The majority of New Yorkers called ticket-fixing by police a serious crime, according to a new poll out Thursday.
Congressmen Anthony Weiner and Jerrold Nadler want the fund, worth up to $50 million, to go to 9/11 aid organizations.
Support for the president is up after the death of Osama bin Laden, a new poll shows.
Millions who travel via the Port Authority Bus Terminal and AirTrain are vulnerable to attacks, says a report.
Hundreds of NYPD officers participated in emergency response drills that simulated a terrorist attack on Tuesday.
Security officials have reportedly been briefing Wall Street executives about a possible al Qaeda attack.
Rep. Peter King said in an op-ed he is planning hearings on the “radicalization of the American Muslim community.”
The tunnels are being lined with inch-thick plates and will have flood-gates at either end, according to the Post.
A former Gitmo detainee who participated in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa was cleared of 284 charges.
Viktor Bout, a notorious arms trafficker, has been extradited to New York City to face terrorism charges.
Operation Atlas, which deploys heavily armed police officers to deter terrorists, can no longer hire overtime workers.
Pakistani neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui was sentenced to 86 years in prison on Thursday for attempted murder.
The Manhattan program, which has been criticized as ineffective, is the nation's only dirty bomb detection system.
The city began monitoring an additional 500 Midtown surveillance cameras Monday, bringing the total to 1,159.
Prosecutors say Mohammad Younis was one of several accomplices who helped funnel money to Faisal Shahzad.
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