30 Years For Phoenix Man Who Helped Plot North Texas AttackA man was sentenced to 30 years in prison Wednesday on charges that he provided support to two followers who attempted an attack on an anti-Islam event in North Texas.
Man Who Helped Plot North Texas Attack To Be SentencedSentencing is set for an American-born Muslim convert convicted of supporting the Islamic State group and helping to plot a 2015 attack on a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in North Texas.
Sentencing Set For Man Accused Of Helping Plot Garland AttackA September 15 sentencing date has been set for a man convicted of supporting the Islamic State terrorist group and helping to plot an attack at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in North Texas.
Government Wins 2nd Case On Islamic State-related ChargesThe government landed its second conviction of someone charged with supporting the Islamic State terrorist group after an Arizona man was found guilty of charges that he plotted last spring's attack at a cartoon contest in Texas.
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.
Officers Describe Thwarted Attack At Garland Cartoon ContestOn a Sunday evening last spring, two men wearing body armor and armed with assault rifles abruptly stopped their car outside a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland
Trial To Start In IS-Linked Charges In Texas Cartoon ContestHalfway through 2014, three Arizona men watched videos depicting violence by jihadists, tried to get pipe bombs, planned an attack at a Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in North Texas last year.
PD: No FBI Warning Of Threat Before Garland ShootingGarland Police say they had no advance warnings that could have prevented the May 3 shootings outside Culwell Center, where a Muhammed art cartoon contest was being held.
Amid Garland, Gov't Probing Lone-Wolf Terror ThreatsFederal authorities are aware of thousands of potential extremists living in the U.S., only a small portion of whom are under active surveillance.
White House Weighs In On ISIS Claiming Responsibility For Garland AttackOn the same day ISIS came out to claim responsibility for the attack outside a Muhammad Art Exhibit Sunday night, the White House said that it's "it's too early" to be confirmed.
Muhammad Art Exhibit Organizer's Ads Ousted From Philly BusesOn the heels of the Muhammad Art Exhibit shooting in Garland, provocative ads from the organizer's group - American Freedom Defense Initiative, or AFDI - are being removed from Philadelphia transit buses.
DEVELOPING: Muhammad Art Exhibit Shooting CaseCould the Muhammad art exhibit shooting be considered a terrorist attack? "We're certainly looking into that," Garland PIO Joe Harn said. We have the full Monday morning press conference here.
Garland Police On Muhammad Exhibit Shooting: "We Were Prepared"Garland Police Department PIO Joe Harn tells CBS 11 in an exclusive interview that their officers were "prepared" for the shooting at the Muhammad art event.