An admitted al-Qaida recruit testified Wednesday that he and two friends were determined to “weaken America” by strapping on suicide bombs and attacking New York City subways.
The admitted mastermind of one of the most serious terror threats since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks — a foiled plot to attack New York City subways — testified Wednesday that al-Qaida trainers taught him a “very simple” formula for making suicide bombs.
The admitted mastermind of a foiled plot to bomb New York City subways testified Tuesday that he wanted to fight jihad in Afghanistan after coming to believe that the U.S. government was behind the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
A man convicted of a 1998 terrorist strike on the U.S. Embassy in Tanzania has won the right to sue the federal government over tight restrictions on his visitors and letter-writing at the federal Supermax prison.
The father of a man who admitted plotting to bomb New York City subways has pleaded not guilty to visa fraud charges.
The trial began Monday for the man whose son admitted to a terrorist plot. There was surprising testimony from a family member who has turned government witness.
Colorado congressman Doug Lamborn says the least graphic of the Osama bin Laden photos should be made public.
The Colorado construction worker who flew to Pakistan on a one-man mission to hunt down Osama bin Laden says he’s ecstatic to hear about the al-Qaida leader’ death.
A Colorado woman admitted Tuesday she helped a terrorist cell that hoped to incite Islamic holy war, and her lawyer said she was “part of something that was much larger, much more complex than she ever knew.”
Federal prosecutors have brought additional charges against the father of an al-Qaida associate who plotted to use homemade bombs for a suicide attack on New York’s subway system, according to an indictment made public Tuesday.