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A fourth Brooklyn man is being charged in a supposed Islamic State recruitment plot.
Though they alerted the FBI about Tamerlan multiple times, it seems that Russian intelligence never shared the specifics of the conversations until after the bombings, despite repeated requests for additional information.
Contrary to what the NYPD originally claimed, the anti-Islamic propaganda film The Third Jihad was screened on a continuous loop for over 1,000 officers.
The story of a Staten Island man admitting he'd tried to join the Taliban in order to get off the no-fly list not enough just keeps getting better.
The feds say a 26-year-old U.S. citizen was plotting violent "jihad" against the U.S. by way of C-4-filled model airplanes.
The NY Times obtained this photograph of NJ terror suspect Mohamed
Mohamed Mahmood Alessa (left),Carlos Eduardo Almonte via WPIX More details are
The two NJ men who were arrested at JFK Airport and
Anwar al-Awlaki, the American-born cleric whose radical views have forced him
Debbie Almontaser A federal panel says the Department of Education discriminated
The four men, arrested back in May for plotting to blow
Yesterday, the city honored the 110 members of teams from the
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