Dangerous Chemicals Could Be Released By Seaport Hacks

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ethan Barton
The two bodies of suspected illegal Indonesian immigrants are seen inside a Malaysian Port Police boat during a search and rescue with the Malaysia Maritime in Kuala Langat outside Kuala Lumpur, off Malaysia's western coast, June 18, 2014. REUTERS/Samsul Said

A cyber attack on American seaports ‘could potentially allow the release of harmful and dangerous chemicals’

Marcus Luttrell To Terrorists: 'I Cower To No One'

Politics | Philip DeVoe

‘Don’t ever confuse me for my politicians or my media- I am an American, free born, and free bred’

Kenya Retaliates With Airstrikes Against Islamists Who Massacred Christians

World | Reuters
A policeman controls issued orders to his juniors when people rescued from the Garissa University attack meet their relatives at Nyayo stadium in Nairobi

Kenyan air force attacks two al-Shabaab camps in Somalia

DNI Report: The Numbers Don't Lie, More Gitmo Releases Equals More Terror

Daily Caller News Foundation | Jonah Bennett
File photo of detainees sitting in a holding area at Naval Base Guantanamo Bay

‘We assess that some detainees currently at GTMO will seek to reengage’

This High School Might As Well Change Its Name To 'Jihadi High'

Education | Eric Owens

Two dead American terrorists from the same school

MSNBC Host Calls ISIS 'So-Called Terrorist Forces'

Video | Brendan Bordelon

ISIS has beheaded, burnt and crucified its way through northern Iraq

CNN's Candy Crowley Grills Susan Rice: 'Point Blank, Did The US Negotiate With Terrorists?'

Video | Brendan Bordelon

Dodge: ‘We actually negotiated with the government of Qatar’

American Suicide Bomber Was A Creepy Cat Lover Who Liked Eggo Waffles

World | Eric Owens

‘May Allah accept him’

Afghan terrorist turns himself in for $100 reward - TheDC

World | Alex Myers
Mohammad Ashan

Mohammed Ashan walked right up to a poster with his face on it and demanded the finders fee

Former NYSE CEO Dick Grasso reflects on 9/11 - AP

Business | admin
Wall Street

It was 8:46 a.m. and Wall Street was almost ready for business when the first plane hit the World Trade Center a decade ago

The Red Eye Podcast: Get Rich and Die Trying to Save Julia Roberts from Terrorists - TheDC

Entertainment | Vince Coglianese

Andy looks at apartments that don’t have bathrooms, while Greg would rather go out in the woods

Dem: Negotiating with GOP like negotiating with 'terrorists' - ABC

Politics | Chad Brady (admin)

Sen. Bob Menendez lashes out at Republicans for opposing Democratic efforts to extend only some Bush tax cuts

Comedy Central developing Jesus Christ cartoon - THR

Entertainment | interns

Not just an episode, an entire animated series

New gun laws proposed after Times Square scare - Washington Times

Politics | interns

NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, others urge Congress to pass legislation to keep known terrorists from buying guns in the US

Bloomberg: U.S. has 'terror gap' in gun laws - WAPO

US | interns

New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg told a Senate panel Wednesday that he strongly supports congressional efforts to close a “terror gap” in the nation’s gun laws

Nelson defects from Dems - again - The Hill

Politics | AJ

Democratic Sen. Ben Nelson joined a bipartisan effort on Wednesday to block the administration from trying the Sept. 11th suspects in civilian courts

Obama, Beyonce and Gaddafi: Too close for comfort

Opinion | Jason Killian Meath

In December 2008, American superstar Mariah Carey was en route to the luxorious island paradise St. Barths to meet members of the Gaddafi family, known supporters of terrorism. She was paid by Muammar al-Gaddafi’s son Saif al-Islam, who laid down 1 million for the singer to perform at his New Year’s Eve Party. Less than 20 days later, Carey would take a Washington, D.C. stage to serenade President Barack Obama with her hit “Hero” as the new U.S. president stood before the world with his wife at the Presidential Inauguration.