Articles by Katherine Shrader

Suitcase Nuclear Weapons Are Probably a Myth

  • 12 November 07
  • The Associated Press
Word leaked out in the 1960s that Soviet military intelligence officers were carrying portable nuclear devices in suitcases. The genie was never put back in the bottle.

Guantanamo Inmate Confesses to Attacks

  • 16 March 07
  • The Associated Press
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed portrayed himself as al-Qaida's most ambitious operational planner in a confession to a U.S. military tribunal, in which he said he planned and supported 31 terrorist attacks that killed thousands since the early 1990s.

U.S. Report Paints Iraq in Bleak Light

  • 28 September 06
  • The Associated Press
The report says the threat from Islamic extremists is growing, at odds with Bush's optimism.

CIA Moves to Probe Secret Prisons Leak

  • 10 November 05
  • The Associated Press
The CIA took the first step toward a full-scale criminal investigation of a leak of possibly classified information on secret prisons to The Washington Post, a U.S. official said.