Morning Jolt: The Famous Terrorists Are Dead Now

On the menu today: The leader of al-Qaeda, Ayman al-Zawahiri, meets a much-deserved bloody end in Kabul, Afghanistan — where he was the guest of honor of the Taliban once again; Joe Biden gets to take a victory lap; and voters in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, and Washington face big decisions in their primaries.

A Bad Day for Terrorists, but a Good Day for the World

Ayman al-Zawahiri, the longtime number two in al-Qaeda who took over the organization after the death of Osama bin Laden, departed this Earth on Saturday when he met the wrong end of two specially modified Hellfire missiles. This type of missile is designated as the R9X, known as the "flying Ginsu" because it uses sharp blades and high velocity to kill targets instead of an explosion.

Zawahiri will not rest in peace, but he is resting in pieces.

It's understandable if you haven't heard the name Ayman al-Zawahiri in a long while or thought about him much in recent years. Americans don't really ...

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The Famous Terrorists Are Dead Now

On the menu today: The leader of al-Qaeda, Ayman al-Zawahiri, meets a much-deserved bloody end in Kabul, Afghanistan — where he was the guest of honor of the Taliban once again; Joe Biden gets to take a victory lap; and voters in Arizona, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, and Washington face big decisions in their primaries.

A Bad Day for Terrorists, but a Good Day for the World

Ayman al-Zawahiri, the longtime number two in al-Qaeda who took over the organization after the death of Osama bin Laden, departed this Earth on Saturday when he met the wrong end of two specially modified Hellfire missiles. This type of missile is designated as the R9X, known as the "flying Ginsu" because it uses sharp blades and high velocity to kill targets instead of an explosion.

Zawahiri will not rest in peace, but he is resting in pieces.

It's understandable if you haven't heard the name Ayman al-Zawahiri in a long while or thought about him much in recent years. Americans don't really ...   READ MORE

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