A federal appeals court has heard arguments in the case of a Nigerian man who tried to blow up a Detroit-bound jet on Christmas 2009.
Travelers say they’ve heard about the security alerts but are carrying on with their trips overseas and in the U.S.
Mich. Rep. Conyers says FBI surveillance is too “far-reaching,” while Director Mueller says it could have prevented 9/11.
Charges have been dismissed against a Saudi man arrested at Detroit Metro Airport after a pressure cooker was found in his bag.
A Detroit teen has been charged with domestic terrorism for an alleged threat against the St. Mary’s Polish Country Fair.
Police in Dearborn are trying to understand why a pressure cooker was left in the restroom of the Adoba Hotel, forcing the evacuation of guests until the early morning hours.
Prosecutors say Sean Quigley lied that he had explosives and held an employee hostage.
Investigators made a “clear identification” of a suspect in the bombings with surveillance video.
After two explosions at the Boston Marathon, many are already asking if this was an act of terror.
Raulie Casteel waived his right to a hearing Friday to determine if prosecutors have enough evidence in the Oakland County case.