Kurt Nimmo | Establishment media sources base conclusions on information by CIA’s FSA and terror organizations al-Nusra and al-Qaeda.
RT | Rusbridger called ports and airport transit lounges a “stateless bit of Britain,” where a government can use the word “terror” to “suspend all the normal rules.”
cpflorida.com | Reagan election team negotiated with the Iranian government.
Ian Black | 25 conscripts executed in Sinai desert after days of bloodshed in which hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters have died
Jack D. Douglas | An immense, exploding cauldron of rage against the puppets and the imperialists.
truth-out.org | A troubling indicator of something going deeply wrong in America.
debka.com | Saudi Arabia and the UAR stand firmly behind Egypt’s military strongman Gen. Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi.
theepochtimes.com | U.K. experts said there is evidence that al-Qaeda could go after flights out of London.
CBS D.C. | America cannot determine the future of Egypt, that’s a task for the Egyptian people.”
Kurt Nimmo | Ramped up propaganda effort to get you to love NSA surveillance.
James Petras | Entire terror conspiracy propaganda blitz based on the flimsiest sources imaginable.
Julie Wilson | State and local governments continue to beef up their response teams, expending millions in the process.
Phil Greaves | Administration makes zealous attempt to stifle any debate or serious questioning of the events that surround Benghazi.
Ron Paul | Most Americans are probably unaware that over the past two weeks the US has launched at least eight drone attacks in Yemen, in which dozens have been killed.
RT | Military officials refuse to comment on specific drone attacks or casualty numbers.
Reuters | Bomb threats only cause full evacuations a couple of times a year.
The Daily Mail | All diplomats were ordered to evacuate Thursday except for a few emergency personnel.
L.A. Times | If convicted, Kadyrbayev and Tazhayakov, both 19, face up to 20 years in prison on the obstruction of justice count and up to five years in prison on the conspiracy count.
L.A. Times | Drone strikes, apparently by the U.S., have risen sharply in recent days.
The Weekly Standard | “The odds of dying in a terrorist attack are a lot lower than they are of dying in a car accident, unfortunately.”
news.firedoglake.com | Are the American people the real enemy in the War On Terror?
Haaretz | Brainchild of “master bombmaker,” who was on the Yemeni government’s 25 “most wanted terrorist” list.
Infowars | “Look to your left. Look to your right. Both of those people could be terrorists.”
newsmax.com | Obama’s statements on al-Qaida’s abilities have become “schizophrenic.”
security.blogs.cnn.com | Official declined to identify the units or their locations because of the sensitive nature of the information.
White House Dossier | Obama is scheduled to appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno this evening in California, and the topic is sure to come up.
Washington’s Blog | No, the New Terror Threat Doesn’t Justify Mass Spying on Americans.
online.wsj.com | Process accelerated by turmoil of Arab Spring.
ABC News | “We are concerned about surgically implanted devices.”
WND | Sochi threat from militants in Islamist provinces high.
Infowars.com | The fearmongering ‘terror alert’ is nothing more than theater to distract from Benghazi.
cnn.com | U.S. has information al-Qaeda in Yemen was in final stages of planning for an unspecified attack.
BBC.co.uk | Pledges to end drone strikes against militants “very, very soon.”
Reuters | Chairman of House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee said al-Qaeda behind threat.
L.A. Times | Evidence points to pituitary problems in victims of blast-related brain injuries — the defining wounds of the U.S.’ recent wars.
RT | Heavily armed Taliban fighters freed some 300 inmates from a large prison in Pakistan in a massive midnight attack.
Press TV | Afghan security forces confiscated weapons and ammunition from the militants, the statement noted.
Peter Dale Scott | Constitutional practices have been overshadowed by a series of emergency measures to fight terrorism.
Press TV | | At least five people have been killed in an attack by a US assassination drone in northwestern Pakistan.
NY Post | Museum’s creative director, among others, thought photograph too kitschy and “rah-rah America.”
Reuters | First such transfer to another country in nearly a year.
L.A. Times | 50% approve and 44% disapprove.
The Telegraph | “The Edward Snowden scandal shows us that Europe needs its own autonomous security capabilities.”
Times of Israel | “I paid a military security price every day as the commander of CentCom.”
WND | “In my mind at that point, we were no longer in a response to an attack. We were in a recovery.”
freebeacon.com | CIA “repeatedly blocked” the departure of a security team that was ready “within minutes” to respond to Sept. 11, 2012, terror attacks.
jpost.com | Suicide bombers drove cars packed with explosives to the gates of the prison.
NBC | The government is expanding the ways airline passengers can enroll in expedited screening programs.
WND | “The Obama administration’s unprecedented stonewalling on basic information about the bin Laden operation makes a mockery of President Obama’s promises of transparency.”
The Washington Post | Lady and other defendants in the case left Italy before the trial but were convicted in absentia.