McQuade: No Plea Deal For AbdulmutallabU.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade said there is no deal in place for Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who has plead guilty to a failed attempt to bring down an international flight over Detroit with a bomb in his underwe
Underwear Bomber's Sudden Plea: Legal Experts Weigh InWhy the sudden change of heart?
Opening Arguments Begin In 'Underwear Bomber' Trial The standby lawyer for Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab has waived his opening statement to jurors until later in the trial.
'Underwear Bomber' Attorney "Disappointed" With Juror SelectionThe "stand by" attorney for a Nigerian charged with trying to destroy an international flight with a bomb on behalf of al-Qaida, says he is disappointed with the jurors that were picked.
Final Jury Selected In 'Underwear Bomber' CaseA 12-member jury and 4 alternates have been selected for the trial of a Nigerian man accused of trying to blow up a plane over the skies of Detroit.
Final Jury Pool Settled In 'Underwear Bomber' Case47 people have made the final cut as prospective jurors in the trial of a man charged with a failed terrorist attack on a Detroit-bound plane.
Jury Selection Continues In 'Underwear Bomber' TrialAnother full day of jury selection is expected in the trial of a man charged in a failed Christmas 2009 terrorist attack on a plane near Detroit.
Al-Qaida Cleric Linked To Underwear Bombing Killed In AirstrikeAmerican and Yemeni officials confirm al-Qaida cleric Anwar al-Awlaki has been killed during an airstrike in Yemen. The American-born Muslim has been linked to the attempted underwear bombing in 2009.
Judge Rules On Admissibility Of Evidence In 'Underwear Bomber' CaseA federal judge in Detroit rules on the admissibility of evidence in the case of the alleged underwear bomber.
Jury Pool Whittled In 'Underwear Bomber' CaseA judge has excused several potential jurors in the case of the Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, accused of wearing a bomb inside his underwear on Christmas 2009.
Underwear Bomber Returns To CourtA week before jury selection, lawyers and a man accused of trying to blow up a Detroit-bound jetliner are returning to court to discuss the process.
Judge Rules Underwear Bomb Suspect's Statements Will Be HeardA federal judge in Detroit has ruled that "national security exception" excused the FBI agents from not giving the accused "Underwear Bomber" his Miranda warning.
Agent Defends No Miranda For 'Underwear Bomber'An agent testified that FBI interviewing a man accused of trying to blow up a Detroit-bound flight didn't read him his rights because they wanted to know if other bombers were in the air.
Security Heightened In Detroit For ‘Underwear Bomber’ Jury SelectionSecurity will be tight at federal court in Detroit Wednesday as the beginning stages of jury selection get underway in the trial of terror suspect Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab.
Jury Selection To Begin In Trial For 'Underwear Bomber'The jury selection process gets underway this week in the case of a man accused of trying to blow-up a jetliner in Christmas Day, 2009.