Former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner is being investigated by federal and local law-enforcement agencies following reports that he exchanged sexually explicit text messages and suggestive photos with a 15-year-old girl, officials said Thursday. The Daily Mail reported Wednesday that Weiner had exchanged the messages and photos with the girl.
The wife of Ahmad Rahami, the man charged with detonating bombs in New York and New Jersey, has returned the U.S. days after she voluntarily went to federal agents in the United Arab Emirates and gave them a statement, law-enforcement officials said.
News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. Two men may have inadvertently defused a second pressure-cooker bomb Saturday night To the two men casually strolling through a Manhattan side street Saturday night, the rolling bag appeared to be nothing more than a perfectly good piece of abandoned luggage.
Federal terrorism investigators looked into claims made two years ago by the father of the New York bomb suspect that he was a terrorist, but dropped the matter when the father recanted, according to a law-enforcement official familiar with the investigation.
Authorities, aided by technology, tips and luck, wrapped up a tension-filled weekend with the arrest Monday of a man suspected of setting off homemade bombs in New York and New Jersey that injured 29 people.
NEW YORK-Counterterrorism agents were combing through surveillance videos as they hunted for a bomb maker who set off an explosion in New York Saturday night that injured 29 people, putting the city on high alert.
Three violent attacks over the weekend that left almost 40 people injured remained shrouded in questions, but together they fueled growing fears among authorities about terror assaults by small groups, lone wolves or simply deranged individuals. Police said a man dressed as a security guard injured nine people in knife attacks late Saturday at a...
Authorities in New York have determined that a bomb placed outside an empty building under renovation caused the "huge explosion" that rocked Manhattan Saturday night, injuring 29 people, and turning a busy area of the city into a large crime scene.
An explosion that is being treated by authorities as "an intentional act" rocked a busy Manhattan neighborhood injuring 29 people, many of whom were struck by shattered glass and flying debris from the blast.
Authorities in New York City are on the scene of a garbage-can explosion that rocked lower Manhattan, injuring several people, officials said Saturday night. The explosion took place shortly after 8:30 p.m., they said, around 133 West 23rd St. in the lower Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea.
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