Family members of an American development expert kidnapped in Pakistan by al-Qaeda more than two years ago say they’re holding out hope he’ll return safely home.
Prosecutors say they’re reaching the end of their case in the court-martial of an Army private who gave mountains of classified information to the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks.
A man from Bangladesh is under arrest, accused of trying to detonate a 1,000-lb. car bomb in the middle of Manhattan. He told undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents, he wanted to destroy America. WJZ learns he also considered a strike right here in Baltimore.
The succession of shootings occurred in the middle of the night, each targeting Washington-area military buildings like the Pentagon and Marine Corps museum. No one was hurt, but the sporadic reports of fired shots nearly two years ago startled a Washington community constantly on edge about terrorism.
A former Maryland resident who is detained at Guantanamo Bay seems to have acquired a cat at the isolated prison on a U.S. base in Cuba, a fellow prisoner says in a letter released Friday.
The wife of a Maryland man abducted in Pakistan is pleading for his safe return on the one-year anniversary of his kidnapping, saying her husband is in poor health and is missed by grandchildren who ask for him every day.
There are new accusations against the Army private charged with leaking classified government documents. Now, the military reveals it believes Bradley Manning aided terrorists with his actions.
The U.S. has reportedly reached a plea deal with a former Maryland man held at Guantanamo accused of joining al-Qaida and participating in a series of post-Sept. 11 terror plots.
A Virginia man charged with plotting a suicide bombing inside the U.S. Capitol as part of an FBI sting will remain in jail while he awaits trial after he waived his right to a detention hearing Wednesday.
Assuming the grimmest role of his job, President Barack Obama on Tuesday prepared to privately honor the remains of the fallen returning home from war, this time the troops killed in a helicopter attack that claimed more American lives than any other incident of the Afghanistan war.
Transit agencies in the Baltimore-Washington region are stepping up security as a precaution following Osama bin Laden’s death.
A plea hearing has been scheduled for a naturalized citizen from Pakistan charged with joining what he thought was an al-Qaida plot to bomb the D.C. region’s Metrorail system.