Men Charged in Boston Beheading Plot to Appear in Court

Two New England men are due in court in Boston on Friday for a hearing tied to charges they plotted to help the militant group Islamic State by beheading Massachusetts police officers. David Wright and Nicholas Rovinski will appear for a detention hearing in U.S. District Court in Boston. Wright was arrested by police in Boston on June 2, the same day that officers shot dead a third man, Usaamah Abdullah Rahim, while trying to question him about the beheading plot.