WASHINGTON — Newly released documents show the FBI interviewed a
naked, chained terror suspect back in 2002 as the bureau struggled
with the CIA over how to treat high- value prisoners.
NAJAF, Iraq — The graves stretch some 10 miles into the desert,
in what may be the largest cemetery in the world.
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran put off until next week a formal response to
a U.N.-backed plan to ship much of its uranium to Russia for
enrichment, the country's nuclear envoy said Friday.
A 23-year-old man and an unidentified woman were found dead
Wednesday evening at a north-side apartment complex, police
BAGHDAD — Iraq's government said at least 85,000 Iraqis were
killed from 2004 to 2008, officially answering one of the biggest
questions of the conflict — how many perished in the sectarian
violence that nearly led to a civil war.
ST. LOUIS — The Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson attacked the
bid by Rush Limbaugh to buy the St. Louis Rams on Monday, saying
the conservative radio host's track record on race should exclude
him from owning an NFL team.
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea test-fired five short-range
missiles Monday, reports noted, in what analysts said was an
attempt to improve its bargaining position ahead of possible talks
with the United States.
NEW YORK — It was midsummer in suburban Denver when an
unassuming, bearded man pushed a red shopping cart between shelves
stacked with hair coloring and nail polish remover.
DENVER — An Afghan immigrant was on the verge of unleashing a
terrorist attack on New York City on the 9/11 anniversary but was
scared off after drawing suspicion from police, prosecutors said
Friday as they provided new details about how far along the plot
DENVER — Counterterrorism officials are warning mass transit
systems around the nation to step up patrols because of fears an
Afghanistan-born immigrant under arrest in Colorado may have been
plotting with others to detonate backpack bombs aboard New York