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  • In Pictures Speakers in support of the MEK

    Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani addressed a rally on Sept. 23, 2010 in protest against the presence of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the UN. The MEK-linked event is one of many where Mr. Giuliani has advocated taking the MEK off the US terrorism list. He spoke beside a portrait of the Paris-based MEK leader Maryam Rajavi.

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  • Iranian group's big-money push to get off US terrorist list

    Iranian group's big-money push to get off US terrorist list

    SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: A roster of influential former US officials is speaking at rallies in support of removing the MEK, an Iranian opposition group with a violent anti-American history, from the US terrorist list. A decision is expected within weeks.

  • In Pictures Speakers in support of the MEK

    Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani addressed a rally on Sept. 23, 2010 in protest against the presence of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at the UN. The MEK-linked event is one of many where Mr. Giuliani has advocated taking the MEK off the US terrorism list. He spoke beside a portrait of the Paris-based MEK leader Maryam Rajavi.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 06/05

    China's Li Na return the ball to Italy's Francesca Schiavone during their women's final match for the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, Saturday June 4. Li Na became the first Chinese player to win a Grand Slam event.

  • Why James Tate now gets to go to prom – but passed on the free tux

    Why James Tate now gets to go to prom – but passed on the free tux

    After his dramatic prom invitation got James Tate banned from the big dance, public outcry via social media persuaded the headmaster to reconsider her decision.

  • 'Let James Tate go to the prom' crusade gains a Connecticut legislator

    'Let James Tate go to the prom' crusade gains a Connecticut legislator

    After high school senior James Tate got himself banned from prom for his dangerous (and dashing) prom invitation, public outcry flooded social networks and reached a politician's ears.

  • Faisal Shahzad Facebook mixup highlights hazards of Web journalism

    Horizons Faisal Shahzad Facebook mixup highlights hazards of Web journalism

    Earlier today, bloggers at the Huffington Post published a photo from Faisal Shahzad's Facebook page. One problem: They got the wrong Faisal Shahzad.

  • Times Square car bomb: Pakistan holds family of alleged attacker

    Times Square car bomb: Pakistan holds family of alleged attacker

    Pakistani officials have detained members of Faisal Shahzad's family In the wake of what they say was Shahzad's failed attempt to detonate a Times Square car bomb. Intelligence officials in Pakistan say the suspect recently spent about four months in Peshawar, a city on the Afghanistan border close to militant training camps.

  • Times Square bomber probe: Did Faisal Shahzad act alone?

    Times Square bomber probe: Did Faisal Shahzad act alone?

    That is the next question investigators will be asking now that Faisal Shahzad has been charged in the Times Square bomber plot. Reports suggest arrests in Pakistan have already been made.

  • Faisal Shahzad, Times Square bomb suspect, made now-familiar trek to Pakistan

    Faisal Shahzad, Times Square bomb suspect, made now-familiar trek to Pakistan

    Faisal Shahzad, arrested Tuesday as a Times Square car bomb suspect just before he left the country, had recently visited Pakistan. Several Americans showing interest in militant Islam or attacking America have journeyed there before.

  • Gallery American Jihadis

    AMINE EL KHALIFI. An artist's courtroom sketch shows Amine El Khalifi, an illegal immigrant from Morocco, as he is brought before a judge in the federal courthouse in Alexandria, Va., on Feb. 17, 2012. El Khalifi, who lives in Alexandria, was arrested near the US Capitol wearing a vest he believed was full of Al Qaeda-supplied explosives and is charged in an attempted suicide bombing of Congress, the Justice Department said. He had been given the gun and the explosives in the suicide vest by the FBI in a sting operation. The explosives and gun had been rendered inoperable and posed no danger to the public.