It won’t be just another Sunday for people who are charged protecting others.
The head of a local Islamic-American organization says that after this year, except for remembering its victims, it’s time for America to move on from the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
The 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks is now just days away. In Chicago, two men who are working to keep us from harm here and now are saying we’re safer than we were a decade ago.
There a few life-changing events in our lives. No question, 9/11 was one of them. CBS 2’s Dana Kozlov reports on how even a simple stroll into work is different than it was a decade ago.
People flying overseas — or living abroad — have a new reason to be on their guard.
The federal government is reminding travelers of the continued threat from groups like al Qaeda. CBS 2’s Kristyn Hartman talks with a local expert.
Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana was found guilty of helping to orchestrate global terrorism, but acquitted of a key charge that he had a hand in the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai, India.
Her husband is on trial, accused of supporting terrorists. And now she’s speaking out as a jury weighs the fate of Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana.
Closing arguments are expected later today in the trial of a Chicago businessman accused of helping plan the Mumbai terror attacks.
The prosecution has rested in the case of a Chicago businessman accused of helping plan the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks.
It has been called the biggest terror trial ever in Chicago. But it’s even bigger overseas.
Attorneys will begin presenting their case against Tahawwur Rana, a local businessman charged as a conspirator in the 2008 terror attack in Mumbai, India.
The courtroom was packed and security tight, with metal detectors outside and armed federal marshals inside, as jury selection began in the trial of a Chicago man accused of plotting the 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai, India.
Oded Orbach, a north suburban man, had been arrested in Romania for allegedly conspiring to obtain and sell anti-aircraft missiles to the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Officials believe the death of Osama Bin Laden increases the risk of retaliation from his supporters. And the greatest threat is to the nation’s buses and trains
An Illinois congressman Osama bin Laden is no longer a threat, but that doesn’t mean we can allow ourselves to become complacent.
It may feel safer to have Osama bin Laden dead, but is that really the case? University of Chicago political science professor Robert Pape says actually, any plan for retaliation could present an opportunity.
The latest WikiLeaks postings on the Internet suggest a plan was being cooked up in the year after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, to carry out terrorist actions in Chicago.
Federal prosecutors have charged four more defendants in the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, India, as a Chicago man prepares to go to trial in the case.
A Highland Park resident was arrested in Romania Feb. 10 and charged with conspiring to aid terrorists in Afghanistan by attempting to obtain and sell anti-aircraft missiles and other weapons to the Taliban.
The lawyer for a Lebanese immigrant accused of trying to set off a bomb in Wrigleyville last year said Wednesday that his client is “remorseful” about what happened.