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TALIBAN supreme leader Mullah Omar says the exchange of five Guantanamo Bay inmates for US soldier Bowe Bergdahl was a spectacular achievement.
I have to claim responsibility for the newest parody that's now starring as president of the United States on TVs everywhere.
House Republicans are set to open another front next week in their efforts to publicly repudiate President Obama - this time for his decision in May to exchange five Taliban prisoners from Guantanamo Bay for Army Sgt.
The United States has cleared the release of a Kuwaiti man held at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for more than 12 years because of his suspected links to terrorism.
11 attack should be tried separately from his co-defendants. Army Col. James Pohl says Thursday's ruling that Ramzi Binalshibh should get a separate war crimes trial because legal issues that apply only to him have prevented the case from moving forward against the other defendants.
Grand Rapids-area businessman Brian Ellis has mounted a fierce Republican primary challenge against U.S. Rep. Justin Amash, portraying the maverick congressman's unpredictable voting pattern as "bizarre" and out of touch with 3rd Congressional District voters.
The 9th Circuit's ruling is significant, as it marks the first time a federal court has ever issued a stay of execution based on the issue of drug secrecy.
Immediately after a Hamas military spokesperson announced the capture of an Israeli soldier this Sunday, the streets of Gaza, Hebron, Ramallah and Bethlehem erupted in fireworks and celebration.
An Idaho teen accused of brutally murdering his father and disabled younger brother has been held for more than 70 days in solitary confinement while he awaits trial.
A former Intruder pilot from Virginia assumed command Thursday of the Navy base here, home to operational commands for Europe and Africa.
In its ruling the court in Strasbourg, France, said that Poland failed to stop the "torture and inhuman or degrading treatment" of Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri and Abu Zubaydah, who were transported to Poland in 2002.
An Evansville city councilman says applicants with a dishonorable discharge from the military should not work for the Evansville Fire Department.
Omar Khadr appears in an Edmonton courtroom, Monday, Sept.23, 2013 in this artist's sketch.
Several years ago, I participated in a study of relations between Muslim-American communities and law enforcement.
President Barack Obama's poll numbers are nothing to brag about, but there's little evidence he has suffered so far this year a "Katrina moment" that caused his predecessor's numbers to plummet.
Defendants in the Marriott terror cell case in Cairo stand in cages in an Egyptian courtroom Monday, March 31, 2014, as they await their turn to speak about their request for bail.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 03:20 am
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