"It's the kind of thing we cannot do," Republican Congressman Denver Riggleman said in reference to President Donald Trump's retweet.
Robert O'Neill, said to be the one who actually shot the 9/11 mastermind, was responding to Trump's promotion of a far-right theory on Twitter.
British socialite has hired a top attorney to help her fight charges she trafficked girls for New York financier Jeffrey Epstein.
Fifteen of the terrorists were from Saudi Arabia, two were from the United Arab Emirates, one was from Lebanon and one was from Egypt.
Robert O'Neill was criticized for saying he is "not a p***y" while uploading picture of himself without a mask on the flight.
The blunder caused many to mock the former mayor, although some were angered by the mistake too.
"Both operations were very significant setbacks," for Al-Qaeda and ISIS, Michael Morell said.
Actor unveils latest artwork showing $100 bill dipped in blood as gun deaths in U.S. hit 10,000 this year.
Hamza bin Laden, an emerging leader in Al Qaeda, was labeled a "specially designated global terrorist" in January 2017.
Retired Admiral William McRaven in a statement described General Stanley McChrystal as "one of the great generals of this generation and the finest officer I ever served with."
Michael Hayden sprang to the defense of retired Navy SEAL Admiral William McRaven, who Trump attacked on Sunday.
The 42-year-old lives with his wife and three children.
Robert O'Neill made the claim in an interview with El Mundo as he promoted the Spanish language version of his book into the incident.
Christian Ganczarski is accused of rubbing shoulders with the Al-Qaeda leadership who planned the 9/11 attacks.
The cause of Osama's death remains unclear but jihadi leader lauds his "martyrdom."
War crimes are being committed with America's support.
President Donald Trump once called Saudi Arabia "the world's biggest funder of terrorism," but seems closer than ever with the traditional U.S. ally.
Hamza is already designated as a "global terrorist" by the United States.
Hamza bin Laden is a millennial leader who could possibly unite the global jihadist movement.
"I got the impression that they were a loose people," wrote bin Laden of a teenage trip to the U.K. in his personal journal.
Osama bin Laden had a somewhat-odd collection of videos, including a number of "Tom and Jerry" episodes, a Mr. Bean video and crochet lessons.