Faisal Shahzad Pleads Guilty in Manhattan Federal Court to 10 Federal Crimes Arising from Attempted Car Bombing in Times Square
Faisal Shahzad pleaded guilty today in Manhattan federal court before U.S. District Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum to all counts of the 10-count indictment against him, for allegedly driving a car bomb into Times Square on the evening of May 1, 2010, the Justice Department announced.
Police-on-Police Shootings and the Puzzle of Unconscious Racial Bias
Air Force triathlon team wins at 2010 Armed Forces Triathlon Championship
The Air Force triathlon team recently excelled in all athletic categories at the 2010 Armed Forces Triathlon Championship June 5 at Naval Base Ventura County Point Mugu, Calif.
U.S Army Medical Research Unit: Improving Malaria Diagnosis in Africa, One Lab at a Time
Inside Rachuonyo district hospital, Simba Mobagi peers through his laboratory's only microscope at a sick woman's blood sample.
Twins Reunite in Afghanistan
Two Marine corporals who are twin brother and sister are serving in Afghanistan, a long way from their hometown of Niagara Falls, N.Y. Cpls. Jordan and Jade Myles, 20, reunited after being apart for almost two years. The siblings are deployed to Afghanistan in support of the International Security Assistance Force.
Courthouse Bombing Indictment
United States Attorney Laura E. Duffy announced that a federal grand jury sitting in San Diego today handed up an eight-count indictment charging Donny Love, Sr., with the use of a weapon of mass destruction and other charges arising from the bombing of the Edward J. Schwartz Federal Courthouse in San Diego on May 4, 2008.
The Web for Leaders
An ignorance of the language and capabilities of Internet-based tools creates a situation where today’s leader cannot see how their organization’s website can be fully integrated into their current organizational practices or integrated into their vision of the future.
Airman scales Mount Everest
Colorado Springs' Pikes Peak towers 14,115 feet above sea level, but one member of Air Force Space Command had his sights set higher, about 15,000 feet higher.