The Seattle Times feels that their reputation as a government watchdog was jeopardized by the FBI’s attempts to identify a bomb-threat suspect.
A suspect in an Oklahoma City suburb beheading is due to be charged with first-degree murder as well as assault and battery with a deadly weapon.
By Laura King and Amro Hassan, Los Angeles Times CAIRO—Libya’s weak interim government on Wednesday verbally assailed the U.S. capture of a suspected mastermind of the 2012 attack in Benghazi that killed four Americans and set off a political firestorm in the United States. At a news conference nearly 24 hours after the Pentagon publicly disclosed […]
By Barbara Demick, Los Angeles Times BEIJING — Chinese police have identified a 39-year-old Uighur man they suspect to be one of the first Chinese suicide bombers and have put out a nationwide alert to identify a second man killed in an attack last week at a train station in Urumqi. The attack took place on […]