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NYPD Dispatches Counterterror Officers to Landmarks Following Paris Attack

The NYPD is shifting its resources following the attack on Charlie Hebdo.

Park Slope »

Haunted House Prides Itself on Fainting, Crying Customers

At the Walls of Darkness haunted house, customers pay $30 to be scared out of their wits.

Harlem »

Jose Pimentel Indicted in 'Lone Wolf' Terror Case

Jose Pimentel plotted to "harm" the U.S. government, according to an indictment filed by prosecutors.

Downtown »

City Remembers 1993 WTC Bombing on 19th Anniversary

The city paused on Feb. 26, 2012 to remember the victims of the 1993 WTC attack.

Downtown »

Firm Apologizes for Project that Looks Like Exploding Twin Towers

Dutch architectural firm MVRDV apologizes over South Korean project that evokes terror attack. 

Harlem »

Grand Jury Postponed in Jose Pimentel Terror Case

Grand Jury action has been pushed back a month for WaHi bomb plot suspect Jose Pimentel.

Manhattan »

Role of NYPD's Informant Led FBI to Drop Jose Pimentel Terror Case

Murray Weiss has got the inside story on why the FBI didn't pursue the Jose Pimentel bomb plot case.

Manhattan »

Hamilton Heights Man Arrested for Alleged Terror Bomb Plot, Officials Say

Police arrested a man Saturday who's accused of making pipe bombs to attack police patrol cars, postage facilities and military personnel returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan.

Downtown »

Residents Shed Tears for Family and Friends at 9/11 Memorial

Thousands of Lower Manhattan residents came to the 9/11 Memorial on Oct. 2, 2011 for a gathering of the community.

Downtown »

Thousands Commemorate 10th Anniversary of 9/11 at World Trade Center Site

The city marked the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 with a solemn ceremony at the flourishing World Trade Center site.

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5,000 Join Hands in Battery Park City for 9/11 Anniversary

Some 5,000 people participated in the "Chain of Humanity" on Sept. 10, 2011, forming a massive chain that began in Battery Park to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of 9/11.

Manhattan »

Stolen Vans Not Believed to Be Connected to 9/11 Anniversary Terror Threat

Three vans have been stolen in the New York area in recent days, but officials are cautioning against connecting the thefts to a 9/11 Anniversary terror plot.

Manhattan »

Times Square Bomber's Money Man Pleads Guilty

Mohammad Younis, 45, pleaded guilty Thursday to conducting illegal money transfers, including to Times Square bomber Faisal Shahzad.  

Downtown »

World Trade Center Cross Lowered into 9/11 Memorial

The World Trade Center Cross was lowered into its place at the 9/11 Memorial Saturday.

Midtown & Theater District »

Suspect in Manhattan Synagogue Plot Blames His Alleged Accomplice

Mohamed Mamdouh, 20, of Queens, said that he was "at the wrong place at the wrong time," according to a report.