A car bomb apparently linked to the Islamic State exploded in a crowded market in mostly Shiite eastern Baghdad on Wednesday, killing dozens in the deadliest attack in the Iraqi capital for months.
A U.S. government delegation is in Belgium to promote greater intelligence-sharing by Belgian and European authorities in the wake of the March suicide bombings that killed 32 victims here, the group's members said Tuesday.
Like the military and many other highly technical professions, the world of intelligence loves acronyms. LPTA is one of them.
Edward Snowden told an audience of supporters that he is willing to be extradited to the U.S. if the federal government would guarantee him a fair trial.
Terrorists attacked and seized scores of hostages in a luxury hotel in the Mali capital of Bamako on Friday.
Approximately 170 guests may have been taken hostage, according to CNN’s Mali hotel attack report, and that there are no more hostages inside the hotel.
Frank Kendall, the Pentagon’s third-highest official, issued a muddled pronouncement on the dangers associated with mergers between big military contractors.