Today we report a Taliban attack on Bagram Air field, the Times Square suspect appears in court and we look at a new approach to your health using integrative medicine.
NEW YORK — Appearing relaxed and obedient, the man accused of plotting a car bombing in Times Square made his first appearance in a Manhattan courtroom where he was told by a magistrate judge that he had the right to remain silent.
KABUL, Afghanistan — Insurgents launched a brazen pre-dawn assault Wednesday against the giant U.S.-run Bagram Air Field, the second Taliban strike at NATO forces in and around the capital in as many days.
CSBA says that China’s military modernization aims at denying U.S. air and maritime freedom of maneuver and access in the Western Pacific (WestPac) by targeting bases and ships with precision guided missiles. China’s buildup of increasingly capable anti-access/area-denial “battle networks” will, over time, make the current “American way of war” prohibitively costly.
(RealSimple.com) — There are countless opinions regarding how to improve health care in the United States, but many experts agree on one fact: “Our current health-care system is mainly a sick-care system,” says Adam Perlman, executive director of the Institute for Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
Seoul, South Korea (CNN) — As South Korea awaits the release of an official report into the sinking of a warship Thursday, a range of leaks and unofficial statements is pointing the finger firmly at North Korea.
The findings of an official report into the cause of the incident — prepared by American, Australian, British and Swedish, as well as South Korean experts — will be announced late Thursday morning.
BANGKOK – Anti-government protest leaders in Thailand surrendered to police on Wednesday after troops stormed their encampment, sparking clashes that killed at least four people, but violence rocked other areas of the city.
ISLAMABAD (AP) — The CIA director briefed senior Pakistani officials Wednesday on the investigation into the failed Times Square car bombing and praised the country’s cooperation, a statement from both sides said.
A Pakistani-born American has been arrested on suspicion of masterminding the May 1 botched bombing and has allegedly told investigators he trained under the Pakistani Taliban in the largely militant-held region of Waziristan, close to the Afghan border.
KABUL, Afghanistan – A Taliban suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy in Kabul Tuesday, killing six of its service members, five of them American, officials said. Twelve Afghan civilians also died — many of them in a public bus in rush hour traffic.
“I’ll keep you in the right direction if I can, but that’s all. Just… follow the money.” So said Deep Throat, in the movie “All The President’s Men.”
It’s a lesson the U.S. government has taken to heart in pursuit of international terrorists. But it’s not always easy to “follow the money” when critical information is off-limits on another continent.
The Coast Guard and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will conduct shoreline surveys in Key West, Florida, Tuesday after tar balls were found on a beach there, officials said.
The Army is recalling 44,000 Advanced Composite Helmets after recent tests revealed that they fail to provide the required level of ballistics protection.
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