Libyan Militia Leader Gets 22 Years in Benghazi Attack

A jury acquitted Ahmed Abu Khattala, 47, of murder and attempted murder in the attacks that began Sept. 11, 2012, on a U.S. diplomatic mission and nearby CIA post. He was convicted of conspiracy and providing material support to terrorists. It was the extent of his role as ringleader that U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper considered in sentencing him.

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Supreme Court Votes 5-4 to Uphold Trump Travel Ban

Writing for the majority, Chief Justice John Roberts said the high court was not expressing a view “on the soundness of the policy. We simply hold today that plaintiffs have not demonstrated a likelihood of success on the merits of their constitutional claim.” The ACLU responded that ‘history..will judge today’s decision harshly.”


What Trump Gets Wrong About Terrorism

In a recent tweet, President Trump called for “changes to our thought process on terror.”  He’s right, but not exactly in the way he meant, says a former US Air Force intelligence analyst.