Chicago area residents who have been called for jury duty are in a federal courtroom today (Tuesday) talking about their prejudices against muslims and the Islamic faith. Judge Harry Leinenweber is asking people about their biases as he tries to seat a jury in the terrorism trial of Chicagoan
Jurors will start answering questions Tuesday morning to see if they can give a fair hearing to a Chicago man accused of terrorism. But one juror doesn’t have to show up to Tuesday's hearing. She has tickets to a taping of Oprah, so the judge said she didn’t have to come to court until W
Two terrorism cases now winding their way through the federal court system have links to Pakistan: One involves a Chicago businessman who stands accused of helping plot the 2008 attacks on Mumbai, India.
Jury selection gets under way Monday in the trial of a Chicago man accused of helping plan terrorist attacks in India and Denmark.Federal prosecutors say Tahawwur Rana ran an immigration services company on Devon Avenue on Chicago's far North Side.