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    1. U.S. authorities took rare action Monday to strip U.S. citizenship from a man convicted in 2003 of terrorism-related charges related to an al Qaeda plan to destroy the Brooklyn Bridge. The Justice ...

    2. Only in the past year or so did it shift to include posts on ISIS, photos of the smoking World Trade Center, videos of extremist preacher Anwar al-Awlaki, and condemnations of the U.S ...

    3. From Yemen to Syria to here in Central Africa, the Trump administration is relying on special operations forces to intensify its promised fight against the Islamic State group and other terrorist ...

    4. Half an hour had passed on the ground, but the American commandos raiding Osama bin Laden’s Pakistani hideaway had yet to find their long-sought target. Two of bin Laden’s protectors ...

    5. From Yemen to Syria to here in Central Africa, the Trump administration is relying on special operations forces to intensify its promised fight against the Islamic State group and other terrorist ...

    6. The Italian Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the 2009 convictions of 23 Americans whom a lower court convicted in absentia of kidnapping a terrorist suspect in Milan in 2003. It's unlikely ...

    7. Admitted al-Qaida operative Ibrahim Suleiman Adnan Harun is just the type of "bad dude" that Donald Trump has said should be locked up at Guantanamo Bay.

    8. Just 6 days after president-elect Donald Trump for the end of all detainee releases from the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, saying in a tweet that those who remain are "extremely dangerous ...

    9. For one big reason San Francisco stands out among the 500 cities that have declared themselves sanctuaries for illegal aliens. Others content themselves by refusing to cooperate with federal ...

    10. The personal injury and wrongful death suit, filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, portrays Saudi Arabia as a vital player in funding al-Qaida from start to finish in the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

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