NEWS & ANALYSIS

White House Says War on Drugs Working

Antidrug chief says the increase in price of cocaine is evidence the U.S. strategy is working.

Survey: Downloading Music Top Threat, Say IT Managers

Despite the risk of employees downloading music, most companies don't block that activity.

Mukasey Wins Approval

The new attorney general will replace Alberto R. Gonzales who left the post in August.

Congress Probes the Terrorist Watch List

Government investigators recommend strengthening the quality of the watch list data and its redress system.

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FBI: al Qaeda May Launch Holiday Assault Against Shopping Malls

The warning identifies shopping malls in Los Angeles and Chicago as targets.

Terrorist Prison Population to Explode in England and Wales

Prison officials say new high-security prisons will need to be built if estimates are correct.

Insecurity at O'Hare

Twenty-eight illegal aliens have been arrested for using fake security-IDs to access restricted areas at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.

Cost of War on Terrorism Should Not Be Hidden

The GAO tells the Pentagon to stop using emergency requests to fund "the long war."

The Jihad Online

Jihadist terrorists are leveraging the Internet like never before to communicate, radicalize, recruit, finance, and train, according to testimony before a congressional subcommittee.

Afghanistan: The Forgotten Front

A report out this week on the deterioration of the Afghanistan situation and the strengthening of the Taliban and al Qaeda coincides with the country's deadliest suicide attack since the overthrow of the Taliban.
 




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