BP reportedly lobbied Britain for the release of a Libyan man involved in the Lockerbie bombing, to further its oil projects in the African nation. That's not the first time such an accusation has been made: big oil companies have a long history of political meddling in the Middle East.
The location of an unexploded car bomb discovered by New York City police on Saturday night has many observers speculating about a connection between censored episodes of 'South Park' and the angry, threatening response they prompted from some Islamic organizations.
As governments have fought to destroy al Qaeda, the most successful battle so far may be at the bank. Cutting off the terrorist group's money supply has caused the once centralized organization to fragment. As a result, its main leadership has lost much of its power to direct terrorist operations.
Ever since the attempt to blow up a U.S. airliner on Christmas Day, there has been increased attention given to full-body imaging scanners. But now concerns are growing that the scanners may actually pose a health risk by exposing passengers to radiation.
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On Christmas day, a Nigerian man tried to ignite some kind of explosive device as a Northwest Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Detroit began its landing (Northwest is now owned by Delta (DAL). This apparent terrorist act could mean more problems for airlines in 2010.