- Judge orders inquiry of FBI witness tampering accusation Updated: Apr-30-15 8:20 pm
SALT LAKE CITY - A federal judge in Utah has assigned a magistrate to investigate claims that the FBI pressured a former government operative into backing out of testifying in a lawsuit accusing the agency of failing to adequately search its files for additional videos of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.
- Editorials from around New York Updated: Apr-22-15 12:20 pm
Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New York's newspapers:
- Ex-justice official says bombing showcased security, liberty Updated: Apr-20-15 6:10 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Threats posed by terrorist attacks like the Oklahoma City bombing force Americans to question the balance between security and civil liberties, a former Department of Justice official said Monday.
- Where US sees terror prevention, some Muslims see profiling Updated: Apr-20-15 12:18 pm
MISSION VIEJO, California - Sameer Mohiuddin grew more confused by the second as panelists speaking at his Southern California mosque trumpeted a new national initiative to prevent violent extremism.
- Empty chairs honor 168 victims of Oklahoma City bombing Updated: Apr-19-15 5:40 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - Every day when Dr. Rosslyn Biggs goes to work as a federal government veterinarian she is reminded of her mother, one of 168 people killed in the Oklahoma City bombing and honored Sunday on the 20th anniversary of the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil until Sept. 11, 2001.
- Time plus distance help some Oklahoma City victims move on Updated: Apr-18-15 4:10 pm
OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma City bombing thrust Diane Koch into the life of a crime victim's advocate for 13 years, until she realized she had to leave the state to start a new chapter of life.
- McVeigh defense archive shows bomber viewed blast as failure Updated: Apr-17-15 4:20 pm
AUSTIN, Texas - Timothy McVeigh considered the bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building 20 years ago somewhat of a failure, viewed himself as a "Paul Revere-type messenger" and even suggested his defense team should receive $800,000 from the government, according an archive of documents donated by the convicted bomber's lead attorney.
- AP Was There: Original AP report of Oklahoma bombing Updated: Apr-17-15 3:58 pm
EDITOR'S NOTE: On April 19, 1995, a former U.S. Army soldier parked a rented Ryder truck packed with explosives outside a federal building in Oklahoma City. The blast killed 168 people and injured more than 500 others, and the attack is the worst homegrown terror attack on American soil.