Terrorism Osama bin Laden

  • "Everybody is ready" for this kind of moment in the Mideast, the head of Donald Trump's Inaugural Committee tells CNBC.

  • A policeman takes a photo of Ahmad Khan Rahami as he is placed into an ambulance in Linden, New Jersey.

    The man accused of a leaving bombs in two states was charged Tuesday with federal counts of using weapons of mass destruction, NBC News reports.

  • In an image made from video originally posted April 25, 2006 on the Internet showing Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

    Contrary to the apparent conclusion of Donald Trump, the terror quasi-state known as ISIS was not founded by Barack Obama.

  • Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine speaks on the third night at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, July 27, 2016

    Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine had a simple question for business mogul Donald Trump.

  • CIA 'live-tweet' of bin Laden raid upsetting the internet

    Social media users are criticizing the agency for live-tweeting the killing as if it were happening today.

  • The Saudi foreign minister insists the cleric executed at the weekend was a terrorist and tells CNBC that "Iranians have got away with murder."

  • Local residents watch the demolition of the compound where Osama bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad on February 26, 2012

    New documents offer fascinating clues into Osama bin Laden's life, and al Qaeda's efforts to develop new lines of attack.

  • Pakistanis knew bin Laden's whereabouts: NBC News

    CNBC's John Harwood reports the latest details about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

  • Ashton Carter

    Ashton Carter may be President Obama's top defense secretary nominee among other candidates.

  • Manning arrives at a military court Wednesday to hear his sentence.

    Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is sentenced to 35 years in prison for giving hundreds of thousands of secret military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks.

  • NEW YORK-- The team behind "SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden" is saying the television movie was not recut to give a starring role to President Barack Obama two days before the presidential election. Believe me, in 85 million homes, a movie from National Geographic is not going to change the outcome of the election in a country of 300 million, "Lyle said.

  • ST. PAUL, Minn.-- An election-eve terrorist strike. Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican rival Mitt Romney are on guard for anything that could push the presidential race from its taut course. They've got a plan and they are now going to execute it, "said Carter Eskew, a top strategist for Democrat Al Gore during a 2000 campaign that came up just short."

  • LORDSTOWN, Ohio-- President Barack Obama's decision to help America's automakers could end up being what helps drive him back into the White House.

  • In a story about athletes and corporate endorsements, The Associated Press erroneously described an endorsement by Gabrielle Douglas, the Olympic gymnast. Nike forgave Tiger Woods after he apologized for cheating on his wife.

  • NEW YORK-- At the Missouri college where Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis enrolled, a classmate said he often remarked that true Muslims don't believe in violence.

  • NEW YORK-- Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis was a terrible student in his native Bangladesh, and his middle-class parents say he persuaded them to send him off to study in the U.S. as a way of improving his job prospects.

  • NEW YORK-- A Bangladeshi man snared in an FBI terror sting considered targeting President Barack Obama and the New York City Stock Exchange before settling on a car bomb attack on the Federal Reserve, just blocks from the World Trade Center site, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press on Thursday.

  • NEW YORK-- A Bangladeshi man snared in an FBI terror sting considered targeting a high-ranking government official and the New York Stock Exchange before authorities say he raised the bar by picking one New York City's most fortified sites: The Federal Reserve.

  • Al Qaeda Danger Threat Growing Worse?

    Rep Peter King, Chair of House Homeland Security Committee explains why al Qaeda off-shoots remain extremely dangerous, even with Osama bin Laden gone.

  • WASHINGTON-- Fierce and focused, Vice President Joe Biden and Republican Paul Ryan gave voters the kind of substantive showdown that was everything the presidential debate was not. "Not a single thing he said is accurate," Biden shot back when Ryan leveled a charge that President Barack Obama was projecting U.S. weakness.