Man Who Spent Five Years With His Family As Taliban Hostages Now Charged With Assault
Joshua Boyle has reportedly been charged with more than a dozen counts of assault, sexual assault, and other crimes. Boyle, along with his wife and children, were rescued last year after spending five years as Taliban hostages.
Audit Of Access To Classified Network Is A “Cover Up,” Treasury Officials Charge
An inspector general audit finds there was no “mass revocation” of access to classified networks critical to responding to terrorism, but some officials dismissed the audit as a “cover up.” The report also concludes there is a strained relationship between two feuding agencies within the Treasury Department.
Trump's Travel Ban's First Casualty May Be The Terror Fight In Africa
The deadly ambush that killed four US soldiers in Niger, and Chad's decision to withdraw its troops from the country after the Trump administration included it in the travel ban, has been a "one-two punch" to US counterterrorism efforts in the region.
Five Years After The Deadly Benghazi Attack, The First — And Only — Defendant Stands Trial
Prosecutors say the Libyan man charged, Ahmed Abu Khatallah, planned the attack. Defense lawyers say Khatallah wasn’t the "brains," and was brought to stand trial in the US because he was easy to find and the US and Libya needed someone to hold responsible.
In Midst Of Terror Attack, US Intel Unit Was Blocked From Tracking The Terrorists
When knife-wielding terrorists attacked civilians on London Bridge, a key US intelligence unit raced to help — but found they were shut out of critical classified computer networks. The problem has hampered several antiterrorist efforts and prevented the unit from fully complying with the Senate investigation into Donald Trump and Russia.