A former U.S. soldier is charged with terror offenses after he allegedly helped an al Qaeda-linked rebel group in Syria. CNN's Jill Dougherty reports.
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House Intelligence Chair Rep. Mike Rogers tells Wolf Blitzer the Libya attack had "all the hallmarks of an al Qaeda-style event."
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CNN's Brian Todd investigates whether the bomb in the latest plot could have gotten through airport security.
By CNN's Wolf Blitzer
(CNN) – For a long time, U.S. intelligence officials have testified before congressional committees that there are probably fewer than 100 al Qaeda terrorists remaining in Afghanistan. They have suggested that there are many more al Qaeda members in other countries, including Pakistan, Yemen and Somalia.
If true, and I believe it is, that raises this question: Why does the United States still have 90,000 troops in Afghanistan and virtually none in those other countries?
CNN's Brian Todd reports on a newly-exposed 2008 al Qaeda plot to bomb the Long Island Railroad.
Brian Todd reports on a European court's decision to release a man closely affiliated with al Qaeda.