A Saudi accused of arranging financing for the Sept. 11 terrorist plot participants told a hearing he got money transfers from two hijackers inside the United States just hours before the attacks, said a transcript the Pentagon released Thursday.
Airline passengers will be allowed to carry small scissors and tools onto planes, reversing a rule that led to confiscation of many thousands of sharp objects at airports since the Sept. 11 terror attacks, a Homeland Security Department official said Wednesday.
More than two years after leaving office, former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani will testify before the Sept. 11 commission next week in an appearance that could put him in the awkward position of criticizing fellow Republicans in the Bush administration...
Police arrested four Algerians and a Spaniard on suspicion of recruiting Islamic extremists and providing false travel documents for travel to al-Qaida training camps, the Interior Ministry confirmed Friday.
The United States has agreed to release about 20 Pakistanis from the Guantanamo Bay detention facility in Cuba, and the men will return home later this month, a senior Pakistani official said Wednesday.