A Bosnian immigrant accused of plotting to bomb New York's subway system as an "al Qaeda terrorist" has been found guilty on all counts, including conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction, conspiracy to commit murder and supporting a foreign terrorist organization.
Confessed subway bomb plotter Najibullah Zazi described in court on Wednesday how he and two co-conspirators searched for big impact targets in the United States, debating whether to strike at New York's Times Square, its subway system or an unspecified Walmart store.
iReporters Kathleen Fitzgerald and Lizzy Showman are students at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. As part of a class project, they were challenged to see if they could touch someone's life using their design skills. Both commute by bus, so they decided to thank the bus drivers of the M15 route by giving them specially designed seat cushions.
The father of the convicted would-be suicide bomber who planned to detonate explosives in New York City subways was sentenced Friday to four and half years in prison on charges that he obstructed a terrorism investigation and intentionally misled authorities.
The father of a convicted would-be suicide bomber in New York pleaded not guilty Wednesday to visa-fraud charges following previous convictions of obstructing a terrorist investigation and intentionally misleading police, according to attorneys.
My 9-year-old son was sitting on my lap and leafing through the newspaper as we ate breakfast. I was about to turn the page when he put his hand down and asked "What are those names?" On the page was a list of the names of the victims of September 11. "Why is the paper showing this?"
A former New York cab driver from Afghanistan was found guilty by a federal jury Friday of obstructing a terrorist investigation and intentionally misleading police probing his son's admitted plot to bomb the city's subway system, prosecutors said.
Move over cars, bicycles are occupying more space on U.S. city streets every day thanks to an ever-expanding network of bike lanes. Bikes aren't just for recreation. They're increasingly becoming a mode of transportation for commuters, but it's not always a smooth ride.
News item: New York City selects Nissan to design and build the "Taxi of Tomorrow." The Japanese automaker will supply a purpose-built version of the iconic yellow cab reimagined as a minivan starting in late 2013.
A man who admitted a plot to blow up New York City subway stations with bombs planted in backpacks told his uncle that chemicals and other apparent bomb-making elements were "to manufacture a fertility medicine," according to court papers.
I remember vividly when I got "the look." My hair was grimy and my clothes smelled from having been worn for three straight weeks. I buried my unshaven face into my jacket as I stepped onto the E train in New York, clinging to my green garbage bag of belongings.
Walmart will join the Department of Homeland Security in a program called "If You See Something, Say Something" which encourages the American public to take an active role in ensuring the safety and security of the nation, DHS said Monday.
Two suspects in an alleged plot to bomb New York's subway system pleaded not guilty Thursday to additional charges in the case, as prosecutors announced there would potentially be more arrests in the investigation.
A 13-year-old teenager with Asperger's syndrome spent 11 days in October wandering New York's vast subway system until a police officer recognized him from a missing persons' poster, according to police and the youth's mother.