Former CIA Official: ‘I Am Now More Worried About Terrorist Threat In US Than I Have Been For A Long, Long Time’
A former CIA official is concerned about the possibility of a terrorist attack in the United States following the deadly shooting at the Canadian Parliament building on Wednesday.
Tragedy and terror struck Canada’s capital city Wednesday as a gunman shot a soldier standing guard at the country’s National War Memorial before storming the Parliament building, putting Ottawa’s downtown on lockdown and sending terrified government members and employees scrambling for safety.
U.S. officials say there are no specific threats against the military graveyard, but extra security will be on hand at one of America’s most sacred places.
Police say a soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial has been shot by an unknown gunman.
Seeking treatment for an abdominal tumor, Rob Ford says his brother will run in his place while he seeks a seat on the city council.
The married couple with a taste for exotic travel set out for Central Asia in the summer of 2012, moving as tourists through a region not normally visited by Westerners.
Once again, the world hit record heat levels. The average global temperature last month tied the hottest April on record four years ago.
Ford mistakenly tweeted that people should set their clocks an hour back instead of forward.
President Barack Obama told governors at a White House meeting Monday that he expects to decide on the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada in the next couple of months, two Republican governors said.
Hundreds of thousands of Chinese students are flocking to U.S. colleges and universities, helping to drive the number of international students studying in America to record levels.