A federal judge in Miami will begin the process of re-sentencing of convicted terrorism plotter Jose Padilla.
Bus and rail passengers beware: a terrorism drill is planned for Saturday at The Miami Intermodal Center at Miami International Airport.
Faced with potentially billions of dollars in legal liability, Chiquita Brands International is asking a federal appeals court to block lawsuits filed against it in the U.S. by thousands of Colombians whose relatives were killed in that country’s bloody, decades-long civil war.
A Florida teen accused of conspiring to aid al-Qaida has pleaded not guilty in federal court.
The United States State Department issued a rare worldwide travel alert to U.S. citizen about a potential terrorist attack, “particularly in the Middle East and North Africa.”
So what does Cuba have in common with Syria and the Sudan? They’re all on the State Department’s list state sponsors of terrorism and feds have no intention of taking them off.
An FBI informant gives a first hand account of infiltrating terrorist groups to aid U.S. intelligence.
One of two Oakland Park brothers accused of having ties to terrorism is seeking release on bail.
South 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.
After a long day of mayhem, with reporters and police at odds on whether the person responsible for the Boston bombing had been arrested or not, a South Florida man said that the event hit him a little too close to home.