A U.S. appeals court has largely refused to reverse the convictions of five Muslims convicted in 2008 of plotting to attack U.S. military bases.
Two men convicted of plotting a terrorist attack on Fort Dix, N.J., were given long prison sentences Wednesday, observers said.
Jurors in the trial of five Muslim immigrants accused of planning a terror attack on Fort Dix in New Jersey resumed deliberations for a fifth day Sunday.
One of the men facing charges for an alleged terror plot targeting New Jersey's Fort Dix sought out police assistance on the matter, a witness alleges.
Five Muslim immigrants wanted to conduct a terror attack on the Army's Fort Dix in New Jersey to kill U.S. soldiers, a prosecutor alleged Monday.
Agron Abdullahu was sentenced Monday to 20 months in federal prison for his role in what police said was a plot to kill soldiers at Fort Dix in New Jersey.
A New Jersey man charged with supplying weapons to five alleged terrorists plans to plead guilty to a single charge, his attorney said Tuesday.
A federal judge in New Jersey delayed the trial of suspected terrorists, the "Fort Dix Six," for two months Tuesday to give lawyers more time to prepare.
The six men caught up in an alleged plot to attack Fort Dix, the Army base in South Jersey, were arraigned Thursday in federal court in Camden.
The father of a New Jersey man charged in an alleged terrorism plot fears he could lose his business as customers shun his Cookstown, N.J., pizzeria.