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UPDATED: Mon., Aug. 5, 2019, 1:28 p.m.

Mexico: Texas shooting ‘act of terrorism’ against Mexicans

Mexico’s government said it considers a shooting at a crowded department store in El Paso, Texas that left seven of its citizens dead an “act of terrorism” against Mexicans and …


Investigation of Kevin Harpham’s 2011 planned MLK March bombing in Spokane turned terrorism into an FBI case study

Hundreds of marchers gathered in downtown Spokane on the morning of Jan. 17, 2011, for speeches and a show of solidarity as part of the the Martin Luther King Jr. …


Fire at Planned Parenthood clinic in Pullman ruled arson

An early-morning fire at Planned Parenthood in Pullman on Friday was arson, according to the Pullman Fire Department and the Inland Northwest Joint Terrorism Task Force. The fire, which started …


More charges in terror case

A reputed white supremacist convicted last month of a gun charge related to an alleged domestic terrorism plot has been indicted by a grand jury for an alleged identity theft …


Harpham trial rescheduled over MLK Jr. memorial dedication

A dedication ceremony for a Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Washington, D.C., prompted a federal judge on Friday to delay the trial of a man accused of planting a …


Judge delays Harpham trial

A dedication ceremony for a Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Washington, D.C., prompted a federal judge on Friday to delay the trial of a man accused of planting a …


Bomb plot trial delayed till August

The trial of domestic terrorism suspect Kevin W. Harpham was delayed Friday from May 31 to Aug. 22 following a request for more time from defense attorneys. Kim Deater, of …


MLK bomb suspect indicted on new charges

A grand jury indicted Martin Luther King, Jr. march bomb suspect Kevin William Harpham on a federal hate crime charge today.


U.S. attorney wants Harpham records sealed

Federal authorities want to block the unsealing of court records related to the arrest of domestic terrorism suspect Kevin W. Harpham. In a 13-page response Wednesday to a request by …


Postings reveal bomb suspect’s views

He grew up in rural Eastern Washington, played football in high school and worked at a fast-food restaurant as a teen. Childhood friends remember him as quiet and normal – …


Downtown bomb linked to hate crimes

The hunt for the person who left the bomb targeting marchers in Monday’s Martin Luther King Jr. parade will focus on two aspects: forensics and the region’s violent history with …


Man Held In Bombing That Killed Boy, Hurt Mother Suspect Allegedly Felt Teen Had Cheated Him On Deal Arranged Over The Internet

An Indiana man sent a pipe bomb that killed a 17-year-old Vermonter after an Internet deal went sour, authorities said Friday. Chris Dean, 35, of Pierceton, Ind., was arrested in …


Agencies Combine Bombing Probes New Task Force Studies Blast At Alabama Abortion Clinic And Three Atlanta Explosions

Federal officials announced the merger Tuesday of their investigations into three Atlanta bombings with the probe of a blast at a Birmingham, Ala., abortion clinic. The announcement made no mention …


Feds Pursue Kehoe Lead In Bombing Fragments From 1996 Spokane City Hall Blast To Be Compared With Parts Found In Motor Home

Federal investigators will compare fragments from a 1996 bombing at Spokane’s City Hall with bomb parts found in an abandoned motor home used by Chevie and Cheyne Kehoe. The tests …


Kehoe Tied To Bombing At City Hall In ‘Dateline’ Interview, Cheyne Claims Chevie Detonated Device To Further ‘White State’ Cause

One of the notorious Kehoe brothers is accusing another of setting off the bomb that rattled Spokane’s City Hall and its employees two years ago. Cheyne Kehoe names his older …


Man Accused Of Using Letter To Make Anthrax Threat Police Say ‘Powdery Substance’ Was Sent With Payment To Collection Agency

Lawrence Edward Pagnano had a $53 payment due, so he sent a oney order for that amount to a Phoenix collection agency. But the envelope also contained a “black and …


Surrender, Victim Tells Bomber Nurse Who Was Maimed In Clinic Bombing Tells Fugitive His Action Changes Nothing

Emily Lyons, talks to reporters at University Hospital in Birmingham, Ala., Monday. With her is her husband, Jeff. Photo by Associated Press


Officials: New Evidence Links Olympic, Abortion Clinic Bombs

Federal authorities have uncovered physical evidence that for the first time links the fatal bombing at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta with bomb attacks at Atlanta-area abortion clinics in …


Feds Search For Bomber Agents Cruise Rural Roads Of Western North Carolina

Federal agents cruised around rural mountain roads in western North Carolina on Sunday in their continuing search for the suspect in the nation’s first fatal bombing of an abortion clinic. …


Feds Hunt Suspect In Clinic Bombing Man Reportedly Has Ties To Aryan Nations In Idaho

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What About Kaczynski’s Cabin? After 1,100-Mile Road Journey To Sacramento, Its Future Unclear After Guilty Plea

Just a month ago, Theodore Kaczynski’s grimy, wooden, one-room cabin was destined to be a critical piece of evidence in the high-profile Unabomber trial. Now, Kaczynski has pleaded guilty to …


Victims Feel Mix Of Emotions Relief, Outrage Blend At Life Term For Unabomber

Bombing victim Dr. Charles Epstein, seen also in a TV monitor, told reporters Ted Kaczynski is “a coward.” Photo by Associated Press


Kaczynski Plea Foils A Full Explanation Questions Left Unanswered Include How He Chose Victims, Who Was Last Bomb For?

The sudden end to the Unabomber case with the guilty plea entered by Theodore Kaczynski threatens to leave many questions hanging that otherwise might have been answered during a trial. …


Kaczynski Pleads Guilty To Bombings Montana Hermit Admits He’s The Unabomber In Exchange For Life Sentence

A drawing shows Theodore Kaczynski pleading guilty Thursday in a Sacramento, Calif., courtroom. Photo by Associated Press


Kehoe Implicates Brother In Bombing Cheyne Kehoe Says He Has Knowledge Of Chevie’s Role In Attack On A Federal Building

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Will Waiting Unabomber Jurors Be Tainted By News Reports?

While the world has watched the Unabomber trial unravel, jurors chosen a month ago and told to insulate themselves from the news media were left to wait and wonder what’s …


Judge Wants Kaczynski To Keep Federal Lawyers

The presiding judge in the Unabomber case wants defendant Theodore Kaczynski to keep his federal defenders if possible, and has scheduled a hearing on Tuesday to address the matter. Dr. …


Nichols’ Mom Says Death Would Have Been Better

Terry Nichols’ mother says she would rather have seen her son executed than have to face a long life in prison for something she says he did not do, The …


Kaczynski Begins Psychiatric Exam

After months of steadfastly refusing to cooperate with government mental experts, alleged Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski on Monday submitted to an exam by a court-appointed psychiatrist. Legal experts, including a former …


Judge Orders Psychiatric Test For Kaczynski Burrell Warns Unabomber Suspect To Cooperate, Or Be Sent To A Mental Institution

A federal judge appointed a prison psychiatrist Friday to determine whether Theodore Kaczynski is competent to stand trial, then sternly warned the Unabomber suspect to cooperate. Defense attorney Judy Clarke …