Washington Times | Executive Director of Investigative Project on Terrorism: “This is an outright lie.”
Reuters | President Barack Obama wants to roll back some of the most controversial aspects of the U.S. “war on terror.”
presstv.ir | Whitehall sources revealed that the suspects of the London attack had cropped up in “several investigations” by MI5 in recent years.
Paul Joseph Watson | Media hyperventilates over murder of British soldier.
Tech News Daily | Modeling the flow of information in terrorist networks may help shut them down.
The Guardian | Half of Israel’s drone exports are to Europe, including a substantial number to the UK, according to a recent study.
Glenn Greenwald | Senior Obama officials tell the US Senate: the ‘war’, in limitless form, will continue for ‘at least’ another decade — or two.
The Telegraph | Al-Qaeda’s Syrian wing helps finance its activities by selling the product of Assad’s oilfields.
Washington Post | Justice Department had failed to add their new, government-issued identities to counterterrorism databases.
Andrew W. Griffin | TSA has not caught one terrorist to date.
rt.com | Pentagon official predicted the mission against al-Qaeda could continue for another two decades.
dailymail.co.uk | Warning issued from the CIA about plans for an embassy attack.
Jeff Mason | White House sought to defuse controversy over its handling of last year’s killing of four Americans in Benghazi.
Infowars.com | Someone noticed the dubious granola wrapper around 7 a.m. and notified the Seattle Police Department.
The Telegraph | Was looking for information on the Tsarnaev brothers, who are alleged to have carried out the Marathon bombings.
usnews.nbcnews.com | Pressure cooker brought into country to cook lamb.
Reuters | Establishment media pounds African war drums with Al-Qaeda threat.
RT | Part of a narcoanalytic interview to determine whether he is insane.
cbsnews.com | “I think my decisions would have been just as theirs were,” said Gates.
Mike Adams | A false flag event, an act of war, a bombing or some other headlines-grabbing orchestrated event is very likely to occur in the next seven days precisely.
Mike Adams | The 3D printing revolution has arrived, and it’s freaking out governments around the world.
USA Today | Top State Department official pressed the CIA and the White House to delete any mention of terrorism in public statements.
FrontPageMag | Families of Navy SEAL Team VI disclose never before revealed information about how and why their sons died in a fatal helicopter crash in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011.
Kurt Nimmo | Calls for beefing up police state while saying government must protect the rights of Americans.
Kurt Nimmo | Anonymous is suspected of being a government intelligence op while we have plenty of evidence that al-Qaeda is in fact one.
US News & World Report | Informers stand to gain $2M in the unlikely event Chesimard, convicted of murdering a cop 40 years ago, is caught.
RT | RT’s Daniel Bushell explains how the Boston bombings led to the temporary suspension of Constitutional rights.
The Guardian | Lawyer who drafted White House drone policy says US would rather kill suspects than send them to Cuban detention center.
Dave Lindorff | I’m expecting some detective to look into all this.
CNN | CNN/Time Poll: Cutback civil liberties to fight terror?
csmonitor.com | Dagestan and the rest of the Caucasus republics of Russia have been the site of a long-running Islamic insurgency.
Breitbart | “Religious proselytization is not permitted within the Department of Defense…”
Daniel Hopsicker | Congress of Chechen International Organizations address was in the home of former top CIA official.
thehill.com | Obama warned of the difficulty agencies might have in tracking and preventing lone wolf attacks.
NBC DFW | More evidence exposing the airport shakedown sham as merely security theater.
Miami Herald | On the bright side, Obama cracked no inappropriate jokes about Guantanamo during his WH Correspondents’ Dinner speech.
Jersey Journal | Another pro-constitution group is labeled “anti-government.”
washingtonsblog.com | Terrorism pushes our emotional buttons.
ABC News | Whether or not Boston bombings are labeled a “terrorist” act will affect how much insurance pays out to damaged businesses.
rt.com | Dubbed the Subway-Surface Air Flow Exchange, the test will be the largest of its kind.
US News and World Report | Coming to America in a big way to aid police and homeland security departments operating across the United States.
Reuters | U.S. intelligence knew more about the movements of one of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects than previously reported.
My Fox NY | Will study how chemical weapons could be dispersed through the air into the subway system.
USA Today | Canadian media says suspects allegedly had links to al-Qaeda.
Press TV | Alex tells Iran’s PressTV why the government should be suspect number one in all terror plots.
Daily Mirror | ‘Police believe the pair were specially trained to carry out the devastating attack.’
Infowars.com | FBI is the prime suspect in any terrorist atrocity that takes place on American soil.
theatlantic.com | Establishment media is averse to the “t” word too.
Lew Rockwell | The US bombs people, including civilians, hundreds of times a day with its drones.
washingtonpost.com | Islamist group’s political arm: “condolences to the American people and to the families of victims.”