KARACHI, Pakistan - The streets of Pakistan's largest city were mostly quiet Friday as police stepped up patrols to prevent more violence after twin suicide attacks at a Sufi shrine sparked angry mobs to rampage through the southern Pakistani city.
LAS VEGAS - U.S. Senate candidate Sharron Angle told a crowd of supporters that the country needs to address a "militant terrorist situation" that has allowed Islamic religious law to take hold in some American cities.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama signed a pair of intelligence bills into law Thursday to improve oversight of sensitive spy operations and reduce the amount of threat information that is classified and kept from state and local authorities as a result.
WASHINGTON - Nearly a year after a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, Texas, the Pentagon is taking new steps to beef up security and surveillance programs at its bases, and will join an FBI intelligence-sharing program aimed at identifying future terror threats, U.S.
SAN'A, Yemen - A rocket attack on Wednesday damaged a British diplomatic car in the capital San'a, wounding three bystanders and an embassy staffer, a Yemeni and British officials said.
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- Officials: Suicide bomber kills 4 in NW Pakistan
- Officials: Suicide bombers kill 4 in NW Pakistan
- Guantanamo prison may have to stay open until 2011
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- Suicide bomber kills 3 near NW Pakistan press club
- Iraq: bomb kills 4 in northern city
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- Insurgents fire mortars on Somali police, 13 dead
- Insurgents fire mortars on Somali police force
- Feds: Arrests in Africa link al-Qaida and drugs
- Feds: Arrests in Africa link al-Qaida, drugs
- 3 Al-Qaida suspects charged in African drug case
- Suicide bomber near Pakistan mosque kills 10
- Yemen claims 34 killed in raid on Qaida hide-outs
- Judge: Gangs more deadly than some Gitmo detainees
- Yemen raids al-Qaida hide-outs, kills at least 34
- Pakistan officials: Suspected US missiles kill 2
- Pakistan's president under pressure to step down
- UN tackles problems with terror sanctions
- DHS made improper intel report on Nation of Islam
- Swiss say they will accept 1 Guantanamo detainee
- British premier says Livni welcome
- Chicago judge denies bond for terrorism suspect
- For Westerners, it's not easy to join the Taliban
- Ill. prison to get Gitmo detainees
- Gitmo detainees not free in US after prison
- Explosions in 2 major Iraq cities kill 9 people
- Afghan official: 8 killed in suicide bombing
- Officials: Bomb attacks in north Iraq city kill 4
- Explosions rock downtown Baghdad, killing 5
- AP sources: Ill prison to get some Gitmo detainees