Military: Service Member Killed, 3 Others Wounded In Yemen Raid Targeting al-QaidaOfficials say thew fatality marks the first-known combat death of a member of the U.S. military under President Donald Trump.
Saudi Arabia: No Evidence Its Agents Helped In 9/11 AttacksSaudi Arabia's lawyers urged the judge to dismiss the claims, saying the lawyers for the victims' families "have had enough chances to make their case.''
Saudi Man Convicted Of Conspiracy In '98 US Embassy BombingsA New York City federal jury returned the verdict Thursday in the case against Khaled al-Fawwaz. The monthlong trial delved into al Qaeda's early days.
NYPD Takes 'Precautionary Measures' Following Threat Against U.S. Shopping MallsA video released over the weekend urged Muslims to attack shopping malls in the U.S., Canada, Britain and other Western countries.
2 Yemeni Men Charged In U.S. For Joining Al-Qaida To Attack American ForcesProsecutors in New York say Saddiq Al-Abbadi and Ali Alvi were captured in Saudi Arabia before being brought to the United States.
Wife: Libyan On Trial For U.S. Embassy Bombings, Abu Anas al-Libi, DiesThe wife of a Libyan accused of being an al-Qaida member involved in the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa says he has died of complications from liver surgery.
Suspect In 1998 Embassy Bombings, Adel Abdul Bary, Pleads Guilty To Lesser ChargesAn Egyptian lawyer pleaded guilty on Friday to lesser charges in the 1998 plot to bomb U.S. embassies in Africa as part of a deal that would greatly reduce his sentence.
Federal Prosecutors Seek 25-Year Sentence In Connecticut Terror CaseAccording to court papers filed this week, prosecutors said Babar Ahmad supported Chechen fighters, the Taliban and al-Qaida with websites that sought cash, military equipment and personnel.
Saudi Arabia Restored As Defendant In 9/11 LawsuitsA federal appeals court reinstated Saudi Arabia as a defendant Thursday in lawsuits claiming it had provided support to al-Qaida prior to the Sept. 11 attacks.
Judge Allows Comments By Bin Laden's Spokesman In TrialStatements Osama bin Laden's son-in-law made to U.S. authorities when he was brought to the United States earlier this year can be used against him at a terrorism trial next year, a federal judge said Tuesday.
Anti-American Violence, Protests Spread From Asia To AfricaWith violent protests sweeping through some 20 countries, it was a grim President Obama who went to Andrews Air Force Base to accept the remains of former Libyan Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the three other Americans.
CIA Thwarts New Al-Qaida Underwear Bomb PlotThe plot is said to have involved an upgrade of the underwear bomb that failed to detonate aboard a jetliner over Detroit on Christmas 2009.