nwkarchivist:

Read It And Weep

American counterterrorism experts have been hunting Osama bin Laden for years. They have spent millions of dollars, countless man-hours and considerable diplomatic capital in order to track down the mastermind blamed, indirectly or directly, for terrorist incidents ranging from last fall’s suicide attack on the USS Cole to the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Africa. Last week CIA Director George Tenet told the Senate Intelligence Committee that bin Laden’s global terror network is “the most immediate and serious threat” to U.S. national security.

Newsweek  February 19, 2001

nwkarchivist:

Read It And Weep

American counterterrorism experts have been hunting Osama bin Laden for years. They have spent millions of dollars, countless man-hours and considerable diplomatic capital in order to track down the mastermind blamed, indirectly or directly, for terrorist incidents ranging from last fall’s suicide attack on the USS Cole to the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Africa. Last week CIA Director George Tenet told the Senate Intelligence Committee that bin Laden’s global terror network is “the most immediate and serious threat” to U.S. national security.

Newsweek  February 19, 2001

newyorker:

Barry Blitt on the inspiration for this week’s cover, “Bad Chemistry”: http://nyr.kr/15letwb

“Seems like there’s never a shortage of real life villains to make even the most conscience-free fictional character look comic in comparison.”

newyorker:

Barry Blitt on the inspiration for this week’s cover, Bad Chemistry: http://nyr.kr/15letwb

“Seems like there’s never a shortage of real life villains to make even the most conscience-free fictional character look comic in comparison.”