Stephanie Wilson discovered the letter in 2012. Now DNAinfo has found the man who said he wrote it.
Patrick Campbell, of Sierra Leone, allegedly wanted to sell 1,000 tons of uranium to Iran.
Feds probe disappearance of three semi-automatic weapons from locked safe in firearm trainer's home.
Gail Mellow will advise the Department of Homeland Security about education and campus security issues.
Police descended on Midtown Friday morning in response to a "credible, but not corroborated" terrorist threat against New York.
Officials including Mayor Bloomberg acknowleged a credible but uncorroborated terror threat against New York City.
Hundreds of NYPD officers participated in emergency response drills that simulated a terrorist attack on Tuesday.
The Department of Justice will doll out $298 million to local police agencies, but the NYPD won't get a dime.
The Manhattan program, which has been criticized as ineffective, is the nation's only dirty bomb detection system.
More than 1,000 cases of identity fraud have been discovered by the program, which compares driver's license photos.
Lower Manhattan's top elected officials want the agency to conduct a risk assessment of the Chinatown street.
A group of Downtown politicians want the federal government to help reopen the long-closed Chinatown stretch.
Ray LaHood tells Chinatown Working Group he will contact Dept. of Homeland Security.
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