Judge Denies Bail For Ashland Terror Plot SuspectA federal judge has denied bail for a Massachusetts man accused of plotting to fly remote-controlled model planes packed with explosives into the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol.
Ashland Terror Suspect Seeking BailProsecutors say a Rezwan Ferdaus was a "ticking time bomb" who was caught before he could carry out his plan.
New Pictures Released In Terror Case Against Ashland ManRezwan Ferdaus is accused of plotting to fly remote-controlled model planes packed with explosives into the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol.
Report: Ashland Terror Suspect Tried To Buy Model Plane In MaineA man who sells model airplanes in Maine says terror suspect Rezwan Ferdaus tried to buy a model plane from him.
Rezwan Ferdaus Pleads Not Guilty To Terror PlotAshland man has pleaded not guilty to plotting to fly explosives-packed remote-controlled model planes into the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol.
Ashland Terror Suspect Had Been Kicked Out Of Boston Mosque Over ViewsThe man accused of plotting to attack the Pentagon and the US Capitol was previously asked to leave every mosque in the city of Boston, according to a leader at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center.
Ashland Terror Suspect Asked To Leave Roxbury MosqueAn Ashland man accused of plotting to fly remote-controlled model planes packed with explosives into the Pentagon and the U.S. Capitol was asked to leave a Boston mosque because of his radical views.
Understanding Homegrown TerrorismAn Ashland man accused of plotting a terror attack had real explosives, and said he was committed to killing Americans. But how did this happen and why?
Ashland Man Indicted For Alleged Terror PlotA grand jury indicted Rezwan Ferdaus today on charges he planned attacks on the pentagon and the U.S. Capitol.
Experts Say Model Plane Terror Attack Would Have FailedEven 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.
Timeline Of Ashland Man's Alleged Terror PlotFBI agents say Rezwan Ferdaus started planning his jihad on the United States in early 2010.