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FBI probing fake documents targeting Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign

Investigators have also asked Democratic Party officials to provide copies of other suspected faked documents that have been circulating.

Little evidence of terror as search for missing Malaysia flight widens

The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines flight continues into its fourth day as authorities find scant evidence of a terror attack on the plane.

FBI interviewed Boston bombing suspect in 2011

The FBI interviewed suspected Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev in early 2011, following a tip off that he was 'a follower of radical Islam'.

Boston bombing suspect seen on video – US police

Investigators spotted a Boston Marathon bombing suspect on security video footage taken before two blasts went off, says a law enforcement source.

Bin Laden no ‘puppet master’

New documents show that Osama bin Laden was not the "puppet master" of jihadi groups around the world and complained of what he called "incompetence".

Drone strike ends long hunt for US-born Al-Awlaki

President Barack Obama on Friday hailed the drone strike on Anwar al-Awlaki as "another significant milestone" in efforts to defeat al-Qaeda.

Assange grumbles about unofficial ‘autobiography’

A dispute between Julian Assange and a publisher has prompted the WikiLeaks frontman to make public some of his own secrets.

Did Andy Coulson know about bribes?

Investigators have records corroborating suspicions that former <i>News of the World</i> editor Andy Coulson knew about illegal payments to police.

Pakistan not part of Bin Laden operation

Pakistan's president acknowledged for the first time on Tuesday that his security forces were left out of a US operation to kill Osama bin Laden.

World on alert after US kills Bin Laden

World leaders hailed Osama bin Laden's death but the euphoria is tempered by fears of retaliation and warnings of the need for renewed vigilance.

US slaps new sanctions on Syria over crackdown

The United States slapped sanctions on Syria's intelligence agency and two relatives of President Bashar al-Assad on Friday.

In cyberspy vs cyberspy, China has the edge

Many experts believe China may have gained the upper hand in cyberspying over the United States.

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