Feds Say Texas Bomber Had No Known Links To Terror, Domestic Hate GroupsFederal officials say the man suspected in a series of bombings in Austin last year had no known links to international terror groups or domestic hate groups.
Police Still Investigating At Home Of Suspected Austin BomberA cellphone video left behind by suspected Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt details the differences among the weapons he built and police say amounts to a confession. But his motive remains a mystery.
Austin Bombings: ATF Confirms Components, Explosives Found In Suspect's HomeThe suspect in the Austin bombings is dead after a Wednesday morning incident along Interstate-35 in Round Rock, according to FBI and law enforcement sources.
Bombing Suspect Is Dead, But Why Did He Target Austin?Suddenly, the "Keep Austin Weird" slogan doesn't feel so fun anymore. Austin's beloved local motto isn't meant for things as sinister as the string of deadly bombings.
Package Headed For Austin Explodes In San AntonioSuddenly, the "Keep Austin Weird" slogan doesn't feel so fun anymore.
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.
Officials: Bombing Suspect Says He And Brother Acted AloneBoston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev indicated from his hospital bed Monday that he and his brother acted alone in last week's attack, officials said.
Dealing With Emotional Trauma From Boston BombingsFor Ron McCracken of Dallas, running is a part of his everyday routine—one he has maintained for more than a decade. He seems to be not entirely kidding when he calls it, “free therapy.” And the avid runner needs it now, more than ever.
Race Security Amped Up For Weekend Security is top of mind for local race coordinators feeling the impact from this week’s bombings in Boston.