A confessed terror plotter calmly told a jury how he acquired the ingredients to make the bombs that he and his co-conspirators planned to detonate on New York subway trains during rush hour, killing many.
The father of the convicted would-be suicide bomber who planned to detonate explosives in New York City subways was sentenced Friday to four and half years in prison on charges that he obstructed a terrorism investigation and intentionally misled authorities.
As the United Nations General Assembly prepares to address the bid of Palestinian statehood next week, American supporters and critics of Israel are taking their war of words underground -- to the New York subway system.
The father of a convicted would-be suicide bomber in New York pleaded not guilty Wednesday to visa-fraud charges following previous convictions of obstructing a terrorist investigation and intentionally misleading police, according to attorneys.
A former New York cab driver from Afghanistan was found guilty by a federal jury Friday of obstructing a terrorist investigation and intentionally misleading police probing his son's admitted plot to bomb the city's subway system, prosecutors said.
A man who admitted a plot to blow up New York City subway stations with bombs planted in backpacks told his uncle that chemicals and other apparent bomb-making elements were "to manufacture a fertility medicine," according to court papers.
Two suspects in an alleged plot to bomb New York's subway system pleaded not guilty Thursday to additional charges in the case, as prosecutors announced there would potentially be more arrests in the investigation.
John Travolta, still in mourning over the death of his teenage son earlier this year, issued a rare public statement urging fans to see his latest movie, "The Taking of Pelham 123," which he filmed last year.
Companies such as Shure and Etymotic have found success with high-end earbuds, and now Klipsch--best known for its loudspeakers--is taking a stab at the market with its line of supercompact Image in-ear headphones.
A Muslim man jumped to the aid of three Jewish subway riders after they were attacked by a group of young people who objected to one of the Jews saying "Happy Hanukkah," a spokeswoman for the three said Wednesday.