The admitted mastermind of one of the most serious terror threats since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks — a foiled plot to attack New York City subways — testified Wednesday that al-Qaida trainers taught him a “very simple” formula for making suicide bombs.
A Denver-based documentary filmmaker was one of the big winners at Sunday night’s Academy Awards.
A CIA contractor involved in a fatal shootout in Pakistan will face trial on assault charges stemming from a fight over a parking space in Colorado, a judge ruled Thursday.
However, the apparent accidental attacks that U.S. drones carried out on a Pakistan border outpost, killing at least 24 Pakistani soldiers may have just made diplomacy close to impossible with one of the most volatile, dangerous and important countries in the world.
Colorado Sen. Mark Udall says if insurgents harm U.S. personnel in Afghanistan from safe havens inside Pakistan, “all bets are off.”
Blood money is common in the Islamic world. What is blood money? That’s a good question.
The United States paid more than $2 million to get Raymond Davis out of Pakistan. Now the CIA contractor faces felony charges of assault in Douglas County after he allegedly got in a fight over a parking space.
Prosecutors have filed a felony assault charge against a CIA contractor accused of getting into a fight over a parking space in Colorado months after he was involved in a fatal shootout in Pakistan.
A Highlands Ranch man and CIA contractor who was freed from a Pakistani prison after the U.S. paid $2.3 million in blood money was arrested Saturday morning.
The trial began Monday for the man whose son admitted to a terrorist plot. There was surprising testimony from a family member who has turned government witness.