Scottish Prosecutors: 2 Libyans Are Lockerbie Bomb SuspectsU.S. Department of Justice spokesman Marc Raimondi said Thursday that "we remain committed to pursuing justice on behalf of the victims of this terrorist attack."
Memorial Held To Mark 25th Anniversary Of Lockerbie BombingSaturday marked the 25th anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. Two hundred and seventy people were killed in the terror attack.
Investigation Continues 25 Years After Lockerbie BombingOn December 21, 1988, the 747 bound from London Heathrow to JFK Airport exploded and fell out of the sky over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Man Convicted Of Bombing Pan-Am Flight 103 Dies At Home A New Jersey woman whose daughter was killed in the 1988 Lockerbie bombing says the death of the only person ever convicted in the case should not be used as an excuse to end any ongoing investigations into who planned and carried out the blast.
NY Sculptor Seeks Home For Tribute To Victims Of Pan Am Flight 103 Terror BombingSuse Lowenstein, who lives in Montauk, N.Y., on the far eastern tip of Long Island, has the massive sculpture, called "Dark Elegy," on display in her backyard garden.
Tri-State, Nation Reacts To Death Of Libyan Leader Moammar GadhafiOfficials say Moammar Gadhafi, who ruled Libya for more than four decades, was captured and killed Thursday after his hometown of Sirte fell to revolutionary forces.
Bert Ammerman, Brother Of Pan Am Flight 103 Victim, Finds Relief In Gadhafi's DeathAs reports of Moammar Gadhafi’s death flooded the airwaves Thursday, Bert Ammerman took a moment to reflect.
Susan Cohen, Whose Daughter Was Killed In Pan Am 103 Bombing, Reacts To Report Of Gadhafi's DeathGadhafi was alleged to be behind the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 back in 1988. The 747 exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing 259 people on board and 11 on the ground.
Relatives Of Lockerbie Victims Set To MarryTwo New Jersey natives united in tragedy are getting married.
Doctor: Experts Agreed On Lockerbie Bomber HealthA cancer specialist who advised Scotland's government over the release of the Lockerbie bomber on Thursday defended the assessment of medical experts that the prisoner had only three months to live.