By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
The mixed verdict spares him a life sentence, but it could still result in the 46-year-old Khattala spending decades in prison.
By Sadie Gurman, Associated Press
On this edition for Sunday, Nov. 26, Rep. John Conyers announces he's giving up his post as top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee amid a sexual harassment inquiry. Also, an investigation shows that the FBI did not inform U.S.
By PBS NewsHour
The 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi in Libya killed four Americans, including U.S. ambassador Christopher Stevens. Tomorrow, a jury will continue deliberating in the case of Abu Ahmed Khattala, who is accused of organizing the attack.
Al-Imam faces three charges that were filed in May 2015 but only recently unsealed: killing or conspiring to kill someone during an attack on a federal facility, providing support for terrorists, and using a firearm in connection with a violent…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
By Matthew Lee, Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press
The suspect is in the custody of the Department of Justice and is expected to arrive within the next two days on a military plane, according to one of the officials.
By Joshua Barajas, Jennifer Hijazi, Ilayda Kocak
With the rush of news about the deadly shooting in Las Vegas, and the continuing recovery efforts in Puerto Rico, these five stories may have slipped under your radar.
In our news wrap Monday, federal prosecutors began making their case against Ahmed Abu Khattala, the alleged organizer of the 2012 attack on American outposts in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans. Also, another trial began in Malaysia for two…
By Deb Riechmann, Associated Press
A trial of the suspected mastermind of the 2012 Benghazi, Libya, attacks will unfold this week in a federal courtroom in Washington, three years after he was captured by U.S. special forces in Libya and brought to the U.S. on…
The trial of the suspected mastermind of the 2012 Benghazi, Libya, attacks will be one of the biggest terrorism cases yet for the U.S. Justice Department under a leader who has said it shouldn't be handling such cases.
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