, 2014 - 12:13:13 AM
Former U.S. Navy cryptology tech imprisoned for espionage
"Hoffman attempted to spy on behalf of the Russian Federation and betrayed the trust this country placed in him," said Acting U.S. Attorney Dana Boente. "He was willing to place American lives at risk for personal gain."
Feb 16, 2014 - 12:12:28 AM
U.S. imprisons Guatemalan army officer for covering up role in massacre
Testimony from two Kaibiles who participated in the massacre revealed that Sosa supervised the Special Patrol soldiers as they filled the well with Dos Erres villagers. The evidence also showed that at some point during the massacre, a villager screamed out at Sosa from the well, and Sosa responded by cursing and shooting his assault weapon and throwing a grenade into the well.
Feb 14, 2014 - 12:28:05 AM
Syrian jihadists create female battalions to patrol and detect
They know that they are using unethical means to recruit women, in addition to their using the widows of their former members and their female relatives, but they see the goal worth violations of Islamic law, according to the Examiner story.
Feb 5, 2014 - 12:10:36 AM
Obama's parole board frees al-Qaeda terrorist from Gitmo
On Thursday, in an almost secret action by the Obama Administration, the Department of Defense decided --based on the results of the first review conducted under President Barack Obama's Executive Order by the Periodic Review Board (PRB) -- to release Guantanamo Bay detainee Mahmud Abd Al Aziz Al Mujahid, according to a Pentagon report.
Jan 15, 2014 - 12:12:57 AM
Cops blast Obama tapping cop killer's lawyer for DOJ civil rights chief
"Once again we are face-to-face with proof that this president is hell-bent on radicalizing the Justice Department. One need only read the press releases coming from Attorney General Eric Holder to see that his priority is prosecuting businessmen and corporations rather than organized crime, radical groups and terrorists," said former police detective and director of corporate security Henry Melmann.
Jan 10, 2014 - 12:07:25 AM
Terrorist extradition? Yemeni president tells Obama 'never'
President Barack Obama and his national security team met with negative results in their attempt to get Yemen's government to extradite a leader of a radical political party suspected of supporting and financing al-Qaeda, according to government officials on Sunday.
Jan 7, 2014 - 8:37:46 AM
Syrian Islamists massacre 120 civilians yet Kerry open to Islamist State
Despite rampant violence perpetrated by radical Muslims on innocent Syrian civilians, Secretary of State John Kerry told the Arab news media on Tuesday that he may be prepared to meet with Islamists regarding a future caliphate once President Bashir al-Assad and his government are deposed.
Dec 20, 2013 - 12:05:26 AM
ObamaCare Navigator program rife with deficiencies
The Affordable Care Act, a/k/a ObamaCare, and it's rollout snafu appears to be merely the most visible deficiency of the entire health insurance program, according to a report released by the U.S. Congress on Monday. House lawmakers strongly suggest that ObamaCare's Navigator and Assister program displays serious mismanagement of a government program that jeopardizes Americans' privacy and exposes them to fraud and cyber crime.
Dec 19, 2013 - 4:12:19 AM
Bill Clinton blasts Obama administration during Brazilian visit
During his visit to Brazil on Monday, former President Bill Clinton told the Brazilian news media that the United States' need for national security especially protection from terrorist atacks does not justify President Barack Obama's National Security Agency's program that includes spying on allied countries.
Dec 13, 2013 - 5:47:42 AM
Egyptian cops break laws they routinely enforce during protests
The army-backed transitional government had passed the new law regulating public gatherings and their police forces have been enforcing the strict regulations for public gatherings and displays.
Dec 12, 2013 - 5:39:08 AM
Pentagon officials paid companies tied to Afghan terrorists
An internal investigation within the Pentagon has uncovered the U.S. government has paid more than $150- million to organizations that finance attacks by terrorists against American soldiers serving in Afghanistan, according to an American Political Action Committee (Ameri-Pac) statement released last Wednesday.
Nov 27, 2013 - 5:15:16 AM
DHS official who advocates racial terrorism collects wages while suspended
A Homeland Security Newswire on Thursday reported that a Department of Homeland Security official, who was suspended for his racist statements and diatribes over the summer, continues to draw a taxpayer-paid salary from the very Americans he advocates killing.
Nov 26, 2013 - 5:17:37 PM
Criminal alien MS-13 leader sentenced to life imprisonment
An illegal alien and leader of one of the nation's largest organized crime gangs found out on Thursday in a Central Islip, N.Y., courtroom that he will spend the remainder of his life in a federal prison facility, according to a Justice Department and FBI statement.
Nov 24, 2013 - 12:07:11 AM
IRS's Lerner illegally sent conservative group data to FEC: Watchdogs
Emails sent between the Internal Revenue Service's Lois Lerner and attorneys at the Federal Election Commission revealing that the IRS gave the FEC confidential information regarding conservative groups, especially those calling themselves Tea Party organizations were released on Halloween by a Washington, D.C., public-interest group that investigates government corruption.
Nov 6, 2013 - 5:30:03 AM
John Kerry concedes Obama's spy team 'reached too far'
Secretary of State John Kerry surprised many reporters, as well as intelligence, law enforcement and military officials, when he conceded on Friday that some of the U.S. surveillance has gone "too far." The Obama administration has come under intense criticism from many world leaders including some heads of state from NATO allies, according to Josh Hollander, a former intelligence-division police detective.
Nov 5, 2013 - 4:42:19 AM
Obama nominates lawyer for Homeland Security Secretary
"Johnson said that responsibility for tracking down al-Qaeda terrorists should go to police departments and law enforcement agencies," said Vangness. "If he believes that, then why is he prepared to takeover a multi-billion dollar, snafu-prone agency like the DHS?"
Oct 20, 2013 - 12:15:22 AM
Al-Shabaab leader calling for more bloodshed and destruction
In the aftermath of the shocking Westgate Mall attack, the relatively unknown commander of Somalia's Muslim terrorist group Al-Shabaab on Thursday threatened to spill more blood in his organization's quest to cause Kenyan military members to cross the border back into Kenya, according to Morris Kirkley, a former police intelligence analyst and counterterrorism expert.
Sep 29, 2013 - 12:20:04 AM
Israeli victims of terrorists victorious against China in New York court
The family members of 20 citizens of Israel who were killed in terrorist attacks won a key victory in New York State Appellate Court as a result of their civil action against the Bank of China on Tuesday in New York City, according to the plaintiffs' legal team.
Sep 21, 2013 - 12:17:13 AM
Lawmakers push bill to classify Fort Hood shootings a terrorist attack
Two lawmakers in the U.S. Senate introduced a bill on Thursday -- the day after the 9-11 memorial -- that would force the Obama administration to finally classify the Fort Hood attack by an Army psychiatrist, which left 13 dead and more than 30 wounded in 2009, as an act of terrorism. according to law enforcement officials who spoke with the Examiner.
Sep 14, 2013 - 12:20:04 AM
Radical Muslim groups give way to radicalized Muslim individuals
A new study and report released by the Homeland Security Project of the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) on Monday strongly suggests that the terrorist threat to the United States that should be addressed comes from individuals who are radicalized over the Internet or in local mosques within the U.S. rather than from terrorist cells comprised of al-Qaeda or other organization's members.
Sep 13, 2013 - 6:34:54 AM
Syrian conflict: Hezbollah preparing for U.S. attack on Assad forces
The Lebanon-based terrorist group, Hezbollah, is preparing for an anticipated attack by the United States on the organization's fighters in Syria and its ally, President Basher al-Assad, according to report from an Israeli police source on Thursday. Lebanon's top newspaper, the Daily Star claims that the Hezbollah leadership is ordering all of its commanders and members of the group's military-wing to prepare for an attack regardless of whether or not President Barack Obama receives congressional authorization from both houses of the U.S. Congress.
Sep 7, 2013 - 7:24:30 AM
While Hezbollah fights in Syria, al-Qaeda ally emerges in Lebanon
This week, Hezbollah issued a warning to President Barack Obama and the United States through a senior Hezbollah source who declared: "A large-scale Western strike on Syria will plunge Lebanon virtually and immediately into the inferno of a war with Israel."
Sep 6, 2013 - 1:36:25 AM
Concerns grow over new immigration enforcement chief appointee
According to the letter signed by House Committee on Homeland Security Chairman Michael McCaul, R- Texas, and Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-S.C., who chairs the committee's Oversight Subcommittee, John Sandweg is a former criminal defense attorney from Arizona who defended convicted murderers, sexual predators and pedophiles. They also pointed out that Sandweg "fought to free convicts who were locked up for violent offenses.
Aug 25, 2013 - 12:43:20 AM
Obama DHS hired racist official accused of advocating killing whites
A left-leaning, public-interest legal group exposed a Homeland Security Department department head accused of creating and maintaining a web site dedicated to advocating the killing of white people and black conservatives, according to a report on Thursday.
Aug 24, 2013 - 6:20:53 AM
Leaker Bradley Manning nominated for Nobel Prize by American group
According to one story appearing in Britain's The Telegraph, Manning, who served as a US Army intelligence analyst, became depressed after a break-up with his homosexual companion. He also wrote: "Bradley Manning is not a piece of equipment," and quoted a joke about "military intelligence" being an oxymoron.
Aug 14, 2013 - 12:57:01 AM
U.S. to work with corrupt Mexican police to secure border
"Unfortunately, the topic of terrorism -- especially Islamist terror organizations -- was not broached by Napolitano and her staff members traveling in Mexico. The fact that reports of Hezbollah, al-Qaeda and other groups recruiting and training south of the U.S. border, doesn't appear to be a concern of this DHS leader," said Mike Baker, attorney and political strategist.
Jul 31, 2013 - 11:00:18 AM
American Muslim discovered to be wanted war criminal
According to law enforcement officials, 54-year-old Edin Sakoc, a Bosnian Muslim, while undergoing the application process for legal immigrant status and subsequent citizen status hid his record of crimes committed during the war in Bosnia. According to the indictment filed in federal court, Sakoc of Burlington, Vt., committed the crime of naturalization fraud by giving false information about his commission of crimes and his participation in the persecution of Bosnian Serbs during the conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Jul 28, 2013 - 6:57:35 AM
Obama calling scandals 'phony' creates political firestorm
"It was a slap in the face to all military families, especially those who lost love ones in Benghazi. Where is the news media's outrage? When will these so-called news outlets report the facts and not the White House spin?" asked a retired police lieutenant from New Jersey, Jack Mallory.
Jul 28, 2013 - 6:43:03 AM
FBI chief admits use of drones in skies over U.S.
Legal experts who testified before previous congressional panels, including Amie Stepanovich, director of the Domestic Surveillance Project, Electronic Privacy Information Center, claimed that before using drones domestically new privacy laws are required to protect citizens from domestic use of UAVs.
Jun 21, 2013 - 2:51:55 AM
Napolitano discusses border security with sheriffs, police chiefs
When President Barack Obama began stumping on Tuesday for his amnesty for illegal aliens and the so-called "gang of eight" reform bill, his Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano prepared the way with a telephone conference with sheriffs and police chiefs serving near the U.S.-Mexican border on Monday, according to officials with the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) directorate. But the majority of the time spent discussing her agenda items made no mention of security deficiencies, according to a participant.
Jun 12, 2013 - 6:27:35 AM
Syrian Islamists may be plotting sarin gas attacks
According to Sean McCallister, a former police intelligence analyst, despite the Obama Administration, lawmakers such as Sen. John McCain, and many U.S. news organizations ignoring the "trespasses of the Islamist-infiltrated Syrian rebel militia," those who are closely following events unfolding in Syria are concerned over the use of WMD by the rebels.
Jun 5, 2013 - 12:05:17 AM
Former Michigan Supreme Court Justice imprisoned for fraud
A bank fraud suspect who once sat on the bench of the highest court in the state of Michigan will be spending the next year of her life behind bars, the U.S. Attorney's office reported on Tuesday. Diane M. Hathaway, a former Michigan Supreme Court Justice, was sentenced Tuesday to one year and one day in federal prison after having pleaded guilty in January to committing bank fraud in connection with a property in Grosse Pointe Park, Mich.
May 31, 2013 - 12:43:35 AM
Epidemic of terrorist bombings plague Iraq
While no group has claimed credit for the numerous attacks, officials in Iraq believe the improvised explosive devices were built, planted and detonated by al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQII) who are responsible for numerous attacks against the struggling post-Saddam Hussein government. These latest car bomb attacks followed two bombings in the afternoon in the capital. One car bomb went off in downtown Baghdad, killing upwards of six people and wounding another 14, while a car bomb was detonated near al-Samarrai mosque in the southern part of the Baghdad, killing one civilian and injuring nine.
May 29, 2013 - 2:26:53 AM
Nigerians who killed U.K. soldier believed affiliated with Boko Haram
The United Kingdom's world-renowned law enforcement agency, Scotland Yard reported on Thursday that two more suspected Nigerian terrorists were arrested by inspectors investigating the hacking death of a British soldier, Lee Rigby, in London by two suspects yelling "Allahu Akbar."
May 24, 2013 - 9:34:13 AM