Everything We Know About The Terrorist Attack On Karachi Airport

Details remain fairly scant at this point, but it appears that Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Pakistan has come under terrorist attack by gunmen strapped with explosives. The sky is bright red over NE Karachi and explosions continue to rock the airport's apron area. » 6/08/14 8:12pm 6/08/14 8:12pm

TSA Is Instagramming the Crazy Stuff It Confiscates at Checkpoints

What is Instagram for if not bragging oh so subtly about the stuff you're doing. It's true for rich kids on fancy vacations, and apparently, it's true for the Transportation Safety Administration, which has been posting images of the absurd stuff passengers are trying to carry on planes every day. » 7/02/13 6:36pm 7/02/13 6:36pm

AOL's Story About Terrorist Carhacking Is Fearmongering Bullshit

Here's the scenario: a "14-year-old in Indonesia" sits in front of a laptop, gives an evil laugh and says whatever is Indonesian for 'check this out.' He furiously types on the keyboard, dramatically hits "enter," and then immediately cars start crashing in LA. AOL says this can happen. We say that's bullshit. » 6/19/13 3:20pm 6/19/13 3:20pm

How The Face Of A 9/11 Terrorist On A Driver's License Showed Up In A…

That's an ad for car insurance that popped up on Facebook the other day. See anything wrong with it? It's okay, I didn't notice it at first either but the photo in the ad isn't a random drivers license picture, instead it's the face of Mohamed Atta, one of the terrorist who crashed a plane into the Twin Towers on 9/11. » 2/24/12 10:45am 2/24/12 10:45am

TSA Agents Singling Out Sexy Women For Multiple Body Scans

Several women who flew through Dallas/Fort Worth's airport have filed complaints against the TSA claiming that officials asked them to walk through the body scanners multiple times. Why would female agents do such a thing? So the male agents viewing the scans could get a better look at their bodies. Ew. » 2/15/12 5:10pm 2/15/12 5:10pm

How America's used cars helped fund Middle East terrorism

Lebanese terrorist organization and sometimes political party Hezbollah used the purchase of used cars in America to traffic money between West Africa, the United States, Canada and Lebanon, according to a suit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice. As much as $480 million was transferred in the scheme, going back… » 12/16/11 2:00pm 12/16/11 2:00pm