CHICAGO (AP)–A federal judge has pushed back by nearly nine months the trial of a 20-year-old suburban man accused of trying to ignite a bomb outside a Chicago bar.
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BENTON, Ill. (AP) — A Chicago man accused of mailing threats of beheadings, bombings and other violence to Southern Illinois University’s Carbondale campus soon will learn if he can be released on bond.
CHICAGO (AP) — A suburban Chicago man has been charged with trying to travel overseas to support the Islamic State group.
BENTON, Ill. (AP) — Federal prosecutors are seeking a psychiatric examination for a Chicago man accused of mailing threats to Southern Illinois University’s Carbondale campus, citing what they call his “pattern of disturbing behavior.”
BENTON, Ill. (AP) — A Chicago man who federal prosecutors accuse of mailing threats to Southern Illinois University’s Carbondale campus will remain jailed at least a few more days.
CHICAGO (AP)–An appeals court in Chicago has denied a terrorism suspect’s request that a full court consider the question of whether his defense can see secret intelligence-court records.
CHICAGO (AP) — A Chicago man charged with mailing threats of rapes, killings, bombings and beheadings to Southern Illinois University’s Carbondale campus will get a chance to make his case for being eligible for bond.
CHICAGO (AP) — A federal appeals court in Chicago has thrown defense lawyers, journalists and members of the general public out of a hearing regarding secret intelligence-court documents, then went into secret session.
We hear all kinds of reports from the government and media about the alleged civil war in Syria. Native Moussa Raei provided us with his opinions of what is going on.
Moussa Raei is a native of Syria who currently resides in Palm Springs, CA. His wife Amy is an Oneida native and R.O.V.A. High School graduate. Moussa disagrees with much of what we hear in the news and from our government regarding a civil war in his native country. We discussed his feelings and opinions on the WGIL Morning News.
CHICAGO (AP)–A judge will decide whether to heed prosecutors’ request that three protesters accused of plotting Molotov cocktail attacks at a 2012 NATO summit in Chicago serve more than a decade in prison.