In multiple pictures and videos posted online, Wilson can be seen holding a shield, fighting with counterprotesters and standing next to James Fields during the rally.
Shahed Hussain was a witness in two terrorism cases after working for the FBI as a paid informant.
On Friday, Taylor Wilson, who a year ago was armed with a loaded pistol when he pulled the emergency brake aboard an Amtrak train in southwest Nebraska was sentenced by a federal judge to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to terrorism and illegal gun charges.
Several of the group's radicalized members were set for release when the organization was uncovered.
The men were plotting an operation with hand grenades, automatic weapons, explosive belts and a car bomb.
Pastor Andrew Brunson is detained in Turkey, accused of links to the terror organization behind a failed coup.
The system has the ability to scan the bodies of 2,000 passengers per hour.
"Confronting multilateralism is not a sign of strength. Rather, it is a symptom of a weakness of intellect," the Iranian president told the U.N. General Assembly.
Sunday marks 98 years since a 100-pound bomb turned the iconic street into a scene of bloody chaos.
Each anniversary of the 9/11 attacks prompts reflections on the war: Are Americans safer or did it go too far?
Support for authoritarian governments is likely to foment extremist resistance in fragile states, new analysis argues.
The Trump administration's policies now outrank political extremists, migration, climate change and even terrorism as a top fear in Germany's annual poll.
Nguyen James Han and Phan Angel were both sentenced to 14 years in jail for their alleged role in an attempted airport bombing.
The kingdom executed 146 people last year, the third highest figure of any country.
Some militants are still fighting while others are "hiding out in sympathetic communities and urban areas," according to a new U.N. report.
Russia's envoy to Argentina said he had "information indicating that terrorists probably consider using Latin America for their criminal goals."
Tatour was convicted of inciting violence and supporting terrorist groups through poems posted to social media.
The 65-year-old hopes to become prime minister as Pakistanis head to the polls.
The intersection of Bastille Day and the World Cup final complicates law enforcement efforts in France.
The president sent the British press into a frenzy with a controversial interview to begin his U.K. trip.
Telecom companies will now have to store all user communications for six months.
Lafarge conceded last year it had paid off fighters in Syria to continue operating a plant in the country's north.