Suicide Bombing Kills At Least 80 In Afghanistan's Capital A massive suicide bombing in Afghanistan's capital has killed at least 80 people and injured more than 350 others.
Indictment Issued For Man Accused In Target Store Bomb PlotA thwarted bombing plot by a Florida man could land him behind bars for a very long time.
Boston Marathon Bombing Survivor To Marry Man Who Saved Her A woman who lost her leg during the Boston Marathon bombing is engaged to a firefighter who saved her.
Official Says Prints, Footage Helped ID Suspect In NY, NJ BombingsThe man wanted in the blasts that rocked New York City and New Jersey was captured after a shootout with police that started when he was found sleeping in a bar doorway, authorities say.
S. Florida Russian Community Reacts To Bombing SuspectsSouth Florida's Russian community, mostly concentrated around Sunny Isle Beach, like everyone, was shocked when those pressure cooker bombs exploded near the finish line at the Boston Marathon.
Local Marathoner Narrowly Misses Boston BombingMonday, 26,000 runners lined up for the Boston Marathon not knowing the horror that would await many of them at the finish line. Among the runners in Boston that fateful day was Miami Beach lawyer Tom Nealon.
S. Fla. Running Community Reacts To Boston Marathon BombingsMore than 100 runners from South Florida raced in the Boston Marathon and so far there have been no reports of anyone from the area with injuries but there were some very scary moments.
S. Fla. Pearl Harbor Survivor Recalls Fateful DayAbe Stein says he still remembers the attack on Pearl Harbor, "like it was yesterday."
Remember Pearl HarborThe moon landing, the assassination of JFK, the 9/11 attacks, the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. They are events and days that defined recent American history like no others.
Posada Carriles Hopes To Escape From Castro's "Terrorist" LabelHe has been called one of the world’s most dangerous terrorists, but Luis Posada Carriles insists he concentrates on art, not terror
Ex-CIA Agent's Attorneys Say Reporter Exaggerated Bomb PlanAttorneys for a former CIA operative on trial for perjury argued Friday that a journalist exaggerated when she reported that their client admitted planning deadly 1997 bombings at Cuban tourists sites.