Tounisi, then 18, discussed terrorist plots - including a bomb attack on a night club that allowed the admission of teenagers on Route 59 in Naperville.
Wright created a Twitter page seeking recruits for their "martyrdom operation cell," and created a manifesto warning that America's "days are numbered,"
Queen told Qamar, “I’m never going to throw a Muslim underneath the bus to try to do the right thing.”
Afghanistan-born Ahmad Khan Rahimi was convicted Monday of planting two pressure-cooker bombs on New York City streets.
Mohommad Hasnain Ali and Sumaiya Ali pleaded guilty in federal court in June to lying to the FBI about their son's joining Islamic State terrorists in Syria.
U.S. prosecutors revealed last week that Abdulrahman El Bahnasawy, 19, of Mississauga, Ont. confessed to an ISIS-inspired plot to target key New York City landmarks.
Joiner's lawsuit is seeking just over $8 million in damages, and argues that the FBI essentially allowed the attack to happen.
"At no time was the safety or security of the public at risk."
Halal market owner robbed taxpayer-funded food stamp program of at least $1.1 million dollars.
South Florida reached another fraud milestone: “the largest combined financial fraud loss for a food stamp trafficking takedown in history.”
The United States has sought the extradition of Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi for prosecution for terrorism-related offences.
Al Qaeda operatives said they could better serve the cause with attacks back in the United States.
Officers found one of the women bloodied and she told them she “just wanted to leave,” while the second said she felt like a “slave,” according to Fairfax County Police reports.
The mothers were charged with female genital mutilation and conspiracy to commit female genital mutilation, according to the indictment.
Searching his bedroom in St. Louis Park, FBI agents found handwritten notes with a sketch of the symbol that adorns the ISIS flag, next to the word “allegiance” written in Arabic.