The Joint Terrorism Task Force arrested five Egyptian men in Newark, NJ for having "maps of the New York City subway system and video of New York landmarks," plus train schedules and $8,000 in cash. Hmm, that could be the mark of a tourist, but if the video of the landmarks doesn't have people wearing goofy Statue of Liberty headpieces or posing with the wax figures outside of Madame Tussaud's, then, yeah, that's pretty strange. ABC News reports that one of the suspects told the authorities the maps were for his new job as a street vendor, as well as the fact that he was the only person the apartment, but then authorities found a few other men in a search. This comes as the Daily News reveals the MTA keep files on people who are "stopped or questioned for filming or photographing bridges and tunnels." One source said most people let authorities see what they had filmed, saying, "Most of the time they show us the images right there because they are tourists."

Other alleged NYC terror targets: Brooklyn Bridge, Grand Central, and the Cyclone.