Terror

State Department in Washington D.C. (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

State Department Issues Worldwide Caution For US Travelers

The State Department has issued a worldwide caution, saying al-Qaeda wants to kidnap Americans and other westerners in an effort to get ransom money to finance terror plots.

04/10/2014

Tarek Mehanna. (Family photo courtesy: J.W. Carney)

Tarek Mehanna Asks High Court To Review Terror Case

A Massachusetts man convicted in 2011 of trying to help al-Qaida has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review his case.

03/20/2014

Claude Julien  (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Bruins Coach Claude Julien Following Terror Threats At Olympics

Boston Bruins Head Coach and Team Canada Assistant Coach Claude Julien is following the threats at the Olympic Games.

01/20/2014

This is a "like" photo of a plane similar to the one mentioned in the proposed plot. (Photo Credit: Dept. Of Justice)

Experts Say Model Plane Terror Attack Would Have Failed

Even if the plot to use model planes against targets in Washington hadn’t been stopped by authorities, one expert believes it would have failed anyway.

09/29/2011

Aftab Ali Khan during his arrest in Watertown, May 2010.

Man Held In Times Square Bomb Attempt Probe Deported To Pakistan

Federal immigration officials say a Pakistani man arrested in Massachusetts during the investigation into last year’s
failed Times Square bombing has been deported to Pakistan.

05/22/2011

MBTA and local officials conducted a terror drill in Boston on Sunday.

Officials Conduct Terror Drill In Boston

The state’s transportation department and the MBTA joined with Boston emergency responders in conducting a mock terror drill at a downtown “T” station on Sunday.

03/06/2011

Tarek Mehanna (right) is seeking bail ahead of his upcoming terror trial.

Accused Mass. Terror Suspect Renews Bid For Bail

A Massachusetts man accused in a terror plot to kill Americans is asking a judge to release him on bail as he awaits trial.

02/21/2011

Remembering the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks

WBZ NewsRadio spoke  to some of the family members who lost loved ones  on that sunny late summer morning.  We also spoke to some officials, past and present, who continue to guard America’s security and […]

09/10/2010

2 Questioned in Amsterdam about 'suspicious' luggage

Dutch investigators on Tuesday questioned two men arrested at Amsterdam’s airport after U.S. authorities found suspicious items in their checked luggage, including a cell phone taped to a Pepto-Bismol bottle and a knife and box […]

08/31/2010

Al-Qaida linked group fingered in Uganda attacks

An American from a California-based aid group is among 64 people killed in a pair of explosions in Uganda. Invisible Children of San Diego, which helps child soldiers, identified the dead American as 25-year-old Nate […]

07/12/2010

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