The bookshop received 100 copies of Charlie Hebdo's latest edition on Tuesday morning.
The NYPD is shifting its resources following the attack on Charlie Hebdo.
Officer Kenneth Healey left Jamaica Hospital Wednesday afternoon.
Dozens of agencies rehearsed their emergency plans for a nuclear attack at a drill on Wednesday.
The city paused on Feb. 26, 2012 to remember the victims of the 1993 WTC attack.
Times Square vendor Duane Jackson, who helped prevent a terrorist car-bombing, is running for congress.
The Amazing Kreskin weighs in on 2012's fads and events.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg would have the final say to shoot down a terrorist plane, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly told the City Council Thursday.
Thousands came out Sunday for the 10th Annual Tunnel to Towers Run to honor Firefighter Stephen Siller, who died on 9/11.
The majority of New Yorkers called ticket-fixing by police a serious crime, according to a new poll out Thursday.
Support for the president is up after the death of Osama bin Laden, a new poll shows.
The chief medical examiner has warned that budget cuts would make identifying remains "very difficult."
Firefighter William Quick, 55, died from lung disease after spending months in the toxic dust at Ground Zero after 9/11.
Mayor Bloomberg said New Yorkers should be confident in the security for the Rockefeller Tree Lighting ceremony.
A former Gitmo detainee who participated in the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa was cleared of 284 charges.
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