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The father of a U.S.-Yemeni citizen known as al Qaeda's top English-language Internet recruiter is fighting to have his son removed from a list of potential targets for kill or capture by the CIA or the U.S. military, and two prominent civil liberties groups want to do his bidding in court.
A Virginia man known for posting an online warning to the creators of "South Park" that they risked death by mocking the Prophet Muhammad was arrested Wednesday and charged with offering himself as a fighter to a Somali terror group linked to al Qaeda.
A U.S.-born, al Qaeda-linked cleric, in a message appearing Monday on militant websites, warned the American people that President Obama will mire U.S. forces in Yemen just as Afghanistan.
The Obama administration added the U.S.-born, al Qaeda-linked cleric accused of helping to plan the failed Christmas Day airline bombing to a terrorism blacklist Friday, targeting him with sanctions aimed at cutting off his financial support.
A number of Americans have traveled to Somalia to join up with al Shabab as well as al Qaeda, according to a senior U.S. administration official.
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The U.S.-born Yemeni cleric known for inspiring Muslim attacks against America had a "direct operational role" in the Christmas Day airliner bomb plot and would be a legitimate target for U.S. intelligence agencies, a top U.S. counterintelligence official says.
The president's most senior adviser on counterterrorism and homeland security says in an exclusive interview that citizens who pose a threat to the country are being tracked.
During questioning before the House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, a visibly nervous Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. tried valiantly not to utter the expression "radical Islam." The twisting began when Rep. Lamar Smith, Texas Republican, asked whether the men behind three recent terrorist incidents - the Fort Hood massacre, the Christmas Day bombing attempt and the Time Square bombing attempt - "might have been incited to take the actions that they did because of radical Islam."