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US intelligence and counterterrorism officials expressed concern that al Qaeda's central command is trying to establish bases and recruit fighters in Syria for attacks against the West. US military officials said North Korea has the capacity to fire missiles on short notice and the US lacks assets to conduct amphibious operations in the Pacific. In the wake of Russia's annexation of Crimea, President Obama called Russia "a regional power" and dismissed allegations that a perceived US retreat abroad had emboldened Russia. Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, a bin Laden son-in-law and al Qaeda propagandist, was convicted of supporting al Qaeda and conspiring to kill Americans.




Lawmakers bash Obama administration's 'delusional' Syria policy




Qaeda Militants Seek Syria Base, US Officials Say




Russia Warned U.S. About Tsarnaev, But Spelling Issue Let Him Escape




Saudi clerics decry "blasphemous" cartoon series




World leaders urge more action to prevent nuclear terrorism




Textbook Diplomacy: Why the State Department Shelved a Study on Incitement in Saudi Education Materials




Afghans Who Helped the US Fear That Time for Visas Has Run Out




Iranian Ship, in Plain View but Shrouded in Mystery, Looks Very Familiar to US




Defying allies, Qatar unlikely to abandon Syria rebels




Syrian opposition leader denies being a war profiteer




At Trial, Son-in-Law Recalls a Cave Meeting With Bin Laden on 9/11




Pakistani officials reject claims of ISI handling bin Laden




Latest Report Of Umarov's Death Leaves Details Unclear




Exclusive: The mysterious journey of the Libya oil tanker




'American' jihadist in Syria pictured with dangerous ISIS commanders

Abu Muhammad al Amriki is seen posing in photographs with a violent local ISIS commander known as Abu Abdurahman al Iraqi and Omar al Shishani, a Chechen leader.


Afghan police payroll under scrutiny from US watchdog




Report: Pentagon Must Focus On Insider Threat




As search for Malaysian plane continues, the Pentagon showcases presence in the Pacific




The US closed the Syrian Embassy and its two US consulates. Mohammad Hamdan of Dearborn, Mich. was arrested for trying to join Hezbollah in Syria. Nicholas Teausant, 20, a California student and National Guard member, was arrested in Washington near the Canadian border and charged with attempting to support a terrorist organization; he sought to join the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham in Syria. The US yesterday announced sanctions against seven Russian and four Ukrainian officials for their alleged roles in the Crimean crisis; the White House today declined to respond to Russian President Vladimir Putin's decree recognizing Crimea as independent of Ukraine. Secretary of State Kerry said Daniel Rubinstein would replace Robert Ford, who retired in February, as the US envoy to the Syrian opposition.