Judge To Sentence Syrian-Born U.S. Citizen For Aiding MilitantsProsecutors want a Syrian-born U.S. citizen convicted of smuggling rifle scopes, night-vision goggles and other gear to Syrian militant groups to serve nearly four years in prison.
Man Convicted Of Terror Charge Tied To Texas Cartoon ContestAn Arizona man was convicted Thursday of a terror charge tied to an attack last spring on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas, marking the second conviction in the U.S. related to the Islamic State group.
Suspect In Texas Cartoon Contest Attack Back On The StandAn Arizona man accused of plotting an attack at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in North Texas faces a second day of tough questioning from a prosecutor about his knowledge of the shooting.
Man Testifies On Rift With Friend In Prophet Muhammad Cartoon Contest PlotAn Arizona man charged with planning an attack on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas has testified about his rift with one of the men who later died in a police shootout outside the controversial event.
Parisian Families In Dallas React To Terror AttacksThousands of miles away from home and feeling helpless, Parisian families in Dallas are reacting to the attack on their homeland that left more than 100 dead on Friday.
Ban On Carry-On Luggage Being 'Discussed'The U.S. Transportation Security Administration is considering an all out ban on traveler’s carry-on luggage.
U.S. Forces Nab Al-Qaida Leader In LibyaA U.S. official says American forces have captured an al-Qaida leader in Libya who's linked to the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in east Africa.
Kenyan Forces Rescue Hostages From Mall AttackA Kenyan military assault on the Somali-based, al-Qaida-linked group al-Shabab who were holding hostages at a shopping mall in Nairobi may have broken the standoff.
Students Question UT Evacuation ProcessThousands of people streamed off University of Texas at Austin's campus Friday after a bomb threat prompted officials to issue evacuation orders.
Dallas FBI Chief Retires After Six Year Tenure As the head of the Dallas FBI prepares to retire on Monday he looks back at his career and predicts a future trend in crime for North Texas.
From Texas Private School Student To al-Qaida AgentMoeed Abdul Salam didn't descend into radical Islam for lack of other options. He grew up in a well-off Texas household, attended a pricey boarding school and graduated from one of the state's most respected universities.