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US Court Case Tests Israeli Resolve




Interview: Taliban Spokesman Says Qatar Office Marks Beginning Of Political Track




US Talks with Taliban in Doha Mark Capitulation in Afghanistan




How Qatar came to host the Taliban




Western and Arab allies try to coordinate Syria rebel aid




The government filed criminal charges against Edward Snowden, who leaked top-secret information about NSA surveillance programs, and asked Hong Kong to detain him. Reports have emerged that the CIA and US special operations forces have been training Syrian rebels in Turkey and Jordan since November. The US is considering supplying antitank weapons to the rebels.




US charges Snowden with espionage




NYPD expands surveillance net to fight crime as well as terrorism




US secretly providing training for Syrian rebels




In Syrian chemical weapons claim, criticism about lack of transparency




Judicial Watch obtains State Dept. images of Benghazi terror attack




Utah soldier finally awarded Bronze Star for service in Iraq




The Opening of the Taleban Office in Qatar: A Propaganda Coup and an Angry Government




Taliban want release of 5 al Qaeda-linked commanders in exchange for captured US soldier

The Taliban are using their office in Qatar to further their political standing in the international community as well as negotiate the release of al Qaeda-linked leaders.


Taliban Qatar office hints at possibility of ceasefire




Fort Hood shooting: Long-delayed trial of Hasan set for July




Assessments contradict President's al Qaeda claim




Secretary of State Kerry said Afghan President Hamid Karzai's concerns were justifiable after he pulled out of planned peace talks with the Taliban. Former investigators of the 1996 crash of TWA Flight 800 off the coast of New York want to reopen the case as new evidence suggests the cause may have been a missile strike, not malfunctioning equipment. FBI Director Mueller acknowledged that the agency uses some drones for surveillance in the US. The FBI offered a reward for information about the 2008 bombing of a military recruiting station in Times Square.




How the NSA's High-Tech Surveillance Helped Europeans Catch Terrorists




Why Kerry Wants to Strike Syria