Irfan Naseer, the leader of a terrorist suicide bomb plot in Britain, was sentenced to life imprisonment on April 26.

At a Senate subcommittee hearing, a young Yemeni man testified of the devastating psychological and physical effects of the U.S. drone war in his homeland.

Senators Lindsey Graham and John McCain stated: "Under the Law of War we can hold [Dzhokhar Tsarnaev] as a potential enemy combatant not entitled to … counsel.” 

A Canadian police spokesman said they had arrested two men for plotting to derail a passenger train in a plot backed by al-Qaeda.

Reports say that Russia's security agency FSB told the FBI in 2011 that the elder brother in the Boston Marathon bombings was a follower of radical Islam.

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for April 22-28, 2013.

Both houses of the Florida state legislature have passed a bill protecting citizens’ rights guaranteed by the Fourth Amendment from being abrogated by drones.

If the goal of the terrorists was to terrorize, the terrorists won in Boston. Rather than returning to its ordinary business, one of the world's greatest cities was terrorized, and even shut down, for days by the two suspects.

The Michigan House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill nullifying the enforcement of indefinite detention within their state boundaries.

Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is one of the world leaders condemning the bombing attack at Monday's Boston Marathon.

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