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Tamerlan Tsarnaev vowed to die for Islam

U.S. Sees No Conclusive Evidence of Chemical Arms Use by Syria

2 US Agencies Added Boston Bomb Suspect to Watch Lists

Why did the IDF's top analyst drop his Syria WMD bombshell?

Canada terror suspect grew more radical

FARC links with Al-Qaeda?

Mystery Swirls Around Boston Bombing Suspect's Trip To Daghestan

UN official blames Boston Marathon bombings on American 'domination'

Secretary of State Kerry asked NATO to consider its preparedness regarding Syria's chemical weapons. The Treasury Department designated two Lebanese financial institutions as criminal enterprises, accusing them of money laundering for Hezbollah. Charges against a man suspected of sending ricin to the White House and the Senate were dropped; he believes he was framed. The so-called Syrian Electronic Army briefly hacked the Twitter account of the Associated Press with a false report that President Obama had been injured.

NYPD's Ray Kelly: Boston Bombers Represent New Jihadist Threat

Boston Attack Sped Canada Arrests

Bomb suspect influenced by mysterious radical

Boston suspect: We learned how to make bombs from Inspire magazine

Boston bomb suspect: My brother was the mastermind

Charges were filed in federal court in Massachusetts against Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. As a US citizen, he will not be tried in a military tribunal. He was given Miranda warnings, and could face the death penalty. The US agreed to an arms sale with Israel. Federal officials postponed implementation of a policy change that would allow small knives on planes.

Qatar is focus as US weighs concerns about arming Syrian extremists

Why the FBI Didn't Make Much of Russia's Request to Probe Boston Bomber

Boston's Jihadist Past

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a surviving suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, was reportedly captured on video placing a bomb; authorities are investigating the Tsarnaev brothers' possible links to Islamic extremist groups. US citizen Abdella Ahmad Tounisi was arrested at O'Hare airport as he attempted to fly to the Middle East to join the al Qaeda-linked Al Nusrah Front. Tounisi, from Aurora, Ill., is an associate of Adel Daoud, who tried to detonate a bomb in Chicago in September 2012.

Pilgrim in Violent Land, Suspect Found Comfort in Dagestan