A US commander in Afghanistan apparently sent "inappropriate" emails to a woman linked to the sex scandal involving ex-CIA director David Petraeus.
The plot surrounding the shock resignation of CIA chief David Petraeus thickened on Sunday.
The man ordered by al-Qaeda's Yemen branch to blow up an airplane was apparently a US agent who infiltrated the group and volunteered for the attacks.
Nearly a year after a US raid killed Osama bin Laden, his core al-Qaeda network in Pakistan is "essentially gone" say US intelligence officials.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that Israel is ready to act with "great force" in response to a spate of rocket fire by Gaza militants.
The defence chiefs of the United States and China on Monday sought to play down a growing military rivalry between the two countries.
The Pentagon, in a report to Congress, said insurgent violence was on the rise across Afghanistan.
United States officials say they have created their own version of the Wikipedia online encyclopedia for intelligence agents, in a bid to encourage US spy agencies to share information and transcend bureaucratic rivalries. Intellipedia allows analysts and officials from a range of agencies to add and edit content on intelligence topics in a collaborative manner through a classified internal web.
Playing heavy metal in Iran has its complications. The bassist for Kahtmayan says he has to plead with the audience not to dance when his band performs. The ayatollahs do allow heavy metal bands in Iran, but they don't allow anyone to dance, as Dan de Luce reports.
A Canadian teenager accused of killing a United States soldier in Afghanistan said on Wednesday he would boycott his "war on terror" trial before a US military tribunal after he was placed in solitary confinement at the Guantánamo detention camp.