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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 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.
When failed Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad pled guilty last week, his courtroom tirade provided yet another reminder that the foe we face has just as much hostility for President Obama's America as it did President Bush's.
Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, facing 13 counts of premeditated murder, made his first in-person court appearance Tuesday, before military judge Col. James Pohl and won a request to delay the trial for four months.
Saying they feared a possible government cover-up, two senators issued subpoenas Monday to two of President Obama's Cabinet secretaries, ordering them to turn over documents related to the fatal shootings at Fort Hood, Texas, last year.
Military officials lodged charges Thursday that could bring the death penalty to accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, as President Obama ordered a review of the case to see whether authorities missed signs that may have prevented the massacre.