MIAMI — A Miami federal judge has found an elderly Muslim imam competent to stand trial on charges of helping finance the Pakistani Taliban terror group.

The military trial of a man accused in the USS Cole bombing case has been put on hold because of a dispute over whether he should appear in court.

A Canadian judge has approved extraditing to the United States an Iraqi-born Canadian citizen who the Justice Department has charged with conspiring to kill Americans abroad, including five soldiers, and with providing material support to terrorists.

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that information seized from a college student's laptop and cell phone during a rape investigation may be used at the man's trial on terrorism charges, but prosecutors say they have no plans to do so.

Prosecutors dispute whistleblower status but agree to drop charges filed under first world war-era Espionage Act

A former Navy lawyer who was convicted during a court martial in 2007 for mailing secret information about Guantanamo Bay detainees is seeking to get his law license reinstated in Kansas.

Meeting at British embassy in US raises questions about repeated denials by MI5 and MI6 of connivance in torture

Prosecutors say had police not smashed alleged terror cell, death toll would have dwarfed that of the July 2005 bombings

The Mail on Sunday today reveals shocking new evidence of the full horrific impact of US drone attacks in Pakistan.

Al Qaida Yemen number 2 denies own death

Written by CP Editor Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Accuses army of fabricating his death to cover up killing of civilians by US aircraft

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