• The bands' own names defiantly express feelings of hate or violence: Aggravated Assault, Angry Aryans, Attack, Definite Hate, Final Solution, Force Fed Hate, Fueled by Hate, Hate Crime, Jew Slaughter and White Terror, among others.

    CNN: Hate with a beat: White power music

  • But he led the charge against him in the Senate, stalling the nomination at one point in exchange for more information from the White House on the deadly September terror attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya.


  • He has angered U.S. officials by, among other things, publishing information allegedly documenting U.S. cyberattacks on Iran and a White House "kill list" of terror suspects.

    CNN: Fake New York Times op-ed a WikiLeaks hoax

  • Can you give us an idea of when the President -- when you expect the President may receive that, and what kind of action the White House may take to prevent another terror attack like that?

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney,

  • It was supposed to be the group that proved the central contention of the Obama White House's strategy for dealing with terror, namely, that all terrorists want is to be appeased.


  • Perhaps the most under-examined aspect of the blame-the-video story spun by President Obama's administration following the Benghazi terror attacks is how easy the White House presumed it would be to sell.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Center For Security Policy

  • Though Obama didn't mention "terror, " federal investigators and a White House official later classified the bombings as such.

    CNN: Obama has learned tough lessons on using the word 'terror'

  • When you get a high-level capture like this of a Taliban leader, is there any sense of vindication in this White House that you are prosecuting the war on terror properly?

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • So the White House may look instead toward smaller steps like transferring some terror suspects back overseas.

    NPR: Gitmo Closure Elusive, Obama Looks At Other Steps

  • At that time, the White House said intelligence from many sources indicated the al Qaeda terror group might attempt to launch attacks against U.S. interests, claiming it was defending Muslims or Iraqis.

    CNN: Terror threat lowered to Yellow

  • Discussions over the defense spending bill, which the White House wants to have resolved quickly as the anti-terror war continues apace, are likely to tie into completion of the Senate's stalled economic stimulus package.

    CNN: Senate gets to slow start on contentious defense bill

  • The White House has been closed to public tours since the September 11 terror attacks -- except for school, youth, military and veterans group tours arranged by a member of Congress.

    CNN: Bush friends, donors enjoy good night's sleep

  • Yet following the Arab terror war from 1936-1939, the British issued the White Paper that all but prohibited Jewish immigration.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Reclaiming our language from the Left

  • The revelation is part of an aggressive attempt by the White House to push back on Republican claims the Obama administration mishandled the terror investigation, with AbdulMutallab being read his Miranda rights shortly after he began cooperating with investigators.


  • At a White House news conference, however, President Bush disputed the perception that the terror network had not been weakened.

    NPR: Intelligence Report Says al-Qaida Gaining Strength

  • Joe Lieberman, an independent who has sometimes frustrated the White House, brushed off the notion that the president has gone soft on terror.

    CNN: The return of terror politics

  • But after the Christmas Day terror attempt, there were also all kinds of reviews here by the White House.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • Earlier on Monday, deputy White House press secretary Bill Burton confirmed there would be a new interrogation team for key terror suspects.

    BBC: Guantanamo Bay detainees in 2002

  • Even so, they said the episode illustrated the new difficulties the White House will encounter shaping and pressing the president's message on the war on terror and his domestic agenda.

    CNN: White House steers reporters back to Bush message

  • The White House release of the emails came a week after public interest in last year's terror assault unexpectedly rebounded with congressional testimony by three State Department employees, which reopened lingering questions about the attacks.

    WSJ: White House Releases Benghazi Emails

  • Mueller did not confirm he had threatened to resign, but he twice said he supported the testimony of former Deputy Attorney General James Comey, who testified that Gonzales and former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card tried to pressure Ashcroft to reauthorize the surveillance program against terror suspects.

    CNN: Snow: Congress creating 'controversies' over Gonzales

  • With "Terror Storm" written on his T-shirt, singer Matthew Bellamy took to a white piano at one point.

    BBC: Muse

  • Can you speak to the U.S.'s or the White House's confidence in Saudi Arabia's relocation program with detainees that (inaudible) terror suspects over there?

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • In June 2001, the Jerusalem Post reported that Alamoudi was going to be part of a White House meeting with Vice President Cheney despite the fact that Alamoudi was known to have attended a terror confab in Beirut earlier that year featuring representatives from virtually every major Islamic terrorist organization in the world, including al-Qaeda.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Center For Security Policy

  • Finally, in light of the White House's silence after Sunday's attempted attack on the IDF by a Hamas-affiliated terror group in Gaza, Mashaal is operating under the impression that nothing Hamas does will divert Washington from its collision course with Israel.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Obama's High Commissioner

  • When the Bush administration presented a legislative package of legal tools our counterterrorist forces needed to hunt down the terror networks within the borders of the United States, many of the very groups in the White House outreach program lobbied aggressively to defeat the presidents proposed laws.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Evidence of ��undesirable influence��

  • The White House has said the scheme is legal and is needed in what Mr Bush describes as the war on terror.

    BBC: NEWS | Americas | US eavesdropping 'can continue'

  • This movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, is the umbrella under which terror groups have forged "a significant degree of cooperation and coordination within our borders, " former White House counterterrorism chief Richard Clarke told the Senate Banking Committee last year.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Islamist penetration of Homeland Security?

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