Boston Police Captain's Son Jailed In Bomb Plot CaseProsecutors say Alexander Ciccolo received four guns from a person cooperating with the FBI.
Son Of Boston Police Capt. Charged With Plotting ISIS-Inspired Attacks On College CampusA Massachusetts man is facing charges “in connection with a plot to engage in terrorism” on behalf of ISIS, prosecutors said Monday.
2 Men Charged In Boston Terror Plot Due In CourtTwo men charged with conspiring to help ISIS are expected in court for a detention hearing Friday.
Keller @ Large: Charleston Massacre An Act Of TerrorismI don’t think we use the word terrorism widely enough.
Professor: Executing Tsarnaev Would Be Rallying Cry For TerroristsA Northeastern University professor says executing Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev would be a rallying cry for terrorists.
2 NYC Women Charged With Planning Boston Marathon-Type Terror AttackTwo women were arrested Thursday on charges they plotted to wage violent jihad by building a homemade bomb and using it for a Boston Marathon-type terror attack, prosecutors said.
Bradley Jay: 'Do You Want The Olympic Games To Come To Boston?'Watch the video to see what your neighbors think about a potential a Boston Olympics.
Homeland Security Secretary Says Boston At Risk Of Lone Wolf Terrorist AttacksBoston is one many major cities at risk of a lone wolf terrorist attack, Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson said while visiting the city Friday.
Toucher & Rich: CSNNE's Trenni Kusnierek Talks Olympic Conditions In SochiAnyone paying attention the past few days has seen tweets from various sports reporters documenting the ridiculousness in Sochi, Russia right now for the Winter Olympics. Trenni Kusnierek of CSNNE is there, so she gave us all a glimpse of that Wednesday morning.
Court Upholds Mass. Man's Terrorism ConvictionTarek Mehanna of Sudbury received a fair trial when he was convicted of four terror-related charges and three charges of lying to authorities, a three-judge panel of the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found.
Winchester Runners Honor Ex-Navy SEAL Killed In Benghazi Consulate Attack Kate Quigley hoped to top 1,000 runners in the first-ever race in memory of her brother Glen Doherty. When she saw Sunday’s weather, she thought there was no way many people would show up to honor the former Navy SEAL.
Court Considers Appeal Of Sudbury Man's Terror ConvictionA federal appeals court heard arguments in the case of a Massachusetts man convicted of conspiring to help al-Qaida.