The Twitter page for al-Shabab, the radical Islamic group in Somalia that has been branded a terrorist organization by the U.S. Such groups are active in social media, but have not attracted many recruits. Twitter.com hide caption

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Terrorists Struggle To Gain Recruits On The Web

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Tense U.S.-Pakistani Relations Mark 2011

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Anonymous Arm Says It Hacked Stratfor

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How Iraq, Afghanistan Have Changed The Military

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Monumental Year For U.S. National Security

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U.S. Offers Reward For Information On Al-Suri

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Pentagon spokesman George Little, speaking Thursday, said U.S. and Pakistani forces both made mistakes that contributed to the Nov. 26 shooting that killed two dozen Pakistani soldiers along the border with Afghanistan. Luis M. Alvarez/AP hide caption

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Pentagon: U.S., Pakistan Share Blame In Shooting

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Violent Explosions Rock Baghdad

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Combat Canines Take On Tough Missions

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China Reportedly Hacked Chamber Of Commerce

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White House Faces Tough Choice On Iran Sanctions

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Kim Jong Un (center) pays his respects to his father, former leader Kim Jong Il, who is lying in state at the Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang in this still picture taken from video footage aired by Korean Central TV of North Korea on Dec. 20. Reuters TV/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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In North Korea, Lavish Praise For The Heir Apparent

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South Korea's nuclear envoys visit a warehouse with unused nuclear fuel rods at North Korea's main nuclear plant in Yongbyon, North Korea, in 2009. Following the death of Kim Jong Il, it is not clear how a new leader, presumably Kim Jong Un, will deal with the nuclear program. Anonymous/South Korean Foreign Ministry/AP hide caption

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How Will A New Leader Handle North Korea's Nukes?

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Attention Turns To Kim's Apparent Successor

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Post-9/11 Vets Face Special Employment Challenges

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