The latest news on Somalia
A group of missing Somali-Americans has sparked fears, but officials downplay the terrorism risk
The U.S. military is monitoring the reach of extremist factions in countries such as Somalia.
FBI director says a Somali immigrant is the first U.S. citizen to stage a terrorist suicide bombing.
Threats like piracy and terrorism emanate from places like Somalia, but U.S. attention has been spotty.
Increasingly brazen Somali pirates are disrupting shipping, but there are some easy ways to avoid them.
Some want the U.S. military to go ashore in Somalia to hunt pirates, commanders aren't enthusiastic.
Somali pirates don't consider themselves terrorists, but they share key similarities.
A Ukrainian cargo ship loaded with weaponry remains in the hands of Somali hijackers.
The exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, will meet President Bush today. Tomorrow the Dalai Lama will be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal at a ceremony in Washington. Beijing has said the visit is bad for U.S.-China relations.