Two Texas men have been arrested on charges of supporting terrorism.
Rahatul Ashikim Khan of the Austin suburb of Round Rock and Michael Todd Wolfe of Austin, both 23, face up to 15 years in federal prison if convicted of conspiring to provide material support to terrorists, according to the federal Justice Department and the Central Texas Joint Terrorism Task Force. Both men were arrested Tuesday and have a hearing scheduled Friday.
Khan is accused of conspiring to recruit people in 2011 to travel overseas to support terrorist activities. Wolfe planned to travel to Syria to help radical groups fighting there, according to the criminal complaints filed against them.