The couple had been cruising the world on a yacht.
Seriously though, he's going to be in prison for decades.
Abdiwali Muse apologizes and pleads guilty.
The pirate, who has displayed a range of emotions since his arrest for the hijacking of the Maersk 'Alabama,' has leveled out.
"Ransom me once, shame on you. Ransom me twice, shame on me," says the container ship.
The Navy is investigating whether its own sniper team engaged in a little piracy themselves.
Abduwali Abdukhadir Muse, the lone survivor of the group of Somali pirates that attempted to hijack the Maersk Alabama last month, pleaded not guilty today. And he had some other things to say, too.
Remember the whole pirate thing? No? Maybe a little?
"They hit my room, man, blew up my bed!"
His employers should have supplied his crewmates and him with guns, obviously.
But will it be enough if Somalia doesn't have access to better swashbuckling weapons?
We talk to an expert about what's going to happen to New York's most smiley new buccaneer.
What the hell, let's just try him as an adult, then.
It's like he finally realized what a rotten situation this is.
The teenage Somali pirate who survived his own crew's attack on the Maersk Alabama arrived in New York last night.
The American ship crew that famously survived a pirate attack finally made it home last night, and they made no secret about what they were up to.