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Adam Housley

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February 21, 2011

11:17 AM

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Hezbollah Working with Cartels

As if the threat of deadly drug cartels in Mexico wasn't enough, some of them are joining forces with Middle East terror groups. "Hezbollah are absolute masters at identifying existing smuggling infrastructures," says former DEA Chief of Operations Mike Braun, adding that the group "is developing relations with those responsible for operating those smuggling operations and then forming ... read more


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Alicia Acuna

February 14, 2011 1:44 PM

Plants Detect Bombs By Changing Color

  A scientist at Colorado State University has developed a way to make every day plants one of the first lines of defense in the war on terror. The plants won't change before your eyes, yet, but lab work being done right now makes green plants turn white if they detect explosive, biological or chemical weapons in their environment. Looking to potential future uses, one ... read more



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Mike Tobin

February 1, 2011 9:11 AM

King Abdullah Fires His Cabinet Ahead of Demos

In the morning, Deputy Prime Minister Ayman Safadi told me that King Abdullah is very proactive about the reforms his citizens want. Before the sun set, Safadi confirmed he was out of a job. “I’m going to have a drink,” he said jokingly. As King Abdullah accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Samir Rifai, 31 cabinet ministers were fired. Safadi insisted ... read more



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Mike Tobin

January 31, 2011 2:42 PM

A Secular Revolution, for now…

Call them a ray of hope or a descent into anarchy, the popular uprisings are spreading across the Arab world like a prairie fire.  Existing under the heavy hand of totalitarian rule, common ... read more



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David Lee Miller

January 25, 2011 3:10 PM

Life Sentencing for First Gitmo Trial

The first Guantanomo Bay detainee to be tried in a civilian court was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole. Ahmed Ghailani convicted in connection with the 1998 bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania turned down the opportunity to address the court. Last month Ghailani was found guilty of conspiracy to destroy government property but ... read more



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Rick Leventhal

January 19, 2011 10:19 AM

Garbage Collectors as Crime Stoppers?

It might seem like common sense.  If the driver of a trash truck spots a crime in progress along his route, or a little kid lost, or smoke pouring out of a window, he calls 9-1-1, right? Most probably would, but some might mind their own business, which is part of the reason why the mammoth trash collection and environmental disposal company Waste Managment came up ... read more



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Greg Palkot

January 15, 2011 7:02 AM

New US Reality in Tunisia

LONDON Tunisia is one of those good news/bad news stories for US foreign policy. On the face of it, it’s great.    Young, educated people, rising up against a long-entrenched authoritarian ruler.   Demanding a more fair economy and a more transparent democracy.  For the most part, until threatened, doing it in a peaceful manner. Remarkably against all odds ... read more



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Dominic Di-Natale

January 6, 2011 6:13 AM

U.S. “exclusion” from Taliban peace talks

| BRIEFING | Islamabad, Jan 06, 2011 | Pakistan and Afghanistan have reportedly agreed to find a joint method to negotiate directly with the Taliban – one that would exclude the U.S. from the discussions. This pact will not sit well with the U.S. State Department, which thinks the timing is too premature for negotiations with the Taliban. It would rather continue to ... read more



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Dominic Di-Natale

January 5, 2011 5:43 AM

Pak’s big step closer to destabilization

| ANALYSIS | ISLAMABAD, Jan 05, 2011 | The burial of Punjab provincial governor Salman Taseer took place this afternoon in Lahore, the home city of Pakistan's champion of liberalism. Thousands of police remain on high alert around the country. Tension will remain high over the coming days, with potential for further civil unrest countrywide as various factions will ... read more



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Mike Levine

December 23, 2010 7:29 PM

Feds Watch For More Than Food-Borne Attack

  [/caption]   Federal authorities believe a food-borne attack on the U.S. homeland is unlikely, but they are still urging businesses and local law enforcement to keep watch for such an attack and a smorgasbord of other poison-based threats, including the possible contamination of skin products or even handrails at public places, according to documents obtained ... read more



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Mike Levine

December 21, 2010 12:41 AM

AQAP Looking To Attack U.S. Food Supply?

windows 8 professional 64-bitp>  [/caption]   The group behind last year’s failed Christmas Day bombing and the recent attempt to send two explosives-laden packages to the United States wants to attack U.S. food supplies, but U.S. authorities don't believe the group has the capability to do so, Fox News has learned. A source with knowledge of the situation said ... read more