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Pair accused of using Internet to aid in terrorupdated: Thu Oct 20 2011 13:56:00

Two foreigners, including one who was a legal resident of the United States, have been charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists in an indictment from Pennsylvania.

'Jihad Jane' ally pleads guilty to terrorism chargeupdated: Tue Mar 08 2011 17:10:00

A Colorado woman charged with conspiring to provide material support to terrorists pleaded guilty on Tuesday, according to a U.S. Justice Department statement.

2010: Who is Colleen LaRose?updated: Tue Feb 01 2011 15:37:00

From March 2010: CNN's Susan Candiotti reports on the Pennsylvania woman accused of trying to recruit terrorists.

Woman called 'Jihad Jane' pleads guiltyupdated: Tue Feb 01 2011 15:37:00

Colleen LaRose, the woman who authorities say called herself "Jihad Jane" on YouTube, has changed her mind about fighting government charges that she was plotting to wage violent jihad overseas. She pleaded guilty to all counts Tuesday at a federal change-of-plea hearing in Philadelphia.

Lawyer: 'Jihad Jane' plans to plead guiltyupdated: Mon Jan 31 2011 06:27:00

Colleen LaRose, the woman who authorities say called herself "Jihad Jane" on YouTube, has changed her mind about fighting government charges that she was plotting to wage violent jihad overseas.

Colorado mom pleads not guilty in terror caseupdated: Wed Apr 07 2010 16:51:00

A Colorado woman indicted on terror charges pleaded not guilty at her arraignment Wednesday in federal court in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Colorado mom charged in terror case 'overwhelmed and distraught'updated: Sun Apr 04 2010 01:39:00

A Colorado woman who was indicted on terrorism charges Friday is "overwhelmed and distraught and very much in tears with concern for her son," her lawyer said Saturday.

Colorado woman indicted on terror chargesupdated: Sat Apr 03 2010 00:52:00

A Colorado woman who was arrested in Ireland reportedly as part of an investigation into a conspiracy to commit murder has been indicted on terror charges in the United States, prosecutors said Friday.

LaRose's secret life?updated: Thu Mar 18 2010 23:22:00

Did Colleen LaRose lead a double life? Her ex-boyfriend talks to CNN's Susan Candiotti.

'Jihad Jane' suspect pleads not guiltyupdated: Thu Mar 18 2010 23:22:00

The American woman who authorities say called herself "Jihad Jane" pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that she tried to help terrorists and kill someone in another country.

2 charged in 'plot to kill Swedish cartoonist'updated: Tue Mar 16 2010 09:35:00

Irish authorities said Tuesday they have charged two men who were reportedly part of an international plot to kill a controversial Swedish cartoonist.

Colorado mom to freed detainee: Please call homeupdated: Mon Mar 15 2010 19:00:00

The mother of a Colorado woman detained by Irish authorities is pleading for her daughter to get in touch now that the woman has been released.

Irish police: U.S. woman whom paper had tied to alleged plot is freedupdated: Sat Mar 13 2010 22:18:00

A Colorado woman who the Wall Street Journal said was arrested as part of an investigation into a conspiracy to commit murder was released from custody Saturday, Irish police said.

Police say suspect in terror plot attempted suicide in 2005updated: Thu Mar 11 2010 13:07:00

Colleen LaRose, the Pennsylvania woman indicted for allegedly conspiring to support terrorists and kill a person in a foreign country, attempted to commit suicide in 2005, according to a police report filed at the time.

Profiling Colleen LaRoseupdated: Wed Mar 10 2010 15:30:00

CNN's John Roberts sits down with terrorism experts to profile the woman accused of trying to recruit terrorists.

Jihad Jane, American who lived on Main Streetupdated: Wed Mar 10 2010 15:30:00

The Pennsylvania woman who dubbed herself Jihad Jane is an American who lived literally on Main Street in an apartment where she spent much time online, posting messages saying she was "desperate to do something" to help Muslims.

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