Russia says it foiled Sochi plot Russia claimed it has foiled a plot to attack the host city of Sochi both before and ... which begin July 27. Russia's National Anti-Terrorist Committee said the FSB, the successor agency to the KGB, had discovered 10 caches of weapons and ammunition ... 05/10/2012 - 5:51 pm | View Link
Russia claims it foiled terrorist plot against Sochi MOSCOW (AP) Russia claimed it has foiled a plot to attack the host city of Sochi both before and during the 2014 Winter Olympics, saying its agents discovered caches of weapons that included grenade launchers and surface-to-air missiles. 05/10/2012 - 9:51 am | View Link
Russia says it foiled terrorist plot against Sochi MOSCOW – Russia claimed it has foiled a plot to attack the host city of Sochi both before and during the 2014 Winter Olympics, saying its agents discovered caches of weapons that included grenade launchers and surface-to-air missiles. 05/10/2012 - 7:26 am | View Link
Russia Says It Foiled Terrorist Plot Targeting Winter Olympics Host City Sochi Russian authorities claimed Thursday that government intelligence agents foiled a terrorist plot targeting Sochi, host city of the 2014 Winter Olympics, seizing caches of arms and ammunition in the Georgian breakaway territory of Abkhazia earlier this week. 05/10/2012 - 4:53 am | View Link
Russia says it foiled terrorist attack plot against site of 2014 Winter Olympics MOSCOW — Russian agents have foiled terror attack plans on the Black Sea resort of Sochi, host of the 2014 Winter Games, and seized a large amount of weapons and ammunition, authorities said Thursday. Russia’s secret service agency FSB ... 05/10/2012 - 3:58 am | View Link
The tea party's popularity continues to sink. A new Gallup poll shows just 30 percent of Americans view the movement favorably, compared to 51 percent who dislike it. Among political moderates, 34 percent view the movement favorably, while 54 percent view it unfavorably. Read full article >>
We’ve picked the best and worst campaigns of 2013. We’ve picked the best ad of the year. Now it’s time for the worst ad. Before we get to the nominees and the winner, it’s worth noting that in most of the big -- statewide races with real money being spent -- contests of 2013, there were very few genuinely terrible ads.
At least three current and former employees of Georgia’s state ethics commission have received grand jury subpoenas related to a complaint filed against Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s (R) 2010 campaign, the Associated Press reported Thursday. Read full article >>
The United States targeted more than a dozen companies and people on Thursday for evading sanctions against Iran, an effort by the Obama administration to show it will enforce existing law even as it presses Congress to hold off on additional measures while world powers pursue a comprehensive nuclear deal with Tehran.