Published September 07, 2011
Attorney General Eric Holder says for the first time that not only he but also other higher-ups at the Justice Department were not aware of the operation as it was being carried out, suggesting politics could be a driving force behind Republican lawmakers' forceful inquiries into the matter
Published August 16, 2011
As the nation's financial system collapsed and millions of Americans struggled to pay off their home mortgages in 2009, a Maryland man now under investigation allegedly wiped away his $353,000 mortgage debt by convincing financial giant CitiGroup to accept a money order purportedly backed by then-Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson.
Published August 03, 2011
Gun industry representatives said they would file lawsuits Wednesday challenging new gun-control measures by the Obama administration, an effort the nation's top lawyer vowed to "vigorously oppose."
Published July 28, 2011
The arrest, first reported by Fox News, comes nearly two years after a deadly shooting rampage at the base
Published July 05, 2011
For two months U.S. authorities interrogated a terror suspect on the Navy ship USS Boxer in the waters off the coast of Africa, before flying him to the United States over the July 4th holiday to face prosecution, Fox News has learned exclusively.
Published June 23, 2011
The 22-year-old Marine reservist charged Thursday with shooting at military buildings near the nation's capital radicalized himself through the Internet, but there is no indication he was planning to harm individuals, law enforcement sources tell Fox News.
Published June 22, 2011
The case had apparently gone cold. But after several months of no progress, federal authorities have now zeroed in on a suspect in last year's shootings at several military sites around the nation's capital. Their suspect: The 22-year-old Marine reservist arrested Friday after causing a terror scare near the Pentagon.
Published June 17, 2011
Federal authorities are warning hotels in major U.S. cities to be vigilant after intelligence recently obtained in Somalia shows Al Qaeda was planning to launch a “Mumbai-style” attack on an upscale hotel in London, England, Fox News has learned exclusively
Published May 20, 2011
In February, the four Americans were on a yacht in the waters off the Horn of Africa when more than a dozen Somali men and one Yemeni hijacked their vessel. In the midst of negotiations with U.S. officials, at least some of the hijackers opened fire, killing all four.
Published May 19, 2011
Calling it "a matter of public safety" and "national significance," the nation's top official in charge of forecasting hurricanes and tornadoes in the United States warned Thursday that recent wrangling over the federal budget could end up stripping the federal government of its ability to predict devastating storms.