President Obama says investigators have uncovered a credible terrorist threat against the United States. Mr. Obama was referring to the interception of two packages containing explosives. Lisa Mullins gets an update from the BBC's Paul Adams.
Ten years ago today, two al-Qaeda operatives steered a small boat alongside the USS Cole. They detonated a bomb that tore through the ship's hull. Seventeen American sailors were killed, dozens more were seriously wounded. Jordana Gustafson has the story.
Amnesty International is claiming that the U.S. broke international law when it took part in an airstrike in Yemen. Mike Lewis explains that the weapons used exceeded the ethical and legal limits for the civilian-populated area.
A new video released by al-Qaida shows the radical Yemeni cleric, Anwaar al-Awlaki, encouraging Muslims to kill American civilians. Daniel Lav, director of the Middle East Media Research Institute's 'Jihad and Terrorism Threat Monitor,' tells us more.
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