Trial To Begin For Accused 'Underwear Bomber'A Nigerian man charged with trying to bring down an airliner near Detroit is going to trial for the 2009 Christmas Day terrorist attack.
No Competency Hearing For Accused Underwear BomberA federal judge in Detroit says a competency hearing isn't necessary for a Nigerian man accused of trying to blow up a Detroit-bound jetliner.
Feds Judge: Stick With Oct. Trial In Terror CaseFederal prosecutors in Detroit are urging a judge to reject a postponement of the fall trial of a Nigerian accused of trying to blow up a plane on Christmas Day 2009.
Government To Expand Airline Passenger Protection RulesPassengers arriving in the U.S. from overseas or waiting to take off for another country soon won't be faced with getting stuck on the tarmac for hours and hours.
Xmas Day ‘Underwear Bomber’ Back In Court
Southwest-AirTran Deal Means More Options For Some
"Underwear Bomber" Wants To Represent Himself
Dutch Prosecutors Say Yemenis Freed
Dutch: Yemeni Airline Suspects Likely To Be Freed
Report: Passengers Grumble Over 5-Hour Flight Delay