"Unauthorized boarders are reported to be wearing military-style black..."
The reality is anything but romantic. The so-called pirates are nothing like the "Real Oakland Raiders," as one newspaper headline put it.
The paramilitary Revolutionary Guard of Iran seized two Greek oil tankers on Friday as part of helicopter-launched raids in the Persian Gulf.
Become a peaceful pirate without borders
Officials from the British Standards Institution (BSI) say that there is now a "significant number" of criminal organizations masquerading as legitimate warehousing, transport or distribution companies.
Remember when people used to set up pirate radio stations to broadcast forbidden or controversial media to the masses?
A Pirate's Glossary of Terms
New Tech to come - hardware is catching up...
According to the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery (ReCAAP), attacks have returned to the Gulf of Mexico, a key floating storage hub where oil producers have been anchoring their excess inventories during the oil su
At the close of his program on Monday night, Fox News Channel's Tucker Carlson revealed The New York Times had a story in the work that would divulge the location of his home, which could potentially put him and his family in harm's way.
Ahoy, matey! This incredible ship looks like straight out of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
Always tuned-in to the true nature and potential of technology, the influential film director Werner Herzog supports cinephiles who want to pirate his films.
Streaming services are starting to look a lot like cable packages.
Nobody Even "Corsairs" Any More
For years, the area around the Red Sea, the Bab al-Mandab strait and the Gulf of Aden was the preferred venue for maritime pirates - mostly of Somali and Yemeni origin - who had become the scourge of Suez-crossing tankers headed to and from the Persi