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2,753 Empty Chairs Honor 9/11 Victims at Bryant Park

Bryant Park's normally bustling lawn was transformed into a solemn memorial to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.

Manhattan »

NYPD Commissioner 'Concerned' About Small Plane Terror Threat

NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly said that he was concerned about a recent FBI bulletin saying that terrorists have considered loading small planes with explosives.

Manhattan »

Mayor Bloomberg Defends NYPD's Controversial Counter-Terrorism Efforts

Mayor Michael Bloomberg defended the NYPD Thursday against charges that its counter-terrorism efforts violate Muslims’ civil rights.

Manhattan »

NYPD Blames Counter-Terrorism Criticism on Petty 'Jealousies'

Muslim leaders charged Wednesday that counter-terrorism tactics allegedly used by the NYPD violated their civil rights.

Manhattan »

NYPD Spying on Muslim Communities with Help of CIA, Report Says

The NYPD has used undercover officers to spy on mosques and gather intelligence in ethnic communities, according to the AP.

Manhattan »

Norway Terror Attacks Prompt NYPD to Boost Consulate Security

The NYPD deployed additional security forces around official buildings in Manhattan Friday after a pair of deadly terror attacks in Norway.

Manhattan »

Men Accused of Synagogue Bomb Plot Plead Not Guilty

Ahmed Ferhani and Mohamed Mamdouh were indicted in connection to an alleged synagogue bomb plot.

Manhattan »

Three Manhattan Fire Companies Facing Budget Ax

A plan to close 20 fire companies citywide includes a pair in Lower Manhattan and one in Midtown.

Downtown »

TriBeCa Residents Fight to Save NYPD Horse Stable

The NYPD plans to replace the Varick Street stable with a World Trade Center command post.

Manhattan »

Most New Yorkers Say They Wouldn't Try to Fix a Ticket, Poll Finds

The majority of New Yorkers called ticket-fixing by police a serious crime, according to a new poll out Thursday.

Manhattan »

Pols Call for Bin Laden Bounty to Help 9/11 Families

Congressmen Anthony Weiner and Jerrold Nadler want the fund, worth up to $50 million, to go to 9/11 aid organizations.

Downtown »

Obama to Lay Wreath at Ground Zero Thursday

Support for the president is up after the death of Osama bin Laden, a new poll shows.

Manhattan »

Port Authority Bus Terminal, AirTrain Risk Terror Attacks, Says Report

Millions who travel via the Port Authority Bus Terminal and AirTrain are vulnerable to attacks, says a report.

Manhattan »

NYPD Conducts 'Dirty Bomb' Drills on East Side

Hundreds of NYPD officers participated in emergency response drills that simulated a terrorist attack on Tuesday.

Downtown »

Wall Street Banks Beef Up Security in Face of Al Qaeda Threats, Report Says

Security officials have reportedly been briefing Wall Street executives about a possible al Qaeda attack.

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