Families Clash For 2nd-Straight Day At Terror TrialTensions exploded for the second-consecutive day at a Twin Cities terror trial. Sahra Warsame, the sister of Abdirizak Warsame, was handcuffed and briefly detained Wednesday morning as she and at least 30 others waited to get into court Wednesday morning.
Minneapolis Terror Trial: A TimelineOver the past several years in Minneapolis, federal authorities say 10 young men attempted to provide material support to the terrorist organization ISIS.
Terror Trial Judge Warns Defendant's Mom To Stop ConfrontationsA federal Judge issued a warning to the mother of one of the defendants in the Twin Cities terror trial Tuesday. Abdirahman Daud, Mohamed Farah and Guled Omar are all on trial accused of trying to join ISIS.
FBI Informant Begins Third Day Of Testimony In Terror TrialFederal prosecutors continued their questioning of their key witness in the terror trial</a> involving three Minnesota men. Abdirahman Bashir, 20, was an FBI informant who secretly recorded his friends as they discussed plans to allegedly try and join ISIS.
Jury Hears Secret Recordings By FBI Informant In Terror TrialSecret recordings made by a paid informant were played in court Thursday in the trial of three Twin Cities men accused of trying to join ISIS.
Paid FBI Informant Takes The Stand In Terror TrialIn January of 2015, Abdirahman Bashir became an FBI informant and secretly recorded conversations with the three defendants.
4 Things To Know: Mpls. Terror Trial, Canada Wildfire & MoreFrom the beginning of a terrorism trial in Minneapolis to the latest in the massiave Canada wildfire, here are the four stories to know for Monday, May 9.
Prosecutor: Women Knew Group Involved In TerrorismTwo Minnesota women accused of going door-to-door to raise money for al-Shabab knew the Somali-based group engaged in terrorism and "rejoiced" when they heard about its victories in their war-torn homeland, a prosecutor said Tuesday.