A U.S. soldier charged with plotting to blow up troops from the nation's largest Army post has been found guilty of a battery of federal charges, prosecutors announced Thursday.
A military judge ruled Thursday that Nidal Hasan, the Army major accused in a 2009 mass shooting at Fort Hood in Texas, will go on trial in June, after his attorneys requested the delay.
On Wednesday, the Senate and House homeland security committees held their first-ever joint hearing, on the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, to address what has become a familiar theme for both committees -- the threat from "homegrown" terrorists.
A U.S. solider charged with plotting to blow up troops at Fort Hood, the nation's largest Army post, says he first planned an attack on Fort Campbell, CNN affiliate WSMV reported on Monday.
A U.S. soldier charged with plotting to blow up fellow troops at the nation's largest Army post pleaded not guilty to federal charges Thursday.
Victims and families of those killed in the Fort Hood massacre are asking compensation totaling $750 million from the government for failing to stop the attack.
Prosecutors have enough evidence against an AWOL U.S. soldier accused of plotting an attack on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood to present their case to a grand jury, a federal judge in Texas ruled Thursday.
Authorities say they found bomb-making materials in the room of Army Private Naser Abdo, who was arrested near Ft. Hood.
A U.S. Army general Wednesday approved a possible death penalty in the future military trial of Maj. Nidal Hasan, the American Muslim accused of killing 13 people at Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009.
Many people were killed in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood. CNN's Ed Lavendera reports in 2009.
The Army could be close to announcing a court martial for Maj. Nidal Hasan, accused of the 2009 Fort Hood shootings, after his lawyer made one last attempt Thursday to keep the death penalty out of the trial.
The secretary of the U.S. Army has disciplined nine officers for failing to warn of problems with Maj. Nidal Hasan -- accused of committing the 2009 Fort Hood, Texas, shootings -- before he was assigned to Fort Hood.
The Army moved another step closer Friday to a military trial and potential death penalty for Maj. Nidal Hasan, the psychiatrist charged with killing 13 people at Fort Hood in 2009.
Fourteen months after the Fort Hood, Texas, massacre, a Senate panel is still consulting with the FBI over the public release of what the government knew in advance about the accused gunman.
A mental health evaluation of the Fort Hood shooting suspect has been completed -- the next to final step in determining whether Army psychiatrist Maj. Nidal Hasan is fit to stand trial, according to a Fort Hood spokesman.
The investigating officer in the case of the accused Fort Hood, Texas, shooter has recommended that the military pursue the death penalty against Maj. Nidal Hasan.
In the end, all he said was "no."
The investigating officer in the case against accused Fort Hood shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan has sent his recommendation on how to proceed, according to a statement issued Tuesday.
The lawyer for the man accused in the Fort Hood massacre last November says he will not be presenting evidence when the military hearing resumes Monday.
A year after a lone gunman went on a deadly shooting rampage inside a soldier processing center at Fort Hood, friends, colleagues and family members of the 13 victims gathered Friday at the U.S. Army base in Texas to pay tribute to their loved ones.
When members of the 467th Combat Stress Control Detachment from Wisconsin left for Afghanistan about a year ago, the war had never been more violent. But the unit had already been through the hell of gunfire and killing.
The Pentagon wants computers to see into the future -- and stop crimes before they happen.
Victims give testimony on the first day of hearings of the Ft. Hood shooting case. CNN's Chris Lawrence reports.
The distant rumble of big guns on Fort Hood's artillery range rattles the ceiling tiles in the small military courtroom.
One of the victims of the Fort Hood shootings last November described the shooter as showing no emotion as he fatally shot 13 people and injured dozens of others
The shooting at Fort Hood was captured on video by a soldier using his cell phone camera as he hid from the shooter, but he was ordered to erase it, the soldier said Friday.
The military opened a hearing Tuesday for Maj. Nidal Hasan, the U.S. Army psychiatrist accused of last year's Fort Hood shootings, then adjourned it almost immediately.
The former Army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people at Fort Hood, Texas, refused to participate in a psychiatric evaluation of himself Thursday, his attorney said.
One young soldier is a veteran of battle both home and abroad. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
Four soldiers from Fort Hood, Texas died over the week. In all four cases, it appears the soldiers, all decorated veterans from the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan, took their own lives, according to Christopher Haug, a Fort Hood spokesman.
CNN's Barbara Starr talks about the alarming number of Army suicides at Ft. Hood.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates is ordering a number of changes to address problems discovered by a review of the military after the deadly shooting at Fort Hood Army Post last November.
The Army officers responsible for prosecuting the Fort Hood shooting suspect will be seeking the death penalty, the suspect's attorney told CNN.
The Army is a big step closer to moving Fort Hood shooting suspect Maj. Nidal Hasan to a jail just 19 miles from the scene of the November massacre that left 13 people dead.
In response to a partial gag order, the attorney for the Fort Hood, Texas, shooting suspect has started a blog to make his case on the high-profile case.
An access point to Fort Hood in Texas was briefly shut down Wednesday after guards discovered a live grenade during a random vehicle search, officials said.
A hearing in November's 13 deaths at the Fort Hood, Texas, military base is tentatively scheduled to begin March 1, the Army said Monday.
An Army psychiatrist accused of fatally shooting 13 at the Fort Hood, Texas, military base had asked for a Muslim cleric's advice about killing U.S. troops, according to a new interview.
The man accused of killing 13 people and wounding dozens more in a shooting at Fort Hood Army Post last month has been released from intensive care, his lawyer said Wednesday.
Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the alleged shooter in the Fort Hood massacre, will face 32 counts of attempted premeditated murder, Army officials said Wednesday.
Military brass at Fort Hood, Texas, on Tuesday announced tightened security procedures and the availability of a range of mental health services in the wake of the November 5 shooting spree that killed 13 people on the post.
Huddling under umbrellas in a chilly rain, friends, relatives and comrades gathered at Arlington National Cemetery on Monday to lay to rest another of the victims of the massacre at Fort Hood, Texas.
A security expert says a 2008 report could have prevented the Fort Hood shootings.
A U.S. military spokesman confirmed the existence Friday of a report on detecting extremism in service members. But he disputed a claim that it was classified only after the shootings at Fort Hood, Texas.
A majority of Americans think that authorities could have prevented the deadly attack at Fort Hood, Texas, according to a new national poll.
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is expected to announce a sweeping review of military procedures and policies that could help avoid another Fort Hood-type incident, a senior Pentagon official has confirmed to CNN.
A security expert who contributed to a now-classified 2008 study aimed at helping military officials recognize the signs of extremism among troops said it could have helped prevent the shootings at Fort Hood, Texas.
Brian Todd reports on efforts in Congress to gather information on the Fort Hood massacre.
Just hours after the first reports of the tragedy at Fort Hood surfaced, a divisive dialogue was developing on the talk shows and in the Internet blogosphere.
Republican members of the House Intelligence Committee have sent a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling for an immediate Congressional investigation into circumstances surrounding the Fort Hood shooting.
Military victims of the Fort Hood massacre will be eligible to receive the Purple Heart if Congress passes a bill introduced Tuesday.
With Veterans Day, the continuing investigation into the shootings at Fort Hood and talks continuing on future U.S. troop numbers in Afghanistan, the military has been all over the news this week.
The funeral for Pfc. Aaron Nemelka - one of 13 persons killed in Ft. Hood rampage - was held in a snowstorm in Utah.
Bagpipers sounded "Amazing Grace" on a snowy day at a Utah cemetery as military pallbearers marched to rest the casket of Pfc. Aaron Thomas Nemelka, one of 13 people gunned down last week in Ford Hood, Texas.
Pvt. Joseph Foster was filling out routine paperwork for his upcoming deployment to Afghanistan on Thursday when he heard a shout quickly followed by a burst of gunfire from just a few feet away.
Private Joseph Foster, who was one of the soldiers injured in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood, describes what happened.
Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, the chief suspect in last week's shootings at Fort Hood, is formally charged with premeditated murder.
People who knew and studied Maj. Nidal Hasan say he was a loner who had no luck finding a wife, and a criminal profiler said the Fort Hood shooting suspect fits the profile of a mass murderer better than that of a terrorist.
Spc. Logan Burnette arrived at Fort Hood, Texas, a week ago Wednesday to prepare for an upcoming tour of Iraq. The following day, he, like all deploying soldiers, reported to the "ready room" on post to fill out final paperwork.
The gunman quickly reloaded his weapon, methodically moving away from Spc. Logan Burnette after shooting him several times during last week's deadly rampage at the Fort Hood Army Post.
In November 1919, President Wilson proclaimed the 11th day of the month as the first commemoration of Armistice Day.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on the latest on the investigation into the man suspected of killing 13 people at Fort Hood.
The sound of taps echoed across the Texas plains Tuesday after President Obama pledged that the work of those killed in last week's Fort Hood massacre will go on despite their "incomprehensible" slayings.
CNN's Ed Lavandera speaks with the fire chief who was a first responder the day of the shooting at Fort Hood.
Thirteen people died after a mass shooting Thursday at Fort Hood, a sprawling Army post in Texas. Here's a look at the victims.
In her first public statement, Kimberly Munley says she's "very concerned with the well-being and safety" of other rampage victims
It was an autumn afternoon in Killeen, Texas, when a lone gunman wielding two handguns methodically shot victim after victim. By the time the rampage was over, a terrified community was left looking for answers.
A survivor of a 1991 shooting spree at Luby's Cafeteria in Killeen, Texas, offers advice to Fort Hood victims.
Army investigators on Sunday asked troops and civilians for help in the probe of a deadly mass shooting at Fort Hood last week, saying some who fled the gunfire might have evidence.
Sgt. Kimberly Munley, who met the country star at a summer concert, is in good spirits despite her injuries, Bentley tells PEOPLE
There is no evidence of "friendly fire" during this week's deadly shooting at Fort Hood, an Army spokesman said Saturday.
President Obama said the shootings at Fort Hood represented the best and worst of America.
The suspect in the Fort Hood shooting rampage is in critical but stable condition.
U.S. Army Pfc. Michael Pearson wasn't much with words, his older brother said through tears, but when he picked up a guitar he let his music speak for him.
The brother of a soldier who was killed in the Fort Hood shooting spree talks about his loss.
Fort Hood, Texas, is -- for all intents and purposes -- a city. With as many as 30,000 residents, it has all the trappings of an American metropolis: malls, softball fields, subdivisions and as many as nine schools.
Sgt. Major Jamie Posten says there were at least two shooters who opened fire at Fort Hood.
Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan, a psychiatrist who worked in a hospital at Fort Hood, the nation's biggest Army base, is blamed for the deaths of 12 soldiers and one civilian, military officials said.
A neighbor says Kimberley Munley made everyone in the neighborhood feel protected.
President Obama vows to support the Ft. Hood community in the aftermath of the deadly shooting at the post.
Before making judgments about the shootings at Fort Hood, a thorough investigation needs to take place, Sen. John Cornyn of Texas said Thursday.
One of the gunman involved in a deadly shooting at Fort Hood has been identified. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
A soldier suspected of fatally shooting 12 and wounding 31 at Fort Hood in Texas on Thursday is not dead as previously reported by the military, the base's commander said Thursday evening.
CNN's Anderson Cooper talks with Army Medic Spc. Eric Blohm, who was at Fort Hood during the shooting spree.
Thirteen flag-draped coffins left Fort Hood on Friday as authorities searched for a motive in the massacre that left more than 50 casualties at the largest U.S. military base.
Families and friends around Fort Hood, Texas, and around the country waited for word of their loved ones' safety Thursday as news spread that a gunman had opened fire on the military post.
It was the kind of phone call military families dread receiving from Iraq and Afghanistan -- not from Texas.
I was in the building at Fort Hood, Texas, in June where 43 people were shot this week.
It is a phrase that has for centuries been associated with human conflict:
A senior officer who was playing golf Thursday near Fort Hood, Texas, told CNN he witnessed the arrest of one of the two surviving suspects of the shooting at the Army installation.
While the military has instituted dozens of programs to help troubled soldiers with post-traumatic stress, brain injuries and other problems, some troops have privately told the nation's top military officer they feel they are treated poorly because they are wounded, ill or injured.
While coming home is great, being home is not always as great for troops returning from Iraq. Barbara Starr reports.
Families of tens of thousands of soldiers based at Fort Hood have one military wife to thank for a more normal routine at the base.