Hundreds of Syrian fighters and an undisclosed number of U.S. Special Operations forces launched a large-scale heliborne assault on ISIS.
Possible intelligence breaches: Trade shows have become open venues for industrial spying by unfriendly nations seeking U.S. technology.
A former CIA officer was jailed this week by Portuguese authorities and expects to be extradited within days to Italy, where she faces four years in prison for her role in the kidnapping of a terrorism suspect in Milan 14 years ago.
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden on Wednesday thanked supporters who launched a campaign for his pardon.
In November 1971, a man going by the name of D.B. Cooper hijacked a commercial plane and parachuted from it carrying $200,000 cash – never to be seen again.
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A car bomb apparently linked to the Islamic State exploded in a crowded market in mostly Shiite eastern Baghdad on Wednesday, killing dozens in the deadliest attack in the Iraqi capital for months.
A U.S. government delegation is in Belgium to promote greater intelligence-sharing by Belgian and European authorities in the wake of the March suicide bombings that killed 32 victims here, the group's members said Tuesday.