FBI raids New Jersey building near where suspicious devices found
The FBI launched a raid at a building in Elizabeth, New Jersey Monday morning, local media reported, hours after investigators uncovered five suspicious devices — one of which exploded --
...Chelsea bombing suspect is identified
A 28-year-old man is being sought in connection with the bomb blast that injured 29 people in Chelsea on Saturday night, officials said. Ahmad Khan Rahami’s name was released as...
Obama stays silent on Chelsea explosion but talks election
President Obama’s motorcade passed through 23rd Street, the location of Saturday night’s bombing, and slept in Manhattan Sunday night — but he still hasn’t made any public remarks on the...
Families of 2007 Deutsche Bank blaze victims demand justice
The families of two FDNY firefighters who were killed in the Deutsche Bank blaze in 2007 are calling on the contractor responsible for demolishing the building to settle the two...
Investigators deem Chelsea blast mystery blog not credible
A Tumblr account that surfaced early Sunday taking credit for the Chelsea bombing and threatening further action has been deemed not credible, a law enforcement source told The Post. Police...
Photog who found second Chelsea bomb thought device was a science project
A Manhattan photographer was the first person to find the second explosive device in Chelsea on Saturday night — and almost didn’t report the contraption to cops because she thought...
NYPD beefs up security with UN General Assembly on horizon
An unprecedented number of NYPD cops are flooding the city’s streets after Saturday’s bombing and amid the UN General Assembly summit, where President Obama is set to speak Tuesday, officials...
Pit bull shot and killed after biting cop
A police officer shot and killed an aggressive dog when it bit the cop’s partner in Jamaica, Queens, sources said. The two cops were responding to a call at a home...
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