A federal judge in Miami will decide if key computer related evidence against a Kenyan man accused of supporting foreign terrorist organizations should be tossed.
Miami-Dade Commissioners passed a resolution on Monday which urged the federal government to revoke the citizenship and passports of any United States citizen who fights for the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
President Barack Obama called the murder of Miami journalist Steven Sotloff “a horrific act of violence” and said the nation grieves with his loved ones.
The news of 31-year-old Steven Sotloff’s death, at the hands of ISIS militants, has devastated some neighbors of Pinecrest where his family lives.
Cuba’s Interior Ministry has announced that four Cuban exiles from Miami were arrested after they allegedly planned to carry out terrorist attacks on military installations.
A South Florida man accused with is brother in a terrorism support investigation is accused trying to orchestrate a terrorist attack in New York City.
Actor Mark Wahlberg has apologized for asserting that he would have stopped terrorists from flying an airliner into New York’s World Trade Center on Sept. 11 if he had been on the plane.
An attorney for a South Florida Muslim cleric accused of supporting the Taliban in Pakistan has asked the judge to release his client from jail until his trial.
A six month-long CBS4 I-Team investigation has uncovered a disturbing rise in the number of extremist groups. Those who monitor these movements say they haven’t seen this much activity since the days before Timothy McVeigh and the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building.