Chechen women:
A threat to U.S.?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – As the nation ramps up security for New Year's Eve festivities, the Department of Homeland Security is warning law enforcement that al-Qaida may have recruited non-Arabs, more…

Terrorists plan to pose
as disabled travelers

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – A new U.S. intelligence report obtained by WorldNetDaily describes a plot by "Pakistani Islamic extremists" to pose as aides to disabled travelers to obtain U.S. visas more…

New FBI warning cites biochem threat

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – The FBI is warning law enforcement in a new security advisory to be alert for signs of a biological or chemical attack against the homeland by more…

Prankster triggers
Capitol evacuation

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – U.S. Capitol Police evacuated an office building late this afternoon after a prankster pulled a fire alarm, marking the third such evacuation in less than two more…

Feds fear air cargo,
ramps open to terror

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- An internal Homeland Security Department memo obtained by WorldNetDaily advises airports and air carriers to tighten security over passenger aircraft and air cargo during the holiday more…

Al-Qaida terrorists
to gas U.S. subways?

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – Al-Qaida terrorists have developed a crude device designed to spread deadly cyanide gas through the ventilation systems of crowded indoor facilities such as subways, according to more…

Feds to cops: Prepare
for al-Qaida car bombs

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has advised federal agencies to initiate emergency counterterrorism measures to prevent possible al-Qaida car bombings planned during the last days more…

FBI: Jews need not applyfor Arabic linguist jobs

by Paul Sperry -- Despite a shortage of Arabic translators, the FBI turned down applications for linguist jobs from nearly 100 Arabic-speaking Jews in New York following the World Trade Center attacks, more…

Helms recovers
from blood clots

by Paul Sperry -- WASHINGTON -- Despite suffering some memory loss from a recent fall, retired GOP Sen. Jesse Helms still plans to finish his much-anticipated memoir covering his three controversial decades more…