A new National Intelligence report reveals Al Qaeda has rebuilt, strengthened by their ability to operate freely along the Pakistani border, and is approaching an operational capability level not seen since just prior to 9/11. The still-classified report makes clear that there's no credible intelligence on any specific terror targets, but instead describes an overall threat environment.
The US may now be facing a dual-headed enemy: a new, stronger Al Qaeda alongside a worldwide army of jihadis inspired by the US presence in Iraq. This is in stark contrast to the White House's repeated arguments that the War on Terror has made the US safer. (Read more War on Terror stories.)